This course is aimed at anyone who uses abrasive wheels, or employs people who use abrasive wheels as part of their work. It covers different types of abrasive wheel, safety in their use and how to identify the type of wheel.
Approved by IIRSM & CPD – Duration 100 mins* – £35.00
There are several definitions or classifications for abrasive wheels, but what most abrasive wheels have in common is that they use some sort of abrasive and some sort of bond which attaches that abrasive to a wheel.
Different abrasive wheels can be used with many different types of powered machinery from handheld to bench mounted or fixed.
Depending on the purpose there are many different types of abrasive and types of bond. Different wheels will all have different properties and characteristics suitable for particular tasks. They also have different weaknesses and compose different risks and hazards in handling and use.
For this reason it’s important that you always select the right abrasive wheel for the job and use it with the right machinery.
The safety issues surrounding the handling and use of abrasive wheels are all covered by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and fall under multiple different pieces of legislation, so proper training is essential to ensure the health and safety of everyone in the workplace.
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Why Video Training?
Presented by an expert in the field of Abrasive Wheels, our video training gives you everything you need to keep your business legal, your employees safe and your bottom line in the black. Interactive online training goes at precisely the pace required by each individual.
It provides an opportunity to go over the learning content as often as required so every employee gets the optimum learning experience that’ll be retained and applied to keep your business safe and compliant. At a fraction of the cost and fraction of management time than you’d expect, online Abrasive Wheels video training has the added bonus of a minimal loss of productivity because it’s really efficient and flexible.