Pilz is running its popular City & Guilds four-day Machinery Safety training course at a number of regional venues throughout the UK in 2015. Dates and venues are as follows:
- 23-26 March - Durham
- 11-14 May - Bristol
- 22-25 June - Manchester
- 21-24 September - Bristol
- 12-15 October - Maidstone
- 16-19 November - Leeds
In addition, the course is run once per month at the Corby headquarters of Pilz Automation Technology.
With continual changes in machinery safety standards and the state of the art, engineers are hard-pressed to be fully familiar with all aspects of the regulations, standards and risk management technologies relating to machinery safety. However, the four-day City & Guilds course from Pilz Automation Technology presents all of this material in the form of a single training package suitable for electrical and mechanical engineers and engineering managers.
In addition to classroom sessions there are also practical exercises and examinations. A unit accredited certificate is issued on successful completion of individual modules, and a City & Guilds Machinery Safety Certificate is issued on successful completion of all seven modules.
The full agenda for the course is available to view online, but some of the topics covered are:
- Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations
- CE marking requirements for the Machinery, EMC and Low-Voltage Directives
- Harmonised standards
- Principles and aspects of machine guarding
- Practical wiring exercises
- Provisions and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER 98)
- Risk assessments
- Temporary safety measures
This high-quality four-day course is an excellent way for engineers and managers to gain a recognised City & Guilds certificate that demonstrates their proficiency in machinery safety - which can be an important element in their overall machinery safety competence.
Follow the link for more information or to reserve a place on the City & Guilds four-day Machinery Safety training course from Pilz.