Abrasive Wheels Training
Our abrasive wheels training course is conducted on your site or ours for a maximum of 10 trainees and lasts ½ a day (up to 3 hours).
This abrasive wheel training course has been designed and structured to comply with the requirements of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER 98).
It will leave your delegates with the knowledge they need to go on and become competent operatives in the use of abrasive wheels.
This training course can be conducted on any site that has suitable facilities e.g. table & chairs, power and somewhere to project on to. Our instructor will arrive at your site with a variety of different types of abrasive wheels and a small abrasive wheel machine for the practical element. This course is suitable for all types of abrasive wheels as this is a theoretical course rather than a practical one.
Extract from PUWER 98:
In relation to Abrasive Wheels PUWER 98 requires, among other things, that all machinery is suitable for its intended use and is properly maintained, and that employees including those using, mounting and managing the use of Abrasive Wheels, are fully informed and properly trained in their safe use.
Abrasive Wheels Training Course Content:
- The Need to Train and Statutory Requirements
- Characteristics of an Abrasive Wheel and the Types of Abrasive Wheels
- Marking of Abrasive Wheels and the British Standard Marking System
- Hazards and Precautions to be Taken
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Storage and Handling of Abrasive Wheels
- Inspection and Methods of Testing for Damage
- Abrasive Wheel Machine Components
- Specific Mounting Procedures
- Practical session on mounting an abrasive wheel
- PLEASE NOTE this course DOES NOT teach novices HOW to use an abrasive wheel rather the safety aspects of using different types of abrasive wheels
A huge thank you to Chris for the great job he did on the abrasive wheels course on Thursday! I was really impressed with the amount of detail he covered in such a short space of time and he really made it interesting. I was pleased that he covered details regarding the law and the HSE which is important for everyone in the company to know. The practical application at the end was excellent as he really tested everyone on their knowledge. It’s always important to ensure people not just listen to the details but actually understand why they are doing things a certain way so that part of the course was so crucial.
Chris also asked me to try my hand at the practical application which was extremely useful, if a little nerve wracking! It gave me a much better understanding of the importance of how the machines work and how best to keep everyone safe.
Rappa Fencing Ltd
I’ve received glowing feedback about your training – they said you were the best instructor they had ever had and that you managed to make it informative and engaging, whereas in the past it had always been boring.
A very beneficial course, more than just a tick in the box as it brought up a few things we weren’t aware of and weren’t currently checking 100%. Delivered by an instructor who knew his subject, delivered his content without waffle and not ‘death by power point’. Good practical/interactive demos to make the students think rather than just ‘stare’
Subsea Vision Ltd
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Our abrasive wheel training area includes
Abingdon, Aldershot, Alton, Andover, Alresford, Ash, Barnstaple, Basingstoke, Berkshire, Bognor Regis, Bordon, Botley, Bournemouth, Bramley, Bracknell, Brighton, Brockenhurst, Cadnam, Chichester, Crawley, Dorset, Dorchester, Eastleigh, Emsworth, Fareham, Farnborough, Fleet, Fordingbridge, Gosport, Guildford, Hampshire, Hastings, Havant, Hook, Lee on Solent, Liss, Lymington, Lyndhurst, New Milton, Newbury, Petersfield, Poole, Portsmouth, Reading, Ringwood, Romsey, Salisbury, Southsea, Southampton, Stockbridge, Surrey, Sussex, Tadley, Waterlooville, West Sussex, Weymouth, Wimbledon, Woking, Wiltshire, Wimbourne Minster, Winchester, Windsor, Wokingham, Worthing, Yateley, and across the uk