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201202 - Abrasive Wheels Awareness

Purpose of the Course:

The Provision and use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER), 1998, in relation to Abrasive Wheels legislate that all machinery is suitably maintained and all employees, including those using materials and managing the operations of abrasive wheels, are fully informed and properly trained in their safe use. Abrasive wheels are used in many areas and can be highly dangerous if used by untrained personnel.

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201203 - Vehicle Banksman Operative

Purpose of the Course:

Banksman training ensures that companies meet their legal requirements and reduce the risk of expensive accidents when carrying out reversing manoeuvres. Every year a number of fatalities and serious injuries occur on company sites and this course trains to reverse vehicles safely.

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201204 - Work At Heights Awareness

Purpose of the Course:

Falls from heights are the biggest single cause of major injury. The Work at Height Regulations 2005 defines working at heights as work in any place in which a person could be injured if they fell from that place.

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201205 - Ladders and Steps Safe Usage

Purpose of the Course:

The use of ladders is common place in many working situations, yet account for 14 deaths per year. When used correctly, they will allow access to locations usually inaccessible but when used incorrectly, they can be the most unforgiving piece of workplace equipment.

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201206 - Personal Protective Equipment

Purpose of the course:

Health and Safety research indicates that failure to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), not using PPE correctly, or using incompatible PPE can result in fatalities, which can cost organisations and the community, billions of pounds each year, not to mention the cost in human lives. An understanding of the principle of PPE safety can reduce the risk of serious injury.

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