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Foundation H&S | Manual Handling | Risk Assessment | First Aid | Paediatric First Aid | Safe use of Veterinary medicines
Foundation Food Hygiene | Intermediate Food Safety | Intermediate Hazard Analysis
Tractors | Lift Trucks
ATVs (Quad bikes) | Off-road (4x4s)
Chainsaws | Brushcutting | Woodchippers | Mobile Elevated Work Platforms | Sawbench | Mowers | Woodland management
Pesticides | Vermin control
Abrasive wheels | Small engine maintenance
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Practical training for Cornish Business

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Workshop skills

Abrasive wheels are essential tools in many industries. Inexperience or carelessness in the use of these tools can be very dangerous. Courses are available aimed at novices and operators with more experience.
A wide variety of tools in use within land-based industries are powered by small engines and it's essential to keep them operating safely and efficiently. The course in Small Engine Maintenance is designed to address this need.

Abrasive wheels

  • Protective clothing
  • The relevant regulations
  • Awareness of hazards
  • Characteristics of an abrasive wheel
  • The marking system
  • Handling and storage
  • Inspecting wheels
  • Performing a ring test
  • Speed and speed conversion
  • Identifying components
  • Mounting an abrasive wheel
  • Adjusting the work rest
  • Truing and dressing an abrasive wheel
  • General safety awareness.

Small engine maintenance

 

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