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IPAF Competent Assessed Persons (CAP)

Thorough examination is an Assessment of the overall safety of the MEWP which should detect faults or defects in sufficient time to allow remedial action to be taken. The IPAF Competent Assessed Persons (CAP) provides guidance for platform engineers on compliance with regulatory requirements and to offer documented evidence that individuals can be regarded as Competent persons to plan, manage or carry out thorough examinations of powered access equipment within the context of current legislations (including WAHR, LOLER and PUWER, the Provision and Use of Work Equipment regulations 1998)

This CAP Training Course Covers:
- Requirement and formulation of thorough examination schemes,  
- Performance of thorough examination records and defect reporting

Candidates are then put through group exercises and are assessed in four areas:
- Previous experience  
- Theory test  
- Practical test  
- Individual interviews of about 15 minutes each

Duration: 1 Day

If you have any concerns about whether you are eligible to undertake this course, please contact us.

Successful candidates are issued with a CAP Card, which certifies that they have been independently assessed having the knowledge and ability to plan, manage or carry out thorough examinations of platforms. The licence is Valid for 5 years.


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