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Brian Parker AFI Business Development Manager (Technical Support), Grad IOSH

Brian Parker AFI Business Development Manager (Technical Support) Grad IOSH

Health & Safety is a cornerstone of the AFI group of companies, and we are committed to promoting good Health & Safety practice to our customers and the wider market.

As part of this strong commitment to Health & Safety every quarter we run a webinar giving you helpful information on current topics of interest for those that use Powered Access.

Your webinar presenter is Brian Parker, our Business Development Manager, Technical Support. Brian has held senior health and safety roles within the working at height sector for nearly 20 years, including 11 years as a senior IPAF training instructor.

He is an IPAF Council member and a past Chairman and current member of IPAF's Training Committee, as well as sitting on the Strategic Forum Plant Safety Group MEWPs Committee.

Our latest webinar was:



Wilson Access - Route Planning and Safety Tips with Track Mounted MEWPs


Join Brian Parker for our next webinar where he will discuss safe driving and setting up of track mounts MEWPs, in the webinar he will cover successful route planning, considering ground conditions and safety when operating Track mounted MEWPs. He will also discuss how to safely operate these machines including looking at training, controls and factoring in rescue from height in an emergency. Included in this webinar will be a Q&A.

Tuesday 29th November 2016 at 10.30am NOW ENDED




Previous webinars:



MEWPs - back to basics


Join Brian Parker and learn about the various types and features of MEWPs that are available and review the safety systems that can be fitted to these machines. As part of this MEWPs back to basics webinar, Brian will also go through the training and certification required to manage and operate MEWPs and deliver guidance on how the safety systems and stability principles work when operating a MEWP at over 80ft

Tuesday 27th September 2016 at 10.30am NOW ENDED




Familiarisation Videos


Brian Parker will discuss the importance of familiarisation before the use of a MEWP and the legalities involved. He will also explain how clients and contractors can use the videos to mitigate the risk of not having a thorough MEWP familiarisation for their operators and how the Emergency Lowering excerpts from our award winning videos can be used prior to hire for rescue personnel.

Wednesday 20th 2016 at 10.30am NOW ENDED




MEWP Incident Prevention


In this webinar Brian Parker will discuss the importance of taking the correct safety measures when using MEWPs. He will also discuss the various and most common types of MEWP incidents including those that happen whilst wander leading.

Friday 27th May 2016 at 10.30am NOW ENDED




MEWP Ground Conditions and when to use Spreader Pads


In this webinar Brian Parker will discuss the importance of taking the correct safety measures when using MEWPs. He will also discuss the various and most common types of MEWP incidents including those that happen whilst wander leading.

Wednesday 2nd March 2016 at 10.30am NOW ENDED




Learn About Online Trading


In this webinar Brian Parker went through the steps to create your online account, the features of the web portal and the advantages of ordering online.’

Tuesday 24th November 2015 at 10.30am NOW ENDED




Tiers of Secondary Guarding


In this webinar Brian Parker will discussed the tiers of secondary guarding, including the variety of types and their limitations. The webinar will explain how to carefully select the most appropriate tier for the situation at hand.

Tuesday 29th September 2015 at 10.30am NOW ENDED




GIES6


In this webinar Brian Parker went through guidance document GIES6 published by the HSE. This document contains new guidance and doesn’t just apply to construction tasks, therefore it is vital that it is properly understood and implemented.

Wednesday 27th May 2015 at 10.30am NOW ENDED




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