Safe use of Power Tools
Who’s the Hand-Held and Power Tools training course for? And how long does it last?
The Hand-Held and Power Tools training course is for anyone who uses tools in their work role. The course takes half a day to complete.
What are the benefits of completing the Hand-Held and Power Tools training course?
The course is designed to meet the legislative requirements detailed in legislation such as PUWER. You will also receive a certificate of attendance that can be used to verify your completion of the course. Furthermore, the Hand-Held and Power Tools training will provide you with the ability to work safely with the tools that you use at work. The course will also provide you with knowledge in areas such as the maintenance and inspection of hand-held and power tools.
Why Train with FaCT?
We are an organisation that has a lot of experience in delivering training. Consequently, you can be sure that the training you receive is from professional and expert instructors. We have many years of training delivery experience from our Birmingham and Manchester venues and other venues all across the UK. As a result, you can be sure of receiving the best training possible.
Where can I complete the Hand-Held and Power Tools training course?
We can deliver the Hand-Held and Power Tools training at a venue to suit you. You can come to us and one of our training centres in Birmingham or Manchester. However, we can also come to you and your premises. Just get in touch to enquire. We try to run the courses as often as we can so you can be sure of taking the course on a date that suits you!
What does the Hand-Held and Power Tools course involve?
We often get questions as to what’s included in the programme. Therefore, below is an outline of the course content.
- Legislation and regulations.
- Equipment selection.
- Pre-start checks.
- Site and equipment hazards.
- Safe operation.
- Personal protective equipment.
- Common defects.
- Environmental issues.