A track mounted platform is a mobile elevating work platform which is not mounted on to a vehicle, it is it's own unit.
This type of mounted platform, runs on crawler tracks, which are capable of handling much more challenging terrains that traditional wheels on a truck mount.
These are also referred to as mounted platforms, track mounts, spider lifts, tracked booms and mobile elevating work platforms (MEWP).
A track mount is a MEWP fixed to a vehicle that comes with a set of caterpillar tracks, whereas with a truck mount, the MEWP is sat on a vehicle or truck with wheels.
In order to operate a track mounted platform, you will need to have category 1b IPAF training. We can provide training in just the area you require, or we can provide IPAF training for 2 subjects, which will qualify you to operate machines that fall into the 1a, 1b, 3a and 3b categories, such as a scissor lift or a mobile boom.
If you have previously been IPAF trained, we also provide refresher IPAF training.
AFI deliver industry leading training and are recognised as one of the leading IPAF training providers in the UK. We offer training through our AFI Training brand.