Machinery Safety – PUWER and Machinery Risk Assessment - In house

 

Objectives

  • Overview of PUWER Regulations 4 – 24
  • Overview of HSG 129 – Health and Safety in Engineering Workshops
  • Perform effective Work Equipment Risk Assessment
  • Understand managerial requirements to manage work equipment Risk
  • Apply PUWER Regulations in a practical setting
  • PUWER Regulation
  •     Where and who does it apply
  •     What equipment does it cover – how do you work this out for your organization
  •     How regulations link to each other
  •     How can your compliance partner assist you to comply
  •     What are the risks, who is responsible and consequences of non-compliance
  • Management Systems
  • Processes/systems that your organisation should implement in order to comply with PUWER and the MHSWA

Who the course is for

    This two day course is intended to allow you to create a team that can carry out effective work equipment risk assessments, to ensure risk is considered from all aspects it is recommended that a spread of personnel from the following categories attend this course:

    • Users
    • Maintainers
    • Supervisors
    • Site Health and Safety advisor


    Course Contents

    This course is designed for persons who have duties relating to machinery safety and/or are involved in the use, maintenance of machinery or supervise machinery interaction. 
    2 Days –  1 Day Classroom Based, 1 Day Practical – Access will be required to site machinery for the practical phase.
    Attendees – Up to 10 persons per course

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