The SAS guide to Local Exhaust Ventilation is now available as an online programme, which lasts approximately 34 minutes, plus the time required for the final exam.
If dust, vapour, mist or fumes feature in your workplace, you need to consider training your workforce in Local Exhaust Ventilation. Using videos and interactive games, the course includes a final exam which – upon successful completion – earns the participant a certificate of competence.
Every year, thousands of people suffer from illness caused by inhaling contaminants at work, despite using extractors or masks. This programme provides a better understanding of ways in which this can be prevented.
From Kitchens to steel work production it is vital in ensuring that you LEV is working properly and effectively. Even if you have a LEV in your establishment, do you know that it is working properly? Would you know what to look for if it isn’t? Then this course will aid you through the manufacturing process right through to the up keep and maintenance of the LEV system.
The benefits of using the SAS online training system
- Online access, 24/7, allowing you and other users to participate whenever and wherever it is convenient
- Access from PCs, smart phone and tablets
- The system maintains a record of all exam attempts, certificates (5-year history), and the progress of all your staff, allowing you to see the status of the entire team at once
- The system creates certificates for users who successfully complete any online training course which includes a final exam (20 randomly selected questions) with a minimum pass rate of 85%
- You can upload the system data as a csv file.
This course covers:
- COSHH risk assessments and control hierarchy
- Control of contaminants
- Good design
- Legal aspects
and much more…
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Course fees – Local Exhaust Ventilation (online)
Main courses £15 + VAT per person
Refresher courses £10 + VAT per person
To find out more about signing up for an SAS online health & safety programme, contact Michael Morgan at Safety Action Services on 07836 517127 or email [email protected]