Abrasive Wheel Training Course

Staff Training Courses

Basic Emergency First Aid Training

Max Number: 12 People

Duration: 4 Hours Approximately

Location: Clients Premises

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Occupational First Aid Course

Max Number: 12 People

Duration: 3-day course as per HSA guideline

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General Fire Safety Training Course

Max Number: 20 People

Duration: 3 Hours Approximately

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Fire Warden Training Course

Max Number: 15 People

Duration: 4 Hours Approximately

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Abrasive Wheel Training Course

Max Number: 10 People

Duration: 3.5 Hours Approximately

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Chemical Safety Training Course

Max Number: 10 People

Duration: 4 - 5 Hours Approximately

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Harness Training Course

Max Number: 10 People

Duration: 3 Hours Approximately

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Manual Handling Instructors Course

Max Number: 14 People

Duration: 5 Hours Approximately

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Manual Handling Training Course

Max Number: 14 People

Duration: 5 Hours Approximately

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Evacuation Chair Training

Max Number: 15 People

Duration: 3 Hours Approximately

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Forklift Handling Course

Max Number: 3 People

Duration: 3 Days

Location: Clients Premises

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Max Number: 10 People

Duration: 3.5 Hours Approximately

Location: Clients Premises

Course Aim

At the end of the course the delegates will be able to have an understanding of the current relevant legislation and be able to demonstrate their ability to fit an abrasive wheel and use the equipment safely.

Course outline:

  • Introduction
  • Health & Safety (concerning the use of abrasive wheels in the workplace)
  • The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005
  • The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (general applications) Regulations 1993
  • Safety in Industry (Abrasive Wheels) Regulations, 1982
  • Types of Blade covered
  • 41 Flat cutting
  • 42 Depressed centre cutting
  • 27 Depressed centre grinding
  • Bench Grinding
  • Explain what an Abrasive wheel is
  • How it is manufactured
  • How it works
  • The various applications
  • Importance of label information
  • Handling, transportation and storage
  • Inspection
  • Demonstrate correct mounting procedure (practical demonstration)
  • How to re-dress a bench grinding wheel
  • Delegates fit various types of blades
  • Examples of incorrect use
  • Examples of correct use
  • Question and answer session
  • Test Paper

We are Members Of

  • RECI
  • fesa
  • fiai
  • Institution of Fire Engineers
  • Safe Electric
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