Guarding & Safe Use of Machinery Training

GUARDING & SAFE USE OF MACHINERY

ONE-DAY WORKSHOP – SAFE USE OF MACHINERY IN THE WORKPLACE

Eliminate hazards in the workplace

WorkSafe’s Best Practice Guideline provides a practical solution path for compliance responsibilities when it comes to machinery. However, the assumed competency for engineering and operational staff is problematic and often leads to poor outcomes. 

Our Guarding & Safe use of Machinery one-day workshop will show you how to

Identify, Assess and control machinery hazards and risks

Assume your responsibilities, know your duties and have a good understanding of your role

Eliminate hazards at the design process with guarding and other systems

Our Next Training Dates

Dunedin

Christchurch

Auckland

Wellington

Access the Guarding & Safe Use of Machinery Training

Click the link below to fill out the booking form – we’ll get back to you within 24 hours with a booking confirmation and (in a separate email) an invoice. The booking confirmation will also include all venue details and any prep work you might need to do.

Our technicians were raving about the training they received 

– JL, Auckland

Frequently Asked Questions

who's the trainer?

Craig Carlyle is a seasoned practitioner and foundation signatory of HASANZ with years of award winning experience managing health and safety and a CMSE® – Certified Machinery Safety Expert.

Who is this Guarding & Safe Use of Machinery training for?

This training is for anyone involved with machinery from management to engineers, tradesmen and operators. They will all benefit from understanding the machinery safety process works and their role.

What are the prerequisites?

None!

Do you host guarding and safe use of machinery training on-site?

Yes. If you’d like more information about this, please get in touch.

What’s Included?

Coffea/tea and lunch.

Plus a copy (per person) of the Worksafe Safe Use of Machinery BPG and our own Training Workbook.

Your Options

One-day Workshop

On-site Training

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