KURSO organises professional training in the field of obtaining authorisations from the Office of Technical Inspection as operators and maintainers of stationary mobile platforms. During the course, we impart theoretical knowledge on the operation of the platform, its construction, safety rules and how to act in the event of a breakdown or accident. Practical classes prepare you to work safely with the equipment.
Purpose of the training
The aim of the course is to prepare candidates in the best possible way to obtain the qualifications needed to operate and maintain stationary mobile platforms.
- general information about the platforms,
- information on technical supervision,
- working at height,
- operation of safety devices,
- the procedure to follow in the event of an accident or mishap,
- working under exceptional conditions,
- principles of safe working practices when handling equipment,
- knowledge of technical documentation,
- capacity characteristics,
- knowledge of legislation and legal standards on the operation of equipment,
- the device's stability date,
- hazards at platforms,
- individual and collective protection measures,
- construction of stationary mobile platforms,
- responsibilities of the operator before, during and after work on the equipment,
- practical activities,
- hydraulic, electrical and pneumatic equipment.
What are stationary mobile platforms?
Stationary mobile platforms are categorised as material handling equipment. They are subject to technical inspection on the basis of the 2012 and 2018 ordinances and are ideal for logistics centres and warehouse facilities. They allow for efficient stock-taking of goods, installation and maintenance work or handling of warehouse racks. They differ from self-propelled or mobile platforms in that they do not have a wheeled chassis. They are set up permanently or for long periods in one place. To operate them, you need a licence issued by the Office of Technical Inspection, which can be obtained from a course we run.
Stationary mobile platforms are construction machines that are primarily used to transport people to workstations. These types of cranes are available in many sizes, making them a very practical and safe solution. They are used in assembly work in warehouses or on construction sites, where they allow workers to access installations or areas of buildings that are difficult to reach. This significantly improves the efficiency of the work carried out.
Characteristics of fixed platforms:
- due to its low weight and dimensions, it is easy to transport and use,
- can be used for indoor, but also outdoor work,
- The working height varies from model to model, but is usually several metres,
- have a basket that can usually accommodate 1 or 2 operators,
- are powered from the mains or using rechargeable batteries.
Types of entitlement
Those working on stationary mobile platforms can hold two types of authorisation:
- for maintenance, essential for maintenance jobs,
- for service, essential for driver and operator positions.
It is worth knowing that one person can have both types of authority.
The training consists of the following parts:
- theoretical classes,
- practical activities,
- examination, the course concludes with an examination before the UDT board.
We also provide training materials for self-study.
The Technical Inspection Authority exam is made up of a theoretical part and a practical part. You must bring proof of your identity, i.e. an identity card or passport, with you to the examination.
Terms of reference
After completing the course and successfully passing the examination, participants receive a qualification certificate issued by the UDT, entitling them to operate all stationary mobile platforms regardless of:
- drive mode,
- lifting heights,
Conditions of participation
- you must be an adult,
- have at least a primary school education,
- submit a medical certificate attesting to a state of health permitting work at a height of more than 3 metres.
Why trust us?
- we have been providing training for more than a dozen years,
- we have qualified teaching staff,
- We take care of the complete organisation of training, including UDT examinations,
- our training equipment meets all the requirements and standards imposed by the relevant regulations,
- we can pride ourselves on our high exam pass rate.
Venue and price
We conduct our courses at our training centres in Warsaw. However, if necessary, we can travel to any place in Poland.
The amount of the training fee depends on the number of participants or is set individually if the class is held on behalf of an entrepreneur.
We also run courses on the operation and maintenance of equipment such as:
- forklift trucks,
- HDS cranes,
- tower cranes,
- other mobile platforms,
To find out more about our offer, we invite you to contact us.
The most popular questions
What are stationary mobile platforms used for?
These are devices that find their way into applications such as installation, maintenance or inventory work. They make it possible to reach places at height that are more difficult to access.
Do you also have other courses on offer?
KURSO has a wide range of training offerings. We also provide training in the operation and maintenance of such equipment as other types of mobile platforms, tower cranes, HDS cranes, overhead cranes, forklifts, among others.
Will I be able to operate all types of stationary mobile platforms after the course?
Yes. Once you are certified to operate stationary mobile platforms, you can work on all this type of equipment, regardless of manufacturer, drive method, lifting height or capacity.
Where do you provide training?
We conduct our courses in Warsaw. But if necessary, we are able to train you anywhere in Poland.