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Health, Safety, Risks and Mitigation

This interactive online course will provide you with the necessary skills and knowledge to apply Health and Safety (H&S) best practice guidelines when using loose powders, equipment, materials and post processing.

Course related to Process qualification in the context of Manufacturing

Provided by THE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY CENTRE LIMITED 1 year, 10 months ago (last modified 1 year, 10 months ago); viewed 711 times and licensed 0 times


Is this course for you?

  • Do you or your team come into contact with loose powders in your workplace?
  • Do you need to apply the latest health and safety guidelines and standards to methods of storage, handling and recovery of loose powders?
  • Can you identify the risks associated with loose powders and are able to apply mitigation techniques?

If you’ve answered yes to any of the above, then this course is definitely for you.

Key information

  • Delivery: Online learning
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Cost: £99.98 + VAT
  • Level: Introduction

Target Audience:

This 2 hour online learning course is for workshop users, technicians and materials technicians who need to be able to identify health and safety risks associated with loose powders, for example during the additive manufacturing process, and how to apply the appropriate mitigation techniques.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course you will be able to apply best practice safety guidelines when handling loose powders during a variety of processes, and be able to apply appropriate responses when faced with specific safety-related situations.


Language: English

Health, Safety, Risks and Mitigation

  • Explain health, safety, laws and legislation associated with loose powders
  • Describe health and safety (H&S) best-practice guidelines
  • Identify hazards associated with loose powders
  • Explain prevention and control methods used to reduce risk
  • Recognise unsafe practices, applying appropriate mitigation techniques

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