Fork Lift Truck training courses from TL Safety in the North West and surrounding areas. Accredited ITSAAR trainer.
Courses delivered in your workplace. Contact
HSE approved First Aid courses in Burnley and Bolton from TL Safety at competitive rates. Telephone 07749 838367 or visit http://www.tlsafety.co.uk/uploads/3/4/0/8/34085366/first_aid_courses_2012.pdf for details and prices.
Small Tools Training Course from TL Safety in Bolton, Bury, Burnley, Blackburn, Chorley, Wigan, North West
Small tools training can be provided by TL Safety and cover a variety of small tools and plant such as:
Stihl Saw (petrol).
Class 9 abrasive wheels.
5" and 9" grinders (hand held).
110v pistol drill.
110v magnetic drill.
110v impact guns.
Please contact us with a list of small tools and plant that you use and we will put together a competitive quotation for you. The course is generaly 3 1/2 to 4 hours on site. We cover all of the North West but can travel throughout the UK
Specialist on site Forklift Truck Training by TL Safety from our ITSSAR Accredited trainer. Contact us for further details .
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HAV Work Place Exposure
TL Safety can measure real life vibration exposure across a broad section of industries including Construction and Engineering and many more. Measuring vibration on site in actual working conditions has proved to provide far more precise and realistic figures and test results, than those obtained by the manufacturer using laboratory fixed jig tests. Real life assessments are typically 1/3 higher than those supplied by the manufacturer. On site vibration readings should always be carried out by a trained, competent personnel, using the latest specialist equipment to obtain readings from the grip surfaces of the tool. Equipment which is inaccurately adjusted or poorly maintained will as a rule produce obscure readings which highlights the need to keep tools sharp and introduce comprehensive maintenance programs recommended by the manufacturer. It is also wise to note that there is no generally effective PPE for Hand Arm Vibration, despite claims by some glove suppliers.
Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) is a widespread recognised industrial disease affecting tens of thousands of workers. It is a disorder which affects the blood vessels, nerves, muscles, and joints, of the hand wrist and arm. Its best known effect is vibration-induced white finger’ (VWF).
We can test up to 30 tools in one day followed by a futher 1/2 day for report writing and production of test results. We also carry out whole body vibration testing.
Tony Lundy CMgr