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The Abrasive Wheels training course is a classroom-based course that teaches you how to use an Abrasive wheel. It also shows you how to inspect different abrasive wheel types.
Firstly, this course is designed for anyone that uses Abrasive wheels in their workplace. This could include machine operators, supervisors and managers of the operators.
Secondly, on this Abrasive Wheels training course, you will learn the steps you need to take to safely and legally use Abrasive wheels.
All in all, the knowledge gained from this training will help you to reduce accidents and work within the legislation.
By attending this course, you are meeting the legal requirements of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER 98). PUWER 98 requires that equipment provided for work should only be used by people who have received adequate information, instruction and training.
Anyone who operates cutting or grinding wheels should have some form of training. If you are not aware of the correct precautions and procedures of using Abrasive wheels, you will be putting yourself in danger of an accident.
Overall, the training will make you compliant and competent.
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For the full information on what’s covered in theis training, keep reading.
This course can be completed in the classroom.
We can arrange the Abrasive Wheels course as an in-house course specifically for your company at one of our training venues or a venue of your choosing.
This 3B accredited Abrasive Wheels course is half a day and is delivered in a classroom.
If you have a large group of operatives who need the training, we can tailor the course to be relevant to your company. The social format will help to encourage conversation about your company’s internal processes.
We quote all of our in-house courses on a case-by-case basis. The price will vary depending on location, equipment needed and delegate numbers.
For a quote, complete the in-house enquiry form on this page, and one of our friendly team will be in touch.
This course is also available to complete online via eLearning.
The eLearning course is an ideal alternative for those who don’t have time to attend a set course date, and prefer to complete the course independently.
This delivery format is also a good option for anyone who finds learning difficult in the classroom.
For more information, visit our Abrasive Wheels eLearning course page.
The trainer will cover the following topics throughtout the course:
Abrasive Wheels Course Objectives
By the end of the course, you will have a better understanding of the legal requirements of how to safely use an abrasive wheel. You will also be able to pinpoint possible hazards and prevent them, select the correct PPE and safety equipment and check it appropriately.
What is Required to Pass this Abrasive Wheels Course?
The trainer will assess you throughout the course on your level of participation and understanding. Then you will complete a 20 question multiple-choice assessment paper at the end of the course. Successful delegates should leave with the ability to use the equipment safely and productively.
Excellent presentation and training course.
An Abrasive Wheel is a wheel consisting of abrasive particles bonded together with various substances.
Abrasive Wheels training trains you on how to use an Abrasive wheel and shows you how to inspect different abrasive wheel types.
PUWER 98 is the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998.
It places duties on people and companies who own, operate or have control over work equipment.
Yes, companies who are CITB registered can claim for each delegate who successfully pass this course.
You can find the list of short courses and the grant amounts you can claim here: CITB Grant Value for Short Courses
This Abrasive Wheels course is accredited by 3B Training and the certificate is valid for three years.
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