Abrasive Wheels

This course is aimed at anyone who selects, mounts or uses abrasive wheels, covering different types of abrasive
wheel, pre-use inspection to wheels and tools, fire control, and correct cutting and grinding techniques.

Course content:

PUWER 1998
Common causes of accidents with abrasive wheels
Common causes of burst wheels
Markings found on abrasive wheels, angle grinders and petrol cutting tools
PPE required when using abrasive wheels
Dust suppression
How to assemble abrasive wheels correctly to ensure that they are properly balanced and fit for use

FACT can deliver this course on site or at our fully-equipped and dedicated training centre.  It can delivered and an in-house course or accredited under NPORS [National Plant Operators Registration Scheme] and valid for 3 or 5 years.  Every effort is made to tailor our training specifically to meet client need and, to this end, all our courses can incorporate a bespoke element if required