The Fundamentals of Mobile Elevation and Push Around

July 22, 2021 0 Comments

IPAF Training does more than just save your business money. It saves lives! IPAF training helps keep your staff legal and you remain legal as well. IPAF itself doesn’t offer legal training but rather provides reference-based training from a large number of accredited training facilities around the world. Over 750 IPAF-approved training facilities provide training to staff in over 50 countries and regions on a full time basis.

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With the International Radio Telecommunication (IRT) and Internet Protocol (IP) Fidelity Assessment Program (IFAP) you will receive one day of training in the operational, technical and system aspects of all types of radios utilised by radio operators, both land and marine, in all kinds of environments. If you are one of the many operators currently employed with a company that has just begun operating a commercial radio system, or if you have been a commercial radio operator for any period of time, you may already be familiar with the requirements that IPAF Training places you under, which include having a working knowledge of the ITR system and its components, and a qualified current ITR system. It is important for all commercial radio operators to have an ITR system as under ITR rules, all call signs must be correctly placed and visible to the public, and all transmitters must be compliant with the IFAP.

All commercial radio systems these days utilise the Internet to communicate with each other and with their customer base. Mobile Mapping and Push Around are two very popular IPAQ business products that allow operators to “push” their communications systems to areas where they may not otherwise be accessible. Push Around is a web-based package that provide mobile elevating work platforms, mobile control panels, masts and cables, power and gensets, and remote site surveys. Mobile Mapping is an excellent way to keep tabs on the whereabouts of all your equipment, whilst pushing your lifts and equipment into certain areas where they may otherwise be impractical or unsafe.