IOSH Accredited PSSR 2 Day Training Course:
Overview Our primary aim is safety. Everyone has the right to go home from work in the same condition they arrived. Therefore, we encourage service engineers to focus on “Safety First”, to reduce risks from the uncontrolled release of stored energy from a pressure system. PSSR is not just about Written Schemes and Examinations, the regulations also focus on design, installation, maintenance, repair, keeping of records etc. Service engineers will benefit from gaining knowledge on how PSSR regulations impact on them, their company and customers. The course will clearly define the duties of all relevant personnel involved in the process, from design to installation through to service and maintenance of the whole system.
This course is to develop experienced service engineers wishing to carry out statutory examinations as required by PSSR, in conjunction with the PressureSafe online reporting system. The course gives practical examples of examinations and best practise guidelines as set out by the HSE and other associated bodies.
- How and why PSSR was introduced and the cost of non-compliance
- Analysis of the importance of implementing PSSR via the Approved Code of Practice (ACOP)
- Discuss and operate a Written Scheme of Examination, explain the duties of the competent person and examiners
- Application of examination reports and the need for accurate and detailed reports.
- Who holds a responsibility to the regulations
- Cost of non-compliance and the potential consequences of an incident
- Procedures for introducing new equipment
- Written Scheme of Examination, format & how it should be used
- Statutory Examinations
- Safety Videos
- Additional coursework to be carried out by the delegates away from the training course.
- Course workbook to take away to provide advice and practical ideas on implementation and management of the regulations.
Delegates who complete the training and pass the test paper, will receive an IOSH certificate & ID card, which are great additions towards demonstrating competence & good practice.