Hand and Power Tools (HSE)
Hand and Power tools shall be operated by competent person with thorough knowledge of hazards, risk and risk control measures associated with tools, to avoid accidents at work.
•Identify the safety hazards and risk associated with Hand and Power Tools
•Know different types of power sources
•Awareness about control measures while using hand tools
•Understand to perform visual inspection on Power tools before use
•Awareness about responsibilities of employer and employees
•Know the precautions of using power tools at elevated areas
•Know the precaution of using power tools in confined spaces.
•Understand the reasons of fire and explosions related to power tools
•Awareness about occupational illness related to Hand and Power Tools
•Awareness about appropriate use of PPE
•Different types of hand tools
•Different types of power tools
•Electrical hazards, risk and control measures
•Mechanical hazards, risk and control measures
•Safe use of fuel driven, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment
•Cable and host management
•Fire and explosion
•Housekeeping (removal of combustible materials)
•Occupational illness and control measures
Course Duration: 4 hours
Skilled workers, Foremen, Supervisors Etc.
Formative assessment and MCQ.
Certificate validity: 02 Years
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Hand and Power Tools
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DISS Courses cover more than 10 different HSE related topics such as First Aid, Fire Safety, Food Safety, HSE Management, Site Safety, Defensive Driving, Environmental and Hazard Awareness, Operator Training, and ISO Audit Management. With an expanding list of offerings, DISS is branching out to Business and Soft Skills courses as well.