SEMA Racking Inspection Courses For Your Premises
Glancing at your racking each time you go past it will flag up the big and distinct issues, but not the small discrepancies. There may be a bend in the structure because of the weight being placed upon it, there could be a rusting support beam or damage from a collision. In any case like this, you’ll need to know what to do and what protocols you should follow.
Our SEMA racking inspection courses at Rack Inspection Training are ideally suited to help any workplace with racking to appoint their very own PRRS (Person Responsible for Racking Safety). Outlined by legislation is a three-fold protection for those involved in racking; annual inspections from a ‘technically competent person’, weekly inspections completed by a ‘competent person’, and damage reporting when it happens or when it is seen.
Creating a competent individual for the benefit of your premises
To ensure that your staff have the capabilities and knowledge to effectively inspect your racking thoroughly each week, they’ll require a professional course. Our SEMA racking inspection course will follow the SEMA traffic light system for damage reporting to make it simple and straightforward each week for your PRRS.
Reporting on the weekly inspection is one of the key features of our SEMA racking inspection course at Rack Inspection Training. Any discrepancies from the norm must be reported and acted upon appropriately.
If you’d like to find out more about our SEMA racking inspection courses, get in contact with us today.
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