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Mechanical Safety

Mechanical safety testing is a specific type of safety evaluation that involves the
assessment of the mechanical aspects of a product, and the conditions under
which a mechanical failure could pose a potential safety risk to users.

Mechanical safety risks are as diverse as the number and types of mechanical
products available, making the task of identifying and evaluating such risks a
complex process for manufacturers, importers and retailers

Benefit of Mechanical Safety Training

Mechanical Safety training helps employees to prosper and develop their
careers in mechanical trade, while it gives employers a highly skilled workforce
and a competitive advantage. Mechanical works shall be managed safely,
complying with the concerned regulations.

For Employees

  1. Basic knowledge of Indian & International safety legislation & standards
  2. Improved ability to implement and realize specific goals as per their designations
  3. Increased ability to take decision effectively
  4. A “pass-out certificate”
  5. An opportunity for placement in leading multinational companies

For Employers

  • Training helps to lower down
  1. Medical expenses
  2. Liabilities
  3. Workplace accidents
  4. Staff absenteeism
  5. Maintenance costs of equipment
  6. Inefficient use of time and materials
  7. Recruitment expenses

Training ‘need’ identification

It is a systematic approach for determining what training is required to fulfil the
gap of what you know and what you need to know.

  1. Business needs
  2. Current competencies
  3. Training methods
  4. Effectiveness
  5. Cost

Who Should opt for Mechanical Safety Training?

Mechanical safety training aims to provide greater practical guidance for all the
relevant personnel to ensure safe supervision of mechanical work including
workers, supervisors, engineers, managers etc

Outcome of Mechanical Safety Training

a) Participants will be able to explain principles of machines, safety aspects during generation, transmission and utilization of mechanics.
b) Participants can demonstrate their knowledge on hazards, injuries and controls associated with the machinery.
c) Selection and suitability of mechanical equipment and protective systems.
d) Inspection and maintenance requirements for the safe execution of machines work/use of mechanical equipment.

Effective safety training led to safe work culture, high morale, increased
productivity hence high credibility

How We Deliver Mechanical Safety Training

We deliver training with commitment and not contempt. Our training program
  1. PowerPoint presentations
  2. Case studies
  3. Q & A sessions
  4. Role-playing
  5. One-to-one interaction
  6. Assessments
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