Work safety in galvanics
Occupational safety and health protection are not only an ethical cornerstone of our corporate culture, they are also essential for motivated employees. Without safer workplaces and health precautions, no company can survive and develop sustainably today. This two-hour training course on the subject of occupational safety in electroplating plants is tailored to practical requirements and is equally suitable for trainees, production employees and managers in electroplating plants.
- Necessity of work safety
- Sources of danger, protective clothing and protective measures
- General rules of conduct
- Near miss accidents, tripping hazards
- Dangers with ladders and stairs
- Dealing with chemistry
- Handling forklifts, pallet trucks and e-ants in operation
- Handling heavy loads
- Behaviour in case of fire / emergency
- Safety at the personal workplace
Trainees and production employees who need general, comprehensive training on the subject of occupational safety. The course is ideal for an introduction on the first working day.
Supervisors who would like to sharpen their awareness of the topic and who may require information for personal training.
The course lasts about two hours, plus the answering of 49 practice questions. The practice questions control the acquired knowledge and are a condition for obtaining the certificate.
No particular prior knowledge. Experience in galvanic operations is advantageous, but not necessary.
Graduates of the course automatically receive a certificate. This is important as confirmation of participation for internal training materials. Passing the course is linked to the success of the exercise questions. At least 80% of these questions must be answered correctly.
The costs are deductible as professional expenses when the course is professionally initiated. For more information, contact your accountant.
- Lectures 14
- Quizzes 4
- Duration 2 hours
- Skill level Beginners
- Language German
- Students 13
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
Basics of occupational safety
Hazards, protection and measures
Vehicles and heavy loads
Emergency and safety at work