Power Tools Safety

can be implemented by conducting proper training, inspecting welding equipment, and ensuring workers are aware of safety precautions before performing welding activities to minimize the risk of health and safety injuries.

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Power Tools Safety Training Course Overview

The Power Tools Safety Course is aimed to give the candidates orientation on the
Power tools handling and correct techniques to use it.

Learning Objectives


State general hazards associated with hand and portable power tool use and the safety practices for protecting against these hazards


Define the different sources


List hazards specific to hand tools, and explain how to prevent them. Identify appropriate safety practices for electric and pneumatic tools


Explain proper use of liquid-fueled and powder-actuated tools Identify safety requirements for using portable abrasive wheel tools


Describe proper use of operator controls and guards Explain when tools must be inspected, and what actions to take if damage is found

Course Outline

Day One
  • Introduction to Health & Safety
  •  The Cost of an Accident
  •  Power Tools
  •  Injuries of Power Tools
  •  Hazards of Power Tools
  •  Slips, Trips & Falls
  •  Mechanical Hazards
  •  Entanglement
  •  Friction and Abrasion
  • Cutting, Drawing In, Shearing, Crushing
  •  Impact
  •  Stabbing & Puncture
  •  Ejection
  •  Non-Mechanical Hazards
  •  Noise, Dust, Gases, Vibration, Fluids
  •  Temperature
  •  Electricity
  •  Radiation
  •  Fire
  •  Manual Handling
  •  Ergonomics
  •  PPE

Who Should Attend?

This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for:

Welders, workers involved in hot activities like cutting grinding

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