Abrasive Wheel Training

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Abrasive Wheel Training Dublin and Ireland

NEW -Abrasive Wheel Training is also available via video call.

The term "abrasive wheel" is usually defined as a wheel consisting of abrasive particles bonded together with various substances. Typical examples of abrasive wheels in everyday use are bench grinders, angle grinders, con saws and polishers.

In Ireland, anyone working with or involved in the purchase, selection, storage, handling, mounting, dressing and use of abrasive wheels needs to be instructed in the theory, safe practice and use of Abrasive Wheels so that they can comply with the Safety Health and Welfare at Work (General Applications) (Amendment) Regulations 2016 (S.I. No. 36 of 2016).

Selecting the correct wheel for the job is essential for safety. An abrasive wheel may be dangerous if used for an application for which it is not intended and therefore, must be treated with the upmost respect.

We provide Abrasive Wheel Training for small, medium and large businesses and organisations across Ireland.,having been in the business of safety in the workplace for the past 10 years.

Class sizes at your premises are restricted to 10 participants for each Abrasive Wheel Training session.

The Abrasive Wheel Training concentrates on Type 1, 27, 41 and 42 abrasive wheels, addresses such issues as wheel characteristics; safety in grinding machine operations; wheel mounting procedures and issues; guards; extra considerations for portable or hand-held grinders; and protective equipment requirements.

We offer our tailored services using only specialists in the area of abrasive wheels usage, thereby ensuring the highest levels of professionalism and affordability.

The Abrasive Wheel Training duration is typically 2-3 hours and those participants who successfully complete the course are awarded the Abrasive Wheel Training certificate.

Please note, that for hygiene purposes, all participants attending the abrasive wheel training are expected to bring their own safety glasses.

We would welcome the opportunity to submit a proposal covering abrasive wheel training for your organisation.

Please contact us today to discuss your Abrasive Wheel Training requirements.

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