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  • Portable Power Tools // Safetymen
    Banksman Crane Safety Awareness on Construction Sites Crane Slinger Signaller Forklift Trucks Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Lorry Loader Hiab Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Ride on Vibrating Rollers Tool Operators Training Abrasive Wheels Cartridge Tools CAT and Genny Locators and Transmitters Chainsaws Petrol Electric Masonry Saw Bench Paslode Nailers Portable Appliance Testing Portable Power Tools Woodworking Equipment Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 1 Day Basic Scaffold Inspection 2 Days Harness and Lanyards IPAF MEWPs for Managers IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Ladders and Stepladders PASMA Mobile Access Towers PASMA Combined Tower and Low Level Access PASMA Low Level Access Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next Tool Operators Training Portable Power Tools Portable Power Tools Training Introduction The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 PUWER r9 1 requires that users of Work Equipment be adequately trained for the purposes of health and safety This also applies to persons who manage or supervise people at work PUWER r9 2 The aim of this course is to train people in the skills and knowledge needed to achieve the standards of competency required to carry out pre use inspection and safe and correct use of Portable Power Tools in the workplace Course Objectives On completion of this course the trainee will be able to identify defects which is the purpose of the inspection to discover and to have a basic understanding of the safe and correct use of Portable Power Tools at work This course will also cover the basic requirements of the Personal Protective Equipment Regulations 1992 PPE Regulations The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 COSHH Regulations The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 and the Control of

    Original URL path: http://www.safetymen.co.uk/training-courses/tool-operations-training/portable-power-tools/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Woodworking Equipment // Safetymen
    Training Brushcutters Strimmers Chainsaws Petrol Electric Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Mowers Wood Chippers Shredders Operative Plant Operators Training Banksman Crane Safety Awareness on Construction Sites Crane Slinger Signaller Forklift Trucks Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Lorry Loader Hiab Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Ride on Vibrating Rollers Tool Operators Training Abrasive Wheels Cartridge Tools CAT and Genny Locators and Transmitters Chainsaws Petrol Electric Masonry Saw Bench Paslode Nailers Portable Appliance Testing Portable Power Tools Woodworking Equipment Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 1 Day Basic Scaffold Inspection 2 Days Harness and Lanyards IPAF MEWPs for Managers IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Ladders and Stepladders PASMA Mobile Access Towers PASMA Combined Tower and Low Level Access PASMA Low Level Access Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next Tool Operators Training Woodworking Equipment Safe Use of Woodworking Machine Training Introduction The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 PUWER covers the use of work equipment in the workplace The aim of this course is to train people in the skills and knowledge needed to achieve the standards of competency required to carry out the pre use inspection and safe and correct use of the most popular types of woodworking machines in the workplace Course Objectives On completion of this course the trainee will be able to identify defects which is the purpose of the inspection to discover and to have a basic understanding of the safe and correct use of woodworking machines This course will also cover the basic requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations Personal Protective Equipment Regulations PPE Regulations The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations COSHH Regulations The Control of Noise at Work Regulations and

    Original URL path: http://www.safetymen.co.uk/training-courses/tool-operations-training/woodworking-equipment/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Basic Scaffold Inspection, 1 Day // Safetymen
    Appliance Testing Temporary Works Co ordinator Training Temporary Works Supervisor Training Workplace Risk Assessment Training Horticultural Equipment Training Brushcutters Strimmers Chainsaws Petrol Electric Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Mowers Wood Chippers Shredders Operative Plant Operators Training Banksman Crane Safety Awareness on Construction Sites Crane Slinger Signaller Forklift Trucks Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Lorry Loader Hiab Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Ride on Vibrating Rollers Tool Operators Training Abrasive Wheels Cartridge Tools CAT and Genny Locators and Transmitters Chainsaws Petrol Electric Masonry Saw Bench Paslode Nailers Portable Appliance Testing Portable Power Tools Woodworking Equipment Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 1 Day Basic Scaffold Inspection 2 Days Harness and Lanyards IPAF MEWPs for Managers IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Ladders and Stepladders PASMA Mobile Access Towers PASMA Combined Tower and Low Level Access PASMA Low Level Access Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 1 Day Basic Scaffolding Inspection Training Course Duration One Day Introduction The Work at Height Regulations 2005 requires the inspection of certain work equipment and places of work at height r12 and 13 and Schedule 7 It also requires that every employer shall ensure that no person engages in any activity including organisation planning and supervision in relation to working at height or work equipment for use in such work unless they are competent to do so or if being trained is supervised by a competent person This one day Basic Scaffolding Inspection and Appreciation Course will give delegates a broad based training in the basic skills techniques and record keeping of scaffolding inspections Who the course is aimed at Managers Supervisors and Operatives who are responsible for inspecting

