IOSH Machinery Safety is a two day training course. This course is designed to provide attendees with the legal and practical knowledge & skills for safe installation, as well as the maintenance of equipment & machinery in their workplace.
You will be able to identify the hazards associated with working with machinery. The course will provide you with the practical measures to reduce your risks.
CMSE is a leading training and consulting provider of Machinery Safety services. Our specialists provide practical machinery advice. As well as training to support your particular needs. Our instructors work to current legal requirements. They also benchmark against industry best practice.
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|IOSH Machinery Safety - Online - Webinar, 9th & 16th September|
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Duration: 2 Days
Participants: Up to 10
Assessment: Written assessment
Accreditation:Full IOSH Certification
– Full name, contact number and email address of learner
– Photo I.D. on day of Assessment
– Full attendance and successful completion of assessments required to achieve IOSH Certification
– Good internet, camera, audio and microphone capabilities on devices required
– Camera to be turned on for training course
We recommend use of Google Chrome™ 5.0 or newer web browser
Please test login access login details prior to commencement of the course. Chris Mee Group will be unable to provide technical support on the day of the course. We ask all attendees to arrive to the webinar at least 10 minutes before the course begins. Late joiners to the course will not be allowed access.
The Aim of this program is to allow people to gain knowledge of legal requirements. With regards to workplace machinery safety and measures that can be taken to access and reduce the risks in machinery use.
This course is intended for those who will be involved in the use, maintenance or management of workplace machinery. The course is suitable for health & safety representatives and managers. As well as engineers, end users and any other staff responsible for machinery or work equipment safety.
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