Abrasive Wheel Safety Training, Page 119 Reviews

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USER REVIEWS

Average score 4.7

1247 reviews

  • 84% 5
  • 10% 4
  • 3% 3
  • 1% 2
  • 2% 1
very informative, and easy to use coarse

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5/5
good very helpful

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5/5
Very helpful

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5/5
Easy to use covering a lot of material

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3/5
minor fault.

The course kept screeching and flicking back by about 2 screens before each question. Quite off putting. This fault aside a very good course.

3/5
Good

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3/5
Good

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3/5
Not fit for general purpose

Most builders, like myself, occasionally use a cutting wheel. There should be a specific course for this category of worker concentrating on common practices. For example, selection of a disc and complete work processes for cutting concrete and metal. Also - how to safely proceed with a less common process; accessing information. A much greater emphasis should be put on practical training for the safe use of abrasive wheels. I don’t think any certificate should be awarded for the use of abrasive wheels that is solely academic.

3/5
Useful but quite dull

A useful course, but could be made more interesting by showing actual injury graphics, not really gory ones though. Shattered blades caught in visors etc.

4/5
long and dull

course was too long with to much information. i switched off less than half way through

2/5

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