Active Access celebrates 10th anniversary
Company invests in new training facilities
This year marks an exciting milestone for long-standing IPAF member, Active Access, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in May.
Based in Scotland, Active Access has operated as an IPAF-approved training centre since 2004, and has successfully trained thousands of delegates to the high standards set by IPAF. The company has been awarded ISO 9001 for Quality Management and is currently in the process of obtaining ISO 14001 for Environmental Management.
To coincide with its anniversary celebrations, the company has invested in brand new training facilities at its current site in Hamilton, near Glasgow. The refurbishment has created an additional training room, office space and new reception area – adding a further 1,200 sq ft to the existing space.
Andrew McCusker, managing director of Active Access, said: “Ten years in business does mark a significant achievement, after the last few challenging years. Not only are we delighted to still be here, but we are delighted to be growing too! We really do have an excellent team with great individual talent and we look forward to the next 10 years, supported by further growth of our training division and our newly renovated facilities.”
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IPAF is the parent organization of North America's Aerial Work Platform Training (AWPT). Both are not-for-profit member organizations that promote the safe and effective use of powered access equipment. Find more information at www.ipaf.org.