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  • Basic Scaffold Inspection, 2 Days // Safetymen
    Vibration Portable Appliance Testing Temporary Works Co ordinator Training Temporary Works Supervisor Training Workplace Risk Assessment Training Horticultural Equipment Training Brushcutters Strimmers Chainsaws Petrol Electric Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Mowers Wood Chippers Shredders Operative Plant Operators Training Banksman Crane Safety Awareness on Construction Sites Crane Slinger Signaller Forklift Trucks Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Lorry Loader Hiab Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Ride on Vibrating Rollers Tool Operators Training Abrasive Wheels Cartridge Tools CAT and Genny Locators and Transmitters Chainsaws Petrol Electric Masonry Saw Bench Paslode Nailers Portable Appliance Testing Portable Power Tools Woodworking Equipment Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 1 Day Basic Scaffold Inspection 2 Days Harness and Lanyards IPAF MEWPs for Managers IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Ladders and Stepladders PASMA Mobile Access Towers PASMA Combined Tower and Low Level Access PASMA Low Level Access Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 2 Days Scaffolding Inspection Training Course Duration Two Days Introduction The Work at Height Regulations 2005 requires the inspection of certain work equipment and places of work at height r12 and 13 and Schedule 7 It also requires that every employer shall ensure that no person engages in any activity including organisation planning and supervision in relation to working at height or work equipment for use in such work unless they are competent to do so or if being trained is supervised by a competent person This two day Scaffold Inspection Course will give delegates such knowledge so as to enable them to understand how to inspect scaffolding structures in accordance with statutory Regulations Who the course is aimed at Managers Supervisors and Operatives who are responsible

    Original URL path: http://www.safetymen.co.uk/training-courses/working-at-height-training/basic-scaffold-inspection-2-days/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Harness and Lanyards // Safetymen
    Co ordinator Training Temporary Works Supervisor Training Workplace Risk Assessment Training Horticultural Equipment Training Brushcutters Strimmers Chainsaws Petrol Electric Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Mowers Wood Chippers Shredders Operative Plant Operators Training Banksman Crane Safety Awareness on Construction Sites Crane Slinger Signaller Forklift Trucks Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Lorry Loader Hiab Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Ride on Vibrating Rollers Tool Operators Training Abrasive Wheels Cartridge Tools CAT and Genny Locators and Transmitters Chainsaws Petrol Electric Masonry Saw Bench Paslode Nailers Portable Appliance Testing Portable Power Tools Woodworking Equipment Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 1 Day Basic Scaffold Inspection 2 Days Harness and Lanyards IPAF MEWPs for Managers IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Ladders and Stepladders PASMA Mobile Access Towers PASMA Combined Tower and Low Level Access PASMA Low Level Access Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next Working at Height Training Harness and Lanyards Safe Use and Inspection of Harness and Fall Arrest Restraint Equipment Training Introduction The Work at Height Regulations 2005 r5 states that only competent persons are permitted to use work at height equipment The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1992 PUWER updated in 1998 now covers the use of work equipment in the workplace The PPE Regulations 1992 r9 also states that PPE training must be provided if required The aim of this course is to train people in the skills and knowledge needed to achieve the standards of competency required to carry out the pre use inspection and safe and correct use of Harness and Lanyards in the workplace Course Objectives On completion of this course the trainee will be able to identify defects which is the purpose of the

