Pallet Racking Inspection Training
Upcoming Racking Inspection Training Events
UPCOMING EVENTS: Racking Inspection Training
30th November | 21st December | 25th January | 29th February | 28th March | 25th April | 30th May | 27th June | 25th July | 29th August | 26th September | 31st October | 28th November | 19th December
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HALF DAY TRAINING: Racking Inspection Safety Course Practical Training
Nene’s Racking Safety Inspection Training is divided into a modular approach including an initial presentation, a hands-on practical session using a mock warehouse whereby a SEMA racking inspection training will take place, ending with a final review meeting including questions and answers.
The topics covered to educate your team include; health the safety, the longevity of your racking system, what to expect from an SEMA inspection, SEMA guidelines and racking visual assessment skills.
Practical elements are key to this course where we hope your team can be fully engaged:
• Learn new regulations and current SEMA guidelines
• Identify key components of the storage system
• Recognise damage and potential hazards
• Learn how to report damage
• The importance of load signs
• How to prevent damage from occurring
This course is suitable for operatives who work within the warehouse environment and is ideal for both current and new employees. The course runs for a half working day and can accommodate 6 to 10 people in one session.
Please note: This course would not provide your staff with a SEMA qualification, however, they would be trained to carry out an intermediate safety inspection following the SEMA & HSE Guidelines. The course is demonstrated and conducted at ground level only.
We follow the Government guidelines very closely; our priority is to keep our visitors and staff safe. We, therefore, request that attendees follow the site safety notices. All attendees must bring their own mask, hi-vis and safety footwear. All visitors will be asked to sanitise their hands on entry and exiting the premises, upon entry temperatures will be taken. To learn more, please read our COVID-19 Warehouse Safety Guide.
We require a minimum of 5 working days for any cancellations
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The whole team thoroughly enjoyed the course, we all learnt a lot from it… The content etc was all perfect
Gave the right information that’s needed to help keep the racking in good working order/safe.
I was surprised how much I learnt in a short space of time
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Matt and the class on the day for their support and understand my help within the course. I also like to say that Nene welcome pack for the course has been put to good use. I also find that Matt was very understanding and helpful within the course and up for a laugh at times to make the training easy to follow. Thanks again.
Mike and I really enjoyed the course. and found the information and materials extremely useful. There was a variety of activities which kept everyone engaged and it was great to have the practical aspect to put everything into practice. We would definitely recommend the course and the trainer was brilliant.
- Outline of racking management
- Racking components and terminology
- Current guidelines and legislation
- Racking roles and responsibilities
- Defect tolerances and classifications
- Locating defects and safety offload
- Most common defects
- Safe working load notices
Who is the course for?
- Warehouse operatives
- Internal racking inspectors
- Person responsible for racking safety (PRRS)
- Site Operations
- Health & Safety Management
- Anybody with a role that includes warehousing and storage
- Increase the knowledge of the delegates such that the warehouse becomes a safer place of work.
- Provide each delegate with a basic knowledge of current damage classifications and relevant legislation.
- Enable the delegates to perform regular internal racking inspections in a safe and competent manner.
Every employer shall ensure that any of employees who supervises or manages the use of work equipment has received adequate training for the purposes of health and safety, including training in the methods which may be adopted when using the work equipment, any risk which such use may entail and precautions to be taken.