Abrasive Wheel Training

80.00

Now providing a combination of online and Zoom practical to achieve your certification to meet Irish legislation. Call for details.

Location.                 Midleton, Co Cork.  Click to View Map

Upcoming dates.      

March 30th         Completed

April 13th.           Completed

April 27th.           Completed

                                 Available on other dates for groups.

Enquire about this course: Call: 087 6792295 or Fill in an enquiry form (click Here)

Note: Group Discount Rates Available

We will travel and do in company and on site training

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Description

Abrasive Wheel Training Course.

All Safety Training offer operator training which is required under legislation.

This abrasive wheels training course is legally required for all those who are involved in the purchase & selection, storage & handling, mounting, dressing and use of abrasive wheels. This includes either fixed (e.g. Bench grinders or polishers) or portable (e.g. angle grinders) abrasive wheels.

This course is designed to instruct employees in the theory and practice of safe use of Abrasive Wheels to comply with the “Abrasive Wheels Regulations 1982” (SI 30 / 1982).

Certification.

All Safety Training ‘Abrasive wheel certificate’ is awarded to participants on successful completion of course.

Certification is valid for three years.

Abrasive Wheels Training Course Objectives

On completion of this training participants will be able to:-

  • Safely store and identify abrasive wheels
  • Be able to select the appropriate wheel use
  • Be able to inspect and recognise damaged wheels
  • Be able to mount an abrasive wheel
  • Understand the hazards and risks when using abrasive wheels

Abrasive Wheels Training Course Content

  • Abrasive wheels regulations
  • Identifying the hazards working with abrasive wheels
  • Selecting the correct wheel for the job
  • Inspection & testing of abrasive wheels
  • Guarding of grinding and cutting operations
  • Dressing and truing of abrasive wheels
  • Functions of components, flanges, blotters etc
  • Differences between grinding and cutting operations
  • Safe mounting of the abrasive wheel

Target Audience

The course is intended for fitters and operators who use abrasive wheels, as defined in legislation.

Assessment.

Assessment is by a theory and practical test.

Additional information

AWT Course Dates

March 31st, April 14th. Time 6.00 to 8.00 pm, April 28th. Time 6.00 to 8.00 pm