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Woodworking Machine Regulations

Introduction

Any person using Woodworking Machines (or Wood Machines) within a company must have a knowledge of the guidelines of its safe use and the responsibilities under the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations. 

This is not a training course for using Woodworking Machines, please call us if that is your requirement.

Aims & Objectives

At the end of the course delegates will have an understanding of their responsibilities for Woodworking Machines under the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations.  

The Course Covers

  • Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations - Woodworking Machines
  • Correct methods of adjusting blades
  • Safe and correct methods of operation
  • Eye protection
  • Noise Protection
  • Guards and Guides
  • Extraction equipment and Maintenance
  • Lighting
  • Cleanliness

Course duration

Normally One-day, but is dependent on number of trainees and equipment types. Call for details. 

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