Take a moment to consider the impact of a serious accident caused by the failure of a Pressure System in the workplace. As well as potential injuries and risk to life, there are also the financial implications and brand reputation to be considered. With the aim of improving safety standards by using the "Pressure Systems Safety Regulations", CoffeeSafe training and our service provider partnership packages will assist all businesses using pressure systems to not only comply with the regulations, but will also provide a safer environment for their staff and customers.
Training provided by the CoffeeSafe partnership aims to improve the safety of pressure systems by focusing on issues that affect the safety of the whole system and not just pressure vessels. It is amazing that after 30 years of "pressure systems" legislation most inspection companies are still focused on the pressure vessel and not the whole system. All of our courses are focused on the whole system and the whole of the regulations, not just one element.
The training course has been designed and delivered by experienced engineers who have direct experience and safety qualifications to demonstrate their competence and knowledge of the "Pressure Systems Safety Regulation 2000" (PSSR 2000), and on how an examination is conducted and reported. The course is approved by the Institution of Safety and Health (IOSH) and certificates awarded are issued by IOSH. The training provides further knowledge and skills to add to the delegates competence. The course will conclude with a written exam. Delegates must achieve a minimum of 75% correct answers to receive a pass mark to qualify for the IOSH certificate.
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the only Chartered body for health and safety professionals in the world.
As the largest health and safety membership organisation in the world, IOSH has more than 44,000 individual members in over 100 countries. The main aims is to maintain high standards throughout the profession and raise health and safety standards in a range of organisations through IOSH training courses.
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Our primary aim is safety.
Everyone has the right to go home from work in the same condition they arrived.
Therefore, we encourage service engineers to focus on "Safety First", to reduce risks from the uncontrolled release of stored energy from a pressure system.
PSSR is not just about Witten Schemes and Examinations (WSE), the regulations also focus on design, installation, maintenance, repair, operation and keeping of records.
Service engineers will gain knowledge on how PSSR regulations impact on them, their company and customers. The course will clearly define the duties of all relevant personnel involved in the process, from design to installation through to service, maintenance and examination of the whole system.
The course is to develop experienced service engineers wishing to carry out statutory examinations as required by PSSR, with a safety first approach.
- Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 awareness and understanding
- How and why PSSRs were introduced and the cost of noncompliance and the potential consequences of an incident
- Who holds a responsibility to the regulations
- Analysis of the importance of implementing PSSR via the Approved Code of Practice (ACOP)
- Application of examination reports and the need for accurate and detailed reports
- Procedures for introducing new equipment
- Written Scheme of Examination, format and how it should be used
- Examples of examinations and best practise guidelines
- Safety Videos
- Additional coursework to be carried out by the delegates away from the training course
- Course workbook to provide advice and practical ideas on implementation and management of the regulations
Successful delegates will receive an IOSH certificate, which is a great addition towards demonstrating competence and best practice.
This course gives delegates a renewed understanding of the "Pressure System Safety Regulations 2000" (PSSR). They will benefit from this course by refreshing the knowledge gained from the PSSR Training Course and it acts as a check on the service engineers abilities and attitude towards implementing PSSR.
Refresh previous learners knowledge of the regulations and host interactive discussions on their experiences in the field. We will set and discuss case studies and practical application of the regulations.
The Course will include:
- Recap of Regulations
- Interactive Discussion on engineer experiences in the field
- Cost of non-compliance and the potential consequences of an accident
- Enforcing the importance of implementation of PSSR using the ACOP
- Reaffirming who holds a responsibility to compliance
- Applying the regulations to real scenarios
- Software additions/training
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