    Original URL path: http://www.safetymen.co.uk/training-courses/working-at-height-training/harness-and-lanyards/ (2016-02-12)
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  • IPAF MEWPs for Managers // Safetymen
    Testing Portable Power Tools Woodworking Equipment Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 1 Day Basic Scaffold Inspection 2 Days Harness and Lanyards IPAF MEWPs for Managers IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Ladders and Stepladders PASMA Mobile Access Towers PASMA Combined Tower and Low Level Access PASMA Low Level Access Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next Working at Height Training IPAF MEWPs for Managers IPAF MEWPs for Managers MEWP s Managers Quiz What is an HSE acceptable Rescue Plan who produces it and where should it be recorded Who must decide when inclement weather should halt work at height What Familiarisation is a is it a legal requirement and who should give it Who sets maximum safe wind speed limits Are you the manager responsible for checking the inspection and or servicing and or through Examination on a MEWP None any or all three What does WAH say about the planning and supervision of work at height from MEWP s What is the importance of Point Pressure and Distributed Load data Is the use of a harness and lanyard mandatory and under which Regulation Is BS 8460 applicable to your MEWP operations What proof have you of your competence to plan or supervise MEWP operations PUWER 9 2 If you have the right answers to all these questions you probably don t need to come on the course MEWP s for Management Course With the introduction of the Work at Height Regulations 2005 we know that the HSE has been concentrating on reducing the biggest cause of death and injury in the workplace falls from height by a rigorous site inspection campaign All Mobile Elevating Work Platform MEWP operators are having to undergo

    Original URL path: http://www.safetymen.co.uk/training-courses/working-at-height-training/mewps-for-managers/ (2016-02-12)
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  • IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training // Safetymen
    Plant Operators Training Banksman Crane Safety Awareness on Construction Sites Crane Slinger Signaller Forklift Trucks Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Lorry Loader Hiab Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Ride on Vibrating Rollers Tool Operators Training Abrasive Wheels Cartridge Tools CAT and Genny Locators and Transmitters Chainsaws Petrol Electric Masonry Saw Bench Paslode Nailers Portable Appliance Testing Portable Power Tools Woodworking Equipment Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 1 Day Basic Scaffold Inspection 2 Days Harness and Lanyards IPAF MEWPs for Managers IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Ladders and Stepladders PASMA Mobile Access Towers PASMA Combined Tower and Low Level Access PASMA Low Level Access Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next Working at Height Training IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Programme Introduction The Work at Height Regulations 2005 require that every employer shall ensure that no person engages in any activity including organisation planning and supervision in relation to work at height or work equipment for use in such work unless he is competent to do so or if being trained is being supervised by a competent person The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 require that user of work equipment receive adequate training The aim of this course is to instruct an operator to prepare and safely operate various types of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms MEWPs and to obtain a IPAF MEWPs Operators Licence Course Objectives On completion of this course the trainee will be aware of the relevant health and safety regulations be aware of accident prevention and control be aware of the needs regarding personal protection be aware of the need to refer to the machine Operating Manual and be

    Original URL path: http://www.safetymen.co.uk/training-courses/working-at-height-training/mobile-elevating-work-platforms-operator-training/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Ladders and Stepladders // Safetymen
    Supervisor Training Workplace Risk Assessment Training Horticultural Equipment Training Brushcutters Strimmers Chainsaws Petrol Electric Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Mowers Wood Chippers Shredders Operative Plant Operators Training Banksman Crane Safety Awareness on Construction Sites Crane Slinger Signaller Forklift Trucks Hydraulic Tipping Dumpers Lorry Loader Hiab Mini Diggers 360 0 8t 10t Ride on Vibrating Rollers Tool Operators Training Abrasive Wheels Cartridge Tools CAT and Genny Locators and Transmitters Chainsaws Petrol Electric Masonry Saw Bench Paslode Nailers Portable Appliance Testing Portable Power Tools Woodworking Equipment Working at Height Training Basic Scaffold Inspection 1 Day Basic Scaffold Inspection 2 Days Harness and Lanyards IPAF MEWPs for Managers IPAF Mobile Elevating Work Platforms Operator Training Ladders and Stepladders PASMA Mobile Access Towers PASMA Combined Tower and Low Level Access PASMA Low Level Access Training PASMA Towers for Stairs Course PASMA Work at Height Essentials Course Working at Height Appreciation Working at Height Previous Next Working at Height Training Ladders and Stepladders Ladders and Stepladders Training Introduction The Work at Height Regulations 2005 require that ladder users must possess such technical knowledge experience or training as may be appropriate having regard to the nature of the activity or be supervised by such a person The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 require that user of work equipment receive adequate training The aim of this course is to train people in the skills and knowledge needed to achieve the standards of competency to carry out the duties of pre use inspection and the safe use of ladders and stepladders Course Objectives On completion of this course the trainee will be able to identify defects which is the purpose of the inspection to discover and to have a basic understanding of duties with regard to the statutory instruments i e

    Original URL path: http://www.safetymen.co.uk/training-courses/working-at-height-training/ladders-and-stepladders/ (2016-02-12)
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