Abrasive Wheels Training

Why Do The Abrasive Wheels Training Course?
The abrasive wheels training course is a legal requirement under the Health and Safety At Work Act 2005, Schedule 14, regulation 213. This law states that anyone involved in the purchase & selection, storage & handling, mounting, dressing and use of abrasive wheels must be trained. This includes either fixed (e.g. Bench grinders or polishers) or portable (e.g. angle grinders).

The main aim of the course is to make people aware of the risks involved with abrasive wheels and to provide the skills and knowledge to use abrasive wheels as safely as possible

Course Outline
Abrasive wheels Legislation
Identifying the hazards working with abrasive wheels
Selecting the correct wheel for the job
Inspection & testing of abrasive wheels
Guarding of grinding and cutting operations
Dressing and truing of abrasive wheels
Functions of components, flanges, blotters etc
Differences between grinding and cutting operations
Safe mounting of the abrasive wheel

Learning Outcomes
By the end of this course employees will have an understanding of all the above content and will be granted a 3 year certificate from Trojan Safety Training stating attendance and competence of the course.

Certification
Get in touch with us via email or call us on 0857340657 to get a quote or arrange a Abrasive Wheels Training course.

Our Abrasive Wheels training course can be delivered at flexible times to either individuals or groups at a location that suits you. We offer same day certification and deliver our trainings throughout Dublin and Ireland.

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