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Other Health and Safety Courses

Here is a list of other training courses that we can provide for. For more information please contact us.

 

Radiodetection CAT & Genny; C Scope CAT & Transmitter; Kolectric; RD4000 Training

Who should attend:- Ground workers; Road Workers; Construction Operatives

What is the course aim?:- To Train personnel in the knowledge needed to carry out cable and service avoidance work in order to safeguard themselves and others.

Course Objectives:-

  • Brief History of the locating devises
  • Obtaining Plans and understand them
  • Testing the Equipment before use
  • Using the locators
  • The disadvantages of using certain modes
  • Using the Transmitter
  • Induction modes
  • Connection mode, including sondes and flexitrace
  • Metal detection mode
  • Identify Risks to themselves and others

Duration: 1/2 day with up to 10 candidates; 1 day with up to 20 candidates

Venue: Your own premises or training room to comfortably accommodate all the delegates with 240V power supply for theory. A suitable number of Cable Avoidance Tools, Genny`s or other machines

Cost: Upon Application

Course Reference:

Optional Follow-up courses: Manual Handling • First Aid • Other Plant & Machinery • Street Works – Signing and Lighting

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Electrofusion Course Training

Course Objectives

Introduction to common thermoplastics (PVC, PP, PE, PVDF); key processing techniques; joint preparation; defects and how to avoid them; process control, inspection and testing, health and safety; practical butt fusion and electrofusion welding in polypropylene or polyethylene.

  • to understand practical welding - butt fusion and electrofusion
  • to identify plastics materials
  • to implement procedure control and safe operation
  • to understand weld properties
  • to identify faults/defects and how to avoid them

Who Are the Courses for?

Individuals with limited or no experience of these manual welding processes wishing to learn skills; maintenance staff required to install plastic fabrications; welding engineers unfamiliar with these processes; engineering apprentices.

Duration / Format

1 Day

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Butt Fusion Course Training

Course Objectives

Basics of plastics welding; overview of welding equipment; the welding stack; horn design; tooling design; component design for welding; effect of materials; welding parameters; process control; fault finding; practical demonstration on equipment set-up and control.

  • to understand component and joint design for welding
  • to become familiar with all parts of the machine
  • to understand welding parameters
  • to identify faults and how to avoid them

A minimum number of attendees are required to run this course.

Who Are the Courses for?

Product designers, production engineers, machine operators, maintenance and technician staff

Duration / Format

1 Day

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Signing, Lighting and Guarding Training

Course Objectives

  • Understand the safety implications of carrying out street works, with particular reference to the protection of persons engaged on the works and avoidance of danger to the general public
  • Appreciate the need to maintain the free movement of vehicular and pedestrian traffic at the site of the works to comply with the restrictions imposed by the works and the adoption of safe working practices
  • Demonstrate the correct layout of appropriate signs, barriers, lamps, warning notices etc. in compliance with the relevant advisory documents
  • Recognise conditions that may necessitate the introduction of special
  • Measures such as the installation of portable traffic signals, traffic diversion, road closure etc.
  • Maintain the correct operation of portable traffic signals and reposition equipment as work proceeds.

Who Are the Courses for?

Designed for all personnel employed by local authorities, utilities and their contractors for the purpose of any road works in the highway.

Duration / Format

1 Day

Site Requirements

If this course is to be undertaken away from our training centre, adequate facilities in the form of a roadway with the unpredicted movement of both vehicles and pedestrians, together with the necessary signs, cones and barriers

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Winching Course Training

Course Objectives

  • This course enables the operator to understand the principles of winching, realise the possible hazards and health and safety and risk management and assess a suitable method of use to maintain personal, vehicle and contents safety, and gain experience in the use of a winch for moving an object from point A to B
  • Training is a legal requirement if you are using winches for business purposes.  The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) require employers to provide adequate training and to ensure that winches are only operated by employees who have received appropriate training in their safe use.  If you are self-employed, the regulations still apply.
    Related to these are the requirements of the  Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995

Who Are the Courses for?

All levels of staff involved in using winches with vehicles etc.

Duration / Format

1 Day

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Core Sampling Training

Course Objectives

  • To set a framework for Highway Authorities and Statutory Undertakers whilst carrying out coring activities; and
  • To enable individual or joint coring exercises to be carried out and to provide assurances of the integrity of the results obtained
  • To comply with all necessary legislation

Who Are the Courses for?

Workers engaged in groundwork and highway surveys and excavation

Duration / Format

1 Day