Tyre inflation & compressed air systems
Which job roles is this course for:
This course is for all technicians and all parts staff in a vehicle workshop,
About this course:
Tyres contain a large amount of stored energy that can be released explosively presenting several hazards and risks. Tyre repair and replacement exposes people to a variety of hazards in addition to those related to movement and lifting of vehicles. Increasing size, weight, and pressure present different challenges even to experienced employees. This training gives an understanding of the dangers associated to tyre inflation and the use of compressed air systems.
This e-learning module will cover:
- Tyre inflation – This covers the hazards associated to tyre inflation and the control measures to reduce the likelihood and consequences of an accident.
- Compressed Air Systems – This gives an insight in to the dangers of using compressed air systems and what employees should do to make the use of the equipment safer.
- You will gain an understanding of the dangers associated to inflating tyres and using compressed air systems.
- You will understand what control measures you should put in place to protect you and others when inflating tyres and using compressed air systems.
At then end of this course you will be required to complete a multiple choice assessment based on the information provided and what you have learned.
You will need to pass the assessment within this course to ensure successful completion. The pass mark is 80%
You will have a maximum of 3 attempts to reach the required pass mark. You can revisit the course content if you need to before attempting the assessment again.
Once the assessment has been passed, you will be issued with a certificate.
The certificate will be issued by Inspire International UK Ltd, the UK’s leading health and safety management company focusing on vehicle workshop safety. The certificate will clearly show your name; your company name; name of course taken; pass percentage; expiry date and any applicable course accreditation marks.