Abrasive Wheels

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Our half-day Abrasive Wheels course is designed to give understanding and skills when employees have to work with abrasive wheels. Under the Safety, Health & Welfare at work act, an abrasive wheels training has to be completed when you are using, mounting or changing abrasive wheels in your job.

  • Who should attend?
  • Course Objectives
  • Course Programme
  • Methods of training
  • Assessment and certification

Anyone who wants to be trained and certified in the safe handling and changing of an abrasive wheel. this course covers you to be listed in your safety statement as trained.

On completion of this programme, participants will be able to:

  • State their legal rights and responsibilities
  • Select correct discs and wheel
  • Mount discs and wheels safely
  • Identify hazards associated with an abrasive wheel
  • Dress and true abrasive wheels
  1. Abrasive wheels training introduction
  2. Construction site safety awareness
  3. Health and safety legislation
  4. Abrasive wheel selection
  5. Wheel storage
  6. Wheel types and markings
  7. Abrasive wheel selection – testing and mounting of a new wheel
  8. Cleaning, inspection, labeling, and recording
  9. Abrasive wheels
  10. Theoretical examination

The course is highly interactive with each theory session being followed by a demonstration, practical tasks and assessment of individual skills.

Continuous assessment throughout the course. Students receive a PSTC Certificate on completion. The certificate is valid for 3 years.

Onsite Course