Health & Safety

Assessment of first aid situations Use of available equipment Recording incidents and actions Preventing cross infection Administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation First aid treatment for seizures, choking, wounding, bleeding and shock First aid treatment for minor injuries First aid treatment for anaphylactic

Classroom

Staffordshire

Accredited Certification

Assessment of first aid situations Use of available equipment Recording incidents and actions Preventing cross infection Administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation First aid treatment for seizures, choking, wounding, bleeding and shock First aid treatment for minor injuries First aid treatment for anaphylactic

Classroom

Staffordshire

Accredited Certification

The Abrasive Wheels course is aimed at people required to mount abrasive wheels an do so safely. Course Content: The need for legislation The regulations/schedule Definition of abrasive wheels Injuries Causes of breakages Types of wheels Speeds of wheels Speeds

Classroom

Yorkshire

Approved Certification

Course Overview (Benefits) The aim of this course is to cover safety aspects of maintaining and use of abrasive wheels. This course meets the statutory requirements of the Health & Safety Executive. The aim of this course is to: -

Classroom

North West

Approved Certification

Our abrasive wheels course is classroom based instruction for all operators, managers and supervisors, who as part of their working duties select, mount or use abrasive wheels as defined in the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998.

Classroom

United Kingdom

Accredited Certification

If you use abrasive wheels, you should be aware of the relevant Regulations which not only lay down safety rules concerning the wheels but also provide standards for those who mount, dress or otherwise maintain abrasive wheels. No person shall

Classroom

Greater Manchester

Accredited Certification

Introduction to abrasive wheels training Regulations and the legal responsibilities of both the employer and employee. Understanding your legal duty: PUWER (Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations) and Health & Safety at Work Act Hazards & Risks involved including

Classroom

United Kingdom

Accredited Certification

Introduction to abrasive wheels training Regulations and the legal responsibilities of both the employer and employee. Understanding your legal duty: PUWER (Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations) and Health & Safety at Work Act Hazards & Risks involved including

Classroom

United Kingdom

Accredited Certification

This half day course is designed to provide anyone whose work could expose them to asbestos with the required knowledge to avoid putting themselves or others at risk in line with the regulatory requirements laid out in the control of

Classroom

United Kingdom

Approved Certification

What is asbestos The health effects To provide delegates with an awareness of the risks associated with exposure to asbestos and how they should manage this Identification of asbestos Key legislation of duty to manage client and contractors responsibility An

Classroom

United Kingdom

Accredited Certification