To attend this Machinery Systems Risk Assessment Training course, there are no prerequisites.
This training course is ideal for everyone who wants to learn about risk assessment of existing machinery or new machinery in the process.
Machinery Systems Risk Assessment Training Course Overview
Machinery is common in every workplace but it also has risks with it. Operational precautions are mandatory to use machines safely, so, the foremost approach is to remove hazards. Risk assessment process helps to recognise potential hazards and the frequency of exposure to hazards. This training will assist learners to know about how machinery risk assessment different from other workplace risk assessments. Machinery safety is essential for individuals to protect them from injury and burns or scalds from the material. Pursuing this training helps individuals to gain hands-on experience in conducting a machine risk assessment using structured techniques that will lead them to climb up ladders of success in taking security incharge.
In this 1-day Machinery Systems Risk Assessment Training course, delegates will get a thorough understanding of machinery risks and how to overcome them. During this training, delegates will learn about the core concept of task-based machine risk assessment. They will also learn about machine safety products, non-mechanical hazards, risk control of general hazards, and risk assessment. Our extremely professional instructor having years of experience in teaching Health and Safety courses will conduct this training and make delegates mindful of the risk assessment practices of machines.
Delegates will also cover various essential topics, such as:
- Basic principles of risk assessment
- Functional safety of control systems
- Risk assessment and reduction strategy
- Health and safety management systems
- Machinery risk assessment standards and tools
- How task-based machine risk assessment works?
At the end of this training course, delegates will be able to integrate machine safety products to ensure the health and safety of the workers. They will also be able to implement appropriate risk assessment standards and hazards controlling methods.