When minds combine for the ultimate in safety training


Take a look at how our industry-leading experts have created a far-reaching training programme that ensures users will never compromise on safety.


HAKI exists to make life safer for people working in challenging environments all over the world. As such, they are uncompromising in delivering the safest training to ensure teams have the tools they need to be their most efficient and productive. This has led to a tailored training programme demonstrating the HAKI way, which sets the standard in safe access solutions. 


Who can benefit from the training?

Courses are open to anyone wanting to broaden their knowledge of the HAKI system, and can be run for scaffolders, designers, estimators and health & safety professionals looking to understand how to use HAKI systems safely and efficiently across a range of industries. Industries may include temporary buildings, energy, shipyards, construction, infrastructure and aircraft.


What courses are offered?

As well as bespoke training programmes tailored to specific requirements, the most popular courses are outlined below and span between 1 and 5 days:


  • 2-day SSPTS (CISRS)
  • HAKI Inspection CISRS  
  • HAKI Manufacturers inspection
  • HAKI Stairs  
  • HAKI Loading Bay  
  • HAKI Public Access Stair (PAS)  
  • HAKI 750 Roof  
  • HAKI Bridge System (HBS)  
  • HAKI Suspended  
  • HAKI Fast Access Rescue  
  • CISRS Operative Training Scheme (COTS)  

       -  An entry-level course for people who want to start as a scaffolder

  • CISRS BASE Card (Basic Access System Erector)  

       -  Perfect for builders and similar, who want to learn to erect their own HAKI structures.


We will also come to you if you require training or onsite assistance with your project, this can include site inspection by a HAKI technician.   


Why HAKI training?

Led by industry time served advanced scaffolders Lester Brown, Barry Taylor, Martin Egan and Tim Shaw based in our Coventry training facility that’s well-known as a centre for excellence, HAKI’s training programme brings together unrivalled technical expertise in an accessible and informative format.  


On completion of training, all delegates will:

  • Become familiar with HAKI, and its products along with its commitment to safety, through a mix of classroom theory and practical sessions.  
  • Understand how best to erect, operate, and dismantle HAKI systems safely and efficiently.  
  • Learn how to build tailored solutions for project-specific requirements in complex environments.  
  • Be resourced with ways to access experienced and knowledgeable technicians for on-site support, when required.
  • Receive industry-recognised certificates and card endorsements (for CISRS-accredited courses)


How does it start?

It’s essential that stringent health and safety requirements are met when HAKI systems are used, so courses start with an overview of the Health and Safety at Work Act, as well as other safety and mental health legislations and standards that give some context to the training. (HAKI is a member of the NASC and follows relevant Safety Guidance (SG) and Technical Guidelines (TG) for the Scaffold industry).


Once delegates understand the need for the equipment to be suitable, maintained and inspected, it’s on to the main event…


What’s the core of the training?

The HAKI way covers the 4S’s, which are essential to achieving maximum safety and efficiency in any environment:



An overview of products, their durability and when best to use them, as well as their compatibility with one-another.



Understanding that HAKI is more than just products; it’s also unrivalled technical expertise from technicians with combined industry experience of over 100 years.



Seeing why HAKI is renowned for increasing productivity on site and safety resulting in reduced labour times and quicker project delivery.  



Learning about responsible consumption and production. HAKI place an emphasis on         developing components with a long product life and designing products so they are easier to     recycle.          


What about enhanced training?

On request, the team can be on-hand to support and guide on more technical projects, through enhanced training. They can provide bespoke training on how to install and remove complex systems, as well as providing on-site assistance.


How else can HAKI support me?

HAKI can provide additional services such as:


  • On-site instruction, assessment solutions, recommendations, and inspections
  • Estimating software
  • Market-leading digital tools for planning and visualisation
  • Up-to-date user guides, videos and technical information


Because working with HAKI means far more than just high-performing equipment; it means working with people who really understand the scaffolding industry. Whatever the project, HAKI is committed to ensuring every user gets the full benefit of using HAKI products. 

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