First Class Safety

ITSSAR Abrasive Wheels and Hand Grinders

Course Aim

The aim of the ITSSAR Abrasive Wheels Course is to provide participants with the knowledge, skills, and understanding necessary to safely and effectively work with abrasive wheels in various industrial and commercial settings.

Course Summary

Our ITSSAR Abrasive Wheels Course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely use abrasive wheels in the workplace. ITSSAR stands for Independent Training Standards Scheme and Register, which is a leading accrediting body for workplace training courses.

Course Description

Our ITSSAR Abrasive Wheels and Hand Grinders training course is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely use abrasive wheels and hand grinders in the workplace. Abrasive wheels are commonly used in various industries for cutting, grinding, and finishing operations, and improper use can pose significant safety risks.
The key components covered in our course include:

1. The Importance of Abrasive Wheel Training
2. Types of Abrasive Wheels
3. Abrasive Wheels Risks
4. Abrasive Wheels Accidents
5. The Law and Regulations
6. Safe Practices
7. Guidance on Hazards
8. Safety Procedure for Mounting Wheels
9. Safety Rules
10. Operator Pre-Use Inspection
11. Examination, Storage and Handling
12. Machine Operation 

Location

First Class Safety Health and Safety Training Academy, Swift House, Cosford Lane, Swift Valley Industrial Estate, Rugby, CV21 1QN Or Customer’s Premises

Duration

Half a day

Who should attend?

This course is suitable for anyone who needs to work with abrasive wheels or oversee their use in the workplace. It provides essential knowledge and skills to ensure the safe handling, operation, and maintenance of abrasive wheel equipment, regardless of the specific industry or sector.

Certification

Delegates will be awarded a certificate of attendance on successful completion of assessment.

It is recommended that this be refreshed after 3 years.