If you work with any tools which have an abrasive wheel, these courses are for you. They give you a thorough understanding of hazards associated with abrasive wheels, as well as the piece of legislation called PUWER (Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998) that govern their proper use.
This topic is split into two courses. The first is the combined Abrasive Wheels Theory and Practical, which involves both a written section and a practical session, the latter of which includes fitting correct discs and cutting different types of materials. This course is designed to give you the greatest understanding of all aspects of abrasive wheels.
The second course is Abrasive Wheels Theory. This course focuses on the written aspect of the above course, but lacks the practical element. This course is ideal for those who already have some hands-on knowledge of abrasive wheels but require more in-depth training about the theoretical aspect of abrasive wheels, such as your legal responsibilities, the nature of hazards and identification of courses, as well as the storage, checking, and use of discs.
Highly participative course with both practical and theory sessions.
Abrasive Wheels Theory and Practical