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Abrasive Wheels - Safe Use of Petrol Driven Cut-off Saws

Key Details

  • Available at:
    Llangefni
  • Study Mode:
    Part-time
  • Course Length:

    1 day

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Abrasive Wheels - Safe Use of Petrol Driven Cut-off Saws

Short Course

Please call Busnes@LlandrilloMenai today on 08445 460 460 or email busnes@gllm.ac.uk

Course Description

This course will cover all aspects of Abrasive Wheels and how to use a petrol driven cut off saw safely. It will include everything from selecting and fitting PPE, operating the machinery and refueling, through to inspection and the safe transportation of the cut off saw.

Successful completion of the course will certify operatives for Abrasive Wheels and Use of the petrol driven cut-off saw.

Course topics include:

  • Relevant regulations
  • Different types of Abrasive Wheels, discs and their functions
  • Approved methods of inspecting and storing equipment
  • Understand the dangers that dust, noise and vibration poses to their health
  • Understand reactive forces and the causes of kick back

Demonstrate the correct technique for cutting stone/brick/concrete and metal on the ground.

Course dates:

£135

Entry Criteria

  • None

Delivery

  • The training is a blend of theoretical and practical hands-on study.

Assessment

  • An initial assessment will be followed by an examination paper at the end of the course.
  • Practical outcomes via completion of two compulsory cuts and core exercise.

Progression

  • Successful completion of the course will enable operatives to use a petrol driven cut off saw safely.

Other details

Course type: Short Course

Level: N/A

Programme Area:

  • Construction and the Built Environment

Bilingual:

This programme is available bilingually at the following campus(es):

  • Llangefni

Construction and the Built Environment

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