LPG Gases Safety for FLTs Training
Attendance gives staff information to understand the specific hazards associated with LPG cylinders used specifically to power FLT\'s, resulting in an assured workforce and a safer workplace.
Capability Manager, Qinetiq
“Thank you for a very professionally run course, very informative and educational”
The staff were very helpful. Our operatives gave a very good response to taking the course and its content. The training was presented very well and the content was up-to-date”
Joanne Forrester, O’Malley Plant Hire
“PGS were very helpful and were able to assist us at short notice, thank you for your help”
HR Advisor , Kidde Graviner
“Really good, Helen (Commercial Director) is endlessly patient and helpful. Trainer very self sufficient and delegate feedback is very good”
Face to face classroom & practical instruction at your location.
Scheduled at customer request. Max 8 delegates.
Only available where social distancing guidelines can be met.
Trainer led - real time training, allows delegate interaction with Q&A. Practical demonstration included
Scheduled at customer request. Max 12 delegates.
Supporting practical onsite training can be arranged where social distancing guidelines can be met.
e-Learning course supplemented by onsite practical instruction
Train at your convenience. Interactive and accessible e-Learning course 1-1.5hrs
Trainer led onsite practical demonstration includes Q&A
Up to 4 delegates per session (max 3 per day)
What is included?
Each learner receives
Course Structure for LPG Gases Safety for FLTs Training
Classroom Session (1.5 hours)
Interactive training on LPG gases and equipment with topics including:
Practical Session (allow approximately 1 hour)
Learners will be given the opportunity to undertake:
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