This one day course is designed for employees in the process, oil, gas and food manufacturing industries, who as part of their daily role, install isolations or raise permits. The delegates will learn about the different types of hazardous energies and the steps we should take to prevent them from being inadvertently reintroduced. The course can also be used to raise awareness of the importance of the correct use of isolations to all maintenance staff. This course is based on the requirements outlined in the Health and Safety Executive’s HSG253 Guidance document and consists of theoretical and practical elements, that make full use of the simulated live process plant at CATCH.
• Risk Assessments
• Permit to work procedures
• Responsibilities and duties
• Daily checks to be carried out
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Hazards to avoid during set up
Throughout the course, you will be involved in group discussions, hands-on practical
training supported by clear and concise support material
Half day training course that can be extended with a practical exercise on the plant.
CATCH Skills Certification is awarded upon full completion of the course
If you would like to make a block booking for a bespoke training course please contact us on 01469 552852 or email email@example.com for more details.
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