Is this course for you?

Pressure equipment and the consequent systems are found in nearly every large workplace, commonly providing heating and air conditioning, but often much more.  Serious incidents and accidents can occur where technical staff have not fully appreciated the possible hazards; particularly where heat and water are involved. In this introductory course we will provide anyone who holds either direct or indirect responsibility knowledge to be able to assess what checks they should make and/or what steps are considered adequate.

Aims

This course provides you with a foundation for the promotion of safety in the workplace relating to the use of pressure systems and equipment.  It is designed to help you develop a deeper understanding of the risks posed and to increase awareness of regulatory requirements and recognised safe systems of work.

Objectives

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Understand and recognise the scope of pressure systems
  • Recognise the different factors determining amounts of potentially harmful stored energy
  • Identify pressure systems hazards
  • Differentiate between the levels of risk posed
  • Identify regulatory controls
  • Recognise the measures necessary to implement safe systems of work
City & Guilds

This course has City & Guilds accredited programme status.

COVID-secure measures

Following a review of the new government guidance we want to reassure you that the essential training booked at Eastwood Park for the coming weeks is going ahead as planned.

We are operating a COVID-secure environment and will be seeking the co-operation of everyone attending to strictly adhere to these arrangements throughout their stay and we will continue to carefully monitor the situation.

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Facilities

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Classrooms

Classrooms are available for theory learning and group exercises (close to training laboratories when practice activities are included).

FAQs

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