TRAINING

Training Objectives

To offer a training and professional development programme that compliments existing training held by candidates, Or training for candidates with little or no experience. HSOS has an excellent safety record. We consider we have achieved this because of the training we provide and offer.

We have numerous training courses available to help you proceed with safe industry working. It is our understanding that the major influence in injuries and accidents is the lack of training or the incorrect training given.

Below is our scope of training

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1. VCA WFPr (Flange connection)

A. Pre-Training (If required)
B. Presentation
C. Exam (Theory)
D. Practical Exam

2. Harness awareness/Suspension Trauma. Theory and practical assessment consisting of:

A. Presentation
B. Legislation
C. Damage/Fault/Validity check of the harness
D. Suspension trauma facts
E. Correct wearing of harness

harness awareness/supspension trauma
heights awareness

  1. Working at heights awareness. (This course is offered in connection with the harness awareness course)

Theory presentation consisting of:

  1. Background
  2. Scope
  3. Managing risks
  4. Selection of equipment
  5. Other requirements

  1. Manual handling awareness

  1. Pre-assessment test (to assess candidates’ knowledge)
  2. Presentation
  3. Spinal awareness
  4. Principles of safe handling
  5. Risk assessments
  6. Using T.I.L.E to assess the risk. (Task, Individual, Load, Environment & Equipment)
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  1. Confined space awareness

Theory and practical assessment consisting of

  1. What is a confined space?
  2. Identify a confined space
  3. Atmosphere testing Duties
  4. Confined space atmosphere
  5. Duties of the attendant

  1. On Site Machining (in Situ)

6a.Pipe cutting with a clamshell

  1. Getting familiar with the equipment
  2. Maintenance of the equipment
  3. Safely use of this equipment
  4. Grinding and sharpening of toolsteels
  5. Mounting and lining up the clamshel
  6. Pipe cutting
  7. Bevelling
  8. Counter bevelling
  9. Tapering
  10. Measurement of the angel

6b. Flange facing

  1. Getting familiar with the equipment
  2. Maintenance of the equipment
  3. Safely use of this equipment
  4. Mounting and lining up the FF machine
  5. Machining a Rased face
  6. Machining a Full face
  7. Machining a Tung and Groove
  8. Machining a male and Femeale
  9. Machining a RTJ
  10. Roughness measurement
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6c. Lineboring

  1. Getting familiar with the equipment
  2. Maintenance of the equipment
  3. Safely use of this equipment
  4. Mounting line bore machine
  5. Clocking out the axel
  6. Measure the hole
  7. Machining the hole
  8. Measure the hole after machining
  9. Facing with a line bore

6d. Drilling in Situ

  1. Getting familiar with the equipment
  2. Maintenance of the equipment
  3. Safely use of this equipment
  4. Mounting magnet base drill machine
  5. Right chose or drill
  6. Use of adapters or guides
  7. Drilling the hole
  8. Measure the hole after drilling
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