Objectives

 On completion of this training participants will be able to:

  • List the legal requirements of working with abrasive wheels
  • Select appropriate abrasive wheels
  • Correctly mount abrasive wheels

  Course Content

  • Legislation including the Abrasive Wheels Regulations 1982
  • Hazard Identification / Risk Assessment
  • Causes of Accidents
  • Methods of selection, mounting, storing and handling
  • Methods of inspecting and testing
  • Assembling and balancing components
  • Functions of components used including:
  • flanges
  • washers
  • bushes
  • nuts used in mounting
  • tool rests
  • Mounting and Dressing abrasive wheels

 

Methods of Training

Participants are presented with the theoretical aspects of Abrasive Wheels. 

Practical session will be incorporated

 

Duration: Half Day (2 sessions can be held per day)

Maximum No. of Participants: 10 per session

Alternatively, people can also be trained on an individual basis as we regularly run public courses in our Training Centre on Lower Glanmire Road, Cork.

Call us on 021-4559180  for more information and available dates or send us a message via our Contact Form.