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Hand and Power Tool Safety (Machinery) Training Course

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Essential training for machine operators.

10 minutes   |   SKU: EOL-1007H    |    Language(s): EN    |    Produced 2024








10 minutes

Training Objectives

Use tools safely and effectively
Identify hazards and take precautions
Follow safety guidelines to prevent injuries
Maintain and inspect tools for safety

Course Overview

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Hand and power tools cause a large number of injuries each year. Screwdrivers also cause an amazing number of injuries. Most wrench accidents are caused by the wrench slipping. There are three types of socket wrenches - hand, power and impact. Each type is designed for a specific job. A good safety attitude is important when using these tools. Before using power tools, inspect them for any defects or safety hazard. To avoid an electric shock, electrical tools must have a ground wire. The use of a three-prong adaptor is another safety device. This program deals with the proper use of hand and power tools with an emphasis on safety.


  • Background
  • Wrenches
  • Power Tools & Equipment
  • Power Drills
  • Portable handsaws
  • Summary

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