Machinery Safety Series
See 4 individual courses below
This series of four courses has been designed to suit the
different safety training needs of all the people involved in
purchasing, maintaining and modifying machines and as well as those
people engaged in designing, specifying, building and supplying
machines and assemblies of machines.
The design of machinery influences the level of risk to which
people who interact with them are exposed. The subject that deals
with safety-related aspects of machinery design has considerable
depth and breadth leading to varied and differing individual
training requirements. This series of four one-day courses have
been developed to cover various aspects of machinery safety to
enable the selection of appropriate topics to suit a delegate's
The courses are arranged back-to-back to facilitate attendance
of one or more course with the minimum of travel costs. Delegates
can book on to a single course or attend two, three or four
depending on the depth of knowledge they need to acquire.
So for instance someone responsible for maintaining and carrying
out small modifications to machines and purchasing the occasional
new machine would find it helpful to attend the Machinery
Safety PUWER and Machinery Risk Assessment Essentials
courses whereas a machine designer with a mechanical bias might
want to attend the Machinery Risk Assessment Essentials
and Introduction to Safeguarding and Safety-Related Control
On the other hand a project engineer responsible for specifying
and installing a large machinery project who will need to
understand all aspects of machinery safety would find it relevant
to attend all four days of the course.
Please note that all courses must be paid for via credit
card at the time of booking.
Some of our training courses can also be delivered
in-company, please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Telephone: +44 (0)203 028 3704
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