Industrial Safety Training from the Experts at the IA Academy
Providing safety training courses for the hydraulic and pneumatic hose and connector industries at the newly built Training Academy at Industrial Ancillaries
With almost fifty years’ experience in the industrial fittings business, Industrial Ancillaries runs a number of safety training courses designed for people working with hydraulic and pneumatic hoses across all industries, including construction, oil and gas, plumbing, process and analytical, instrumentation, energy, aerospace, and medical.
As an industry-leading distributor of superior quality hydraulic, pneumatic, instrumentation and process products, Industrial Ancillaries is committed to strong and enduring relationships with its customers. As a BFPA approved training centre the Industrial Ancillaries Academy is an important addition to our core business, helping to raise standards and awareness—especially with regard to health and safety.
Industrial Ancillaries Academy offers training courses in partnership with the following trade associations and companies:
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These training programmes have been established to raise the awareness levels of people who work with hydraulic and pneumatic hoses at all levels: from the system designer and field engineer, to the machine operator and the person who actually makes hose assemblies.
The BFPA Foundation Safety Course and the practical workshop-based Hose Assembly Skills Training Programme take the basic foundation level of knowledge and trains the individual to a fully assessed level of ability in hose assembly techniques. Additionally, we have recently introduced the Hose Integrity, Inspection and Management Course and Small Bore Tube Integrity Course.
Attendees of all BFPA courses will receive a high-quality, personalised course book, as well as certification of attendance, and will be registered on the BFPA database.
Attendees will also receive the new BFPA Passport Scheme card on completion of their course, which is both a photo ID card and record of the courses each participant has undertaken. For more details on the Passport Scheme, see the BFPA article here.
Participants who studied here in the past two years can also claim a Passport card retrospectively, if you contact the BFPA.
On this course you will learn about basic hydraulics from a health and safety perspective. Learn how to identify and assemble hoses and connectors as well as installation good practice and how to avoid hose and connection failure.