Abrasive Wheels Instructor Training Courses | Chris Mee Group

Abrasive Wheels Instructor Training Course

abrasive wheels instructor training

Dublin Office: +353 1 517 5270
Cork Office: +353 21 497 8100

CMSE Training is a leading provider of Abrasive Wheel Instructor Training Course. We deliver both operators courses and instructor courses on a regular basis. This training is required under legislation, following the the serious injuries and fatalities resulting from the use of machines that were subjected to inappropriate use or incorrect mounting procedures.

The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 (Section 2 covers competency and demands training for all such activities) and The Safety in Industry Act 1882 (Schedule No. 30 (Abrasive Wheels) places an obligation on all employers where Abrasive Wheels are in use, to ensure that only trained, competent and appointed personnel mount the appropriate wheels in the machines.

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Scheduled Venues, Dates & Prices

Scheduled Course Venues and Dates:
Venue Date Price
Cork November 21st, 22nd €590 – Securely Book Online
Duration: 2 Days
Participants: Up to 8 participants
Assessment: Participants will be assessed by written exam, practical exercise and presentation skills
Accreditation: Full CMSE Training certification is awarded on successful completion of this course

Course Objectives

Course Objectives

On completion of this instructor course, candidates will be competent to deliver abrasive wheel training courses in accordance with abrasive wheel regulations.

Target Audience

The course is intended for those persons who are responsible for providing training in the workplace. Persons attending should have already completed an abrasive wheel training course and ideally have experience of working with abrasive wheels.

Course Contents

  • Legal regulations overview
  • Hazards and precautions including accidents
  • Range and types of wheels
  • Understanding codes and specifications (British Standard Marking System)
  • Storing, handling and transporting wheels
  • Methods of inspection and testing
  • Components and assembly
  • Wheel balance and dressing
  • Work rest adjustment
  • Safety and health regulations
  • Advisory literature
  • Train The Trainer
  • Presentation skills

Legislation

The Safety in Industry Act, Schedule No. 30 (Abrasive Wheels) 1982 places an obligation on all employers where Abrasive Wheels are in use, to ensure that only trained, competent and appointed personnel mount the appropriate wheels in the machines. This legislation was deemed necessary due to the serious injuries and fatalities resulting from the use of machines that were subjected to inappropriate use or incorrect mounting procedures.

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