Safety training for power press setters
The power press training course covers the statutory information requirements of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 as applied to power presses and to bring delegates up-to-date with current legal demands. It enables delegates to establish a sound knowledge of power press functions and operation, and develop a positive approach to safe working methods and procedures.
- Course content
General legal requirements
- The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
- The Provision of the Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1992
- PUWER 98 Part 4 Power Presses
Power press mechanisms
- Clutches - positive and friction type
- Safety devices including types of guards, testing and maintenance
Causation and prevention of accidents
- Recognition of possible causes of accidents at the power press to both toolsetter and operator, due to particular features of power presses
Tool design and its influence on safety
The work of the toolsetter and his/her responsibilities in the safe use of power
Presses and safe methods of working
Safety on press brakes
- Types of guarding
- Tool design and tool setting
- Case study
Please also note that refreshers need only attend day 1.
There are no pre-requisites for this course.
End of course test.
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By completing this course, delegates will:
- Gain sound knowledge of power press functions and operations
- Develop a positive and systematic approach to safe working methods and procedures
- Refresh and update their knowledge on current legal requirements