City & Guilds 2 Day Managers Course
It is vital that managers of businesses are fully conversant with all aspects of the regulatory issues which affect their business, particularly in respect of providing safe plant machinery and work equipment, they also need to be conversant with risk management techniques that relate to machinery and work equipment safety. This is all brought together in a two-day course, which will enable candidates to develop a greater understanding of the current UK and European Legislation, so as to apply and demonstrate compliance in their organisations.
What you can expect
By the end of the course, the participants will
- be able to appreciate the principles of how machinery and work equipment must be made safe during all phases of life
- have developed knowledge on legislation and supporting standards, along with best practice guidance on machinery and work equipment safety issues
- be able to appreciate the types of hazards machinery can produce and how they can evaluate this to provide suitable measures to remove or control the hazards effectively
A unit accredited certificate will be issued on successful completion of individual modules.
Each candidate on successful completion of the full course will be awarded a City & Guilds Certificate.
- Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999
- CE Marking requirements including Machinery, EMC and Low Voltage Directives
- Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998
- Harmonised European Standards including BS EN 12100, BS EN 14121-1
- Risk assessment concepts and theory including guidance on machinery guarding requirements.
Modules will be assessed by written examinations.
The course is suitable for managers & engineering managers who have responsibility for ensuring safety for new or existing machinery and work equipment under their control.
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|Duration||2 days 9.00 - 17.00|
|Maximum number of delegates||10|
|Price||£600 per person plus VAT|
|Further informations||Accommodation will be the responsibility of the attendees.|
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