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Description A requirement of proprietors is to ensure that one or more people are identified within each establishment to receive proper instruction on all aspects of safety in relation to Abrasive Wheels. This will include the mounting, dressing and adjustment of abrasive wheels which will enable these persons to be able to perform the necessary duties within a workshop. Program Course objectives: To ensure compliance with training regulations for Abrasive Wheels in the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998. Who the course is aimed at: Users of static and/or portable grinding wheels in the course of their work. Course content: ? Training and appointment of persons to mount abrasive wheels ? Slides - workshop accidents ? Composition, types and forms of grinding wheel ? Legislative requirements ? Types of accidents with abrasive wheels ? British Standards Marking System ? Wheel manufacture ? Methods of testing / inspection ? Wheel and spindle speeds ? Handling and transportation ? Storage ? Wheel Dressing / balancing ? Adjustment of the rest / guards ? Personal Protective Equipment ? Machine Inspections ? Protection devices and safety features ? Noise and vibration ? Practical assessments ? Written test paper Course tutor: Graham Healey Training method: Seminar, demonstrations, practical activity. A practical and written test on the day. Course outcome/qualification: PTC Certificate of Attendance. Pre-requisite knowledge/qualification: None. Recommended follow-up course: ? Portable Power Tool Safety.

Description A requirement of proprietors is to ensure that one or more people are identified within each establishment to receive proper instruction on all aspects of safety in relation to Abrasive Wheels. This will include the mounting, dressing and adjustment of abrasive wheels which will enable these persons to be able to perform the necessary duties within a workshop. Program Course...

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