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IPAF is a not-for-profit members’ organisation that promotes the safe and effective use of powered access equipment worldwide.
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IPAF Aug 3
Attach your lanyard! Always attach the lanyard in boom type machines. Download this poster and other MEWP/MCWP key topic posters for use in your daily operations and promote the safe use of powered access equipment
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IPAF Jul 27
Always use the right for the job! Download this poster and other MEWP/MCWP key topic posters for use in your daily operations and promote the safe use of powered access.
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IPAF Jul 20
Do not jump out of the platform! Always use the correct exit gate and step out using three points of contact. Download this poster and other key topic posters for use in your daily operations.
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IPAF Jul 15
If you missed today's webinar on the future of safe learning, or just want to watch it again, it's now available on the IPAF website. Thanks to guest presenters Kate Pasterfield and Darren Verschuren .
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IPAF Jul 13
What is the future of safe learning? Join IPAF and guest presenters Kate Pasterfield of and Darren Verschuren of for a free this Wednesday at 12pm. Details and to register
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IPAF Jul 13
Do you have a rescue plan? Always plan for a safe rescue. Download this poster and other MEWP & MCWP key topic posters for use in your daily operations and promote the safe use of powered access.
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IPAF Jul 6
Be street smart! Create a safe working zone and manage vehicle and pedestrian traffic when using . Download this poster and many more posters at
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IPAF Jul 3
PAL Card expiring? Take your MEWP operator theory course online. Contact your nearest approved training centre today. Find out more at
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IPAF Jul 1
Next (15 Jul) explores the future of safe learning, with guest presenters Kate Pasterfield of a digital learning agency, and Darren Verschuren of , a tech company developing VR training solutions. Details and to register
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IPAF Jul 1
IPAF adds facial recognition to online operator theory module
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IPAF Jun 29
Unsafe ground? Always check ground conditions! Download this poster and other key topic posters for use in your daily operations and promote the safe use of powered access.
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IPAF Jun 26
Start your journey online now to qualify as an IPAF trained operator of mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs). Find out more at
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IPAF Jun 25
We're recruiting! Could you be our next Head of Technical & Safety and raise safety standards in the powered access industry worldwide or have the skills to be Head of Finance? Applications for both roles close 10 July. More information at
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IPAF Jun 24
Upskill online now! Take IPAF’s for Managers eLearning course for those who plan, supervise or manage work at height with Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs). for more information.
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IPAF Jun 22
Caution with guardrails – be careful not to trap your fingers when lowering or raising guardrails. Download this poster and other key topic posters for use in your daily operations and promote the safe use of powered access.
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IPAF Jun 19
Take the first step in getting your PAL Card by completing the IPAF MEWP eLearning course today. Works on most devices. Find out more at
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IPAF Jun 17
Upskill online now! Take IPAF’s for Managers eLearning course for those who plan, supervise or manage work at height with Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs). Visit to find out more.
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IPAF Jun 15
Beware of falling objects, organise a drop zone clear of the MEWP base. Download this poster and other key topic posters for use in your daily operations and promote the safe use of powered access.
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IPAF Jun 12
IPAF's eLearning provides a flexible and enhanced online learning experience for the MEWPs. Providing the same high-quality theory training as in the classroom, it can be completed on a range of devices anytime, anywhere, at your own pace. Find out more at
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IPAF Jun 11
June 1, 2020, ANSI/SAIA A92.22 and A92.24 officially went into effect after a long delay. MEWP supervisor training is essential to understand the regulations affecting MEWP operations and safe-use. For more information on IPAF MEWP Supervisor training: .
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