Welcome to Brandon eLearning
At Brandon Hire we are committed to supporting you to maximise the value you get from the products and services we offer.
As part of that committment we are pleased to welcome you to this new on-line learning site for the construction and building trades industry.
13 training courses found
Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) and RCD Testing - Refresher 2010 All electrical equipment that we hire out has to be tested for electrical safety, this is under the heading of Portable Appliance Testing. This tutorial is aimed to help you understand why all electrical equipment should be tested, and how different equipment should be tested.
Confined spaces are an important consideration in the field of health and safety. This is because, without sufficient training or suitable equipment workers can be affected by un-seen hazards e.
About Regulatory Programmes Typically Regulatory programmes receive between 87% and 99% completion rates without any human intervention. We do this by pre-loading automated messages to delegates that get sent depending on how they have interacted with the programme and the instructions.
Guidance to the regulations, safe handling, transportation and storage of LPG cylinders and other dangerous goods. Regulations require drivers engaged in the carriage of dangerous goods to be given adequate instruction and training to enable them to understand: who is responsible for the load when carried by road the natures of the dangers of the particular goods they are carrying.
The reliable and accurate location of underground services is of paramount importance. The accidental rupture of a pipe or cable has the power to bankrupt, and also to kill.
Ladders and Steps - Refresher 2010 A third of all fall-from-height related accidents involve the use of ladders. This equates to an average of 1200 injuries and 14 deaths per year.
The purpose of personal protective equipment is to protect the user against falls from height and to safely slow down the person's fall to a complete stop. The safety of the user depends on the correct operation of each equipment component, but also on the ability to choose the correct specific equipment depending on the conditions and the type of work being done, and then on the skills of using the system selected.
Cartridge operated fixing tools use the power of an explosive charge to drive a fixing into either concrete, masonry or steel. They are used in particular when a large number of repetitive fixings need to be made, and the tool vastly reduces the time to do the job.
This programme is for employers to help them to meet their specific duties under COSHH.
Around five million workers are exposed to hand-arm vibration in the workplace. Two million of these workers are exposed to levels of vibration where there are clear risks of developing disease.
More than a third of all over-three-day injuries reported each year to HSE and local authorities are caused by manual handling - the transporting or supporting of loads by hand or by bodily force. This programme explains the problems associated with manual handling and sets out best practice in dealing with them.
This course ensures that nominated Fire Marshalls know how to carry out their duties. A Fire Marshall is recommended for all work locations and some locations will require several, to keep the workforce safe in the event of a fire or other serious incident.
Working at Height - Refresher 2010 There are 3,000,000 workers at height in the UK at height each year. Of these, 1 in 257 will statistically get injured as a result.