Permits to work training
7th March, The Heath, Runcorn
A permit is needed when maintenance work can only be carried out if normal safeguards are dropped or when new hazards are introduced by the work.
Don’t assume that your system is a good one just because you have not yet had a serious accident. An HSE survey showed that a third of all accidents in the chemical industry were maintenance-related, the largest single cause being a lack of, or deficiency in, permit-to-work systems.
The course is designed for anyone who needs to complete, authorise or check Permit to Work Systems. In addition to looking at good practice and getting practical experience delegates will learn about what the law says, HSE expectations, common reasons for failure of PTW systems and good and bad examples from across the industry. firstname.lastname@example.org. Fully Booked enquire about future dates
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