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Abrasive Wheels Training Course

This Abrasive Wheels Training Course provides a general introduction to safety in the use of abrasive wheels and their use with both hand held angle grinders and cutting off machines. By bringing a material into contact with it, an abrasive wheel can cut or grind the material. If the rules are followed its a safe job, however if you ignore the rules it can be an extremely dangerous job

This course is designed to instruct employees in the theory and practice of safe use of Abrasive Wheels to comply with the General Applications Regulations

Course Objectives

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

Abrasive Wheels Training - Cuttting disc
  • Identify abrasive wheels types
  • Understand the hazards and risks when using abrasive wheels
  • Select the appropriate wheel use
  • Inspect and recognise damaged wheels
  • Be able to mount an abrasive wheel

Course Content

Abrasive Wheeels training course for use with  hand held angle grinders and cutting off machines
  • 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
  • Functions of components, flanges, blotters etc
  • Differences between grinding and cutting operations
  • Safe mounting of the abrasive wheel

Learnsafe Safety Trainers

Learnsafe trainers are experts in the use of Abrasive Wheel machines and trained to the RoSPA Abrasive Wheels Instructors standard

Who Should Complete this course

Anyonw that uses hand held angle grinders and cutting off machines

Assessment

Assessment is by a theory and practical test submitted via video

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Certification

Learnsafe “Abrasive Wheels Certificate” is awarded to participants on successful completion of course.

Refresher Training & Certification Validity Period

Refresher Training is recommended at intervals not greater than 3 years.

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