This course is designed to give people the essential knowledge of explosive atmospheres and hazardous areas.
This course covers the safety aspects of working in and around trenches within the civil industry and covers drainage work from small pipe, small scale excavations to large storm water and deep excavations.
People using concrete and masonry cutting equipment face a wide range of hazards, such as silica dust, toxic exhaust fumes, saw kick-back, blade fracture, vibration, noise, slips, falls and manual handling.
When on the job, there will be times where you need to work around suspended loads. This risky task has regulations and safe work practices to follow. It is important that everyone involved knows how to implement these practically.
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