IPAF to exhibit at Korean Safety Expo

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IPAF will be exhibiting at the upcoming K-Con Safety Expo 2023 on 13-15 September, on stand B-54. Roberto Kim, IPAF’s Korean Representative and Raymond Wat, South East Asia Regional Manager, will be speaking to visitors about IPAF's new eLearning training courses available in South East Asia. The theory section of the MEWP Operator course is now available via eLearning in Korean and Chinese as well as in existing European languages.

Roberto Kim, comments: “The launch of the MEWP Operator eLearning training is a huge development within the region, and I hope that it will attract more powered access operators to complete the course. IPAF has two approved training centres in South Korea: Korea Rental Corporation and Korea Crane Association. In partnership with these companies we hope to see an increase in IPAF training and awareness of IPAF’s safety guidance and materials.”

Raymond Wat adds: “This year we have increased the number of resources available for powered access operators in Korean, including the series of Andy Access short safety videos, posters and Toolbox Talks, available on the IPAF website. I look forward to meeting new contacts and operators at the K-Con Safety Expo.”

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