Mobile Elevating Work Platform Refresher - Theory, Scissor Lift & Self Propelled Boom

Key Information

Duration: 2 Hours

Maximum Attendees: 4

Training available nationwide at one of our centres

Price (excl GST)

$310 Per Person

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Refresh your understanding of the legal obligations, pre-check requirements and skills needed to safely operate a Mobile Elevating Work Platform.
Open courses at a Safety 'n Action venue refresh unit standards: 23966, 23960 and 23962.
Students must have units reported previously on their NZQA Record of Achievement to be refreshed on this training course

This refresher course ensures you stay current with the relevant guidelines, regulations and Codes of Practice to safely assess and operate a Scissor Lift and Self Propelled Boom. It also includes a series of practical exercises to reinforce your knowledge of hazards, risk management and operational skills.

Refresher Information:
To remain compliant with Health and Safety legislation and industry 'good practice' guidelines, students are generally required to refresh their training every three years. When booking a refresher course, Safety ’n Action will require evidence of the student's NZQA record of achievement displaying the relevant unit standard/s to the course they are attending.On successful completion of the course the students Go Safe card will be updated and reissued with a new refresher date. (Please note no unit standards will be uploaded to NZQA).
If students are unable to provide us with this information, they will need to attend a full course to gain the unit standard/s. Alternatively, if the student has completed prior training and does not hold the applicable NZQA unit standard/s, on request we can provide the student with an attendance certificate only.

Theory and machine combinations refreshed on this course:

• Theory: 23966
• Scissor Lift : 23960
• Self-Propelled Boom : 23962

Key Learning Outcomes:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of types of MEWP’s
  2. Their suitability for purpose
  3. Safety features
  4. Legislative requirements in relation to code of practice and the use of MEWP’s
  5. Assess the worksite and prepare to use the relevant MEWP
  6. How to identify and report faults and damage for the MEWP
  7. How to shut down the MEWP
  8. Practical reinforcement of the knowledge and skills obtained during the training


  1. If you did not complete your original training with Safety ‘n Action then we may require evidence of competency