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TRACK MAINTENANCE AND RENEWALS

PERMANENT WAY ENGINEERING
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Grinding Operative Plain Line and S&C (TR80) - Initial

Course Aims

The course is intended to provide the delegate with the knowledge and skills required to be competent to carry out the duties of a rail Grinding Operative.

Duration

10 days

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course the delegates will: -

  • Be able to demonstrate a clear understanding of the duties of a Grinding Operative.
  • Be able to demonstrate an understanding of the requirements of Abrasive Wheels for each Grinding Machine
  • Be able to identify the effects of Rolling Contact Fatigue in Plain Line and Switch & Crossings
  • Be able to demonstrate competency in the safety aspects and use of each grinding machine including: -
    • Head grinder (MV3)
    • Rail deburers (MC3)
    • Hand held angle grinders
  • Be able to use relevant track gauges for grinding plain line and switch and crossings
  • Be able to demonstrate an understanding of the Non- Destructive Testing (Magnetic Particle Testing and Liquid Penetrant Testing)
  • Complete grinding works to NR/L2/TRK/001 for plain line and switch and crossing
  • Complete switch blade grinding to TRK/053 repair – Module 4
  • Complete crossing grinding to TRK/1054

Pre Requisite Requirements

The following pre-requisites are required:
• Prior experience in working within the Permanent Way Environment
• A basic knowledge of the track and its components
• Hold a valid certificate in the safe use of Abrasive Wheels in accordance with the PUWER Regulations (1998)
• Manual Handling

PPE Requirements

This course requires the delegate to be on or near the running line and therefore, they MUST be in possession of:-

  • Valid P. T. S. Card
  • High Visibility Flame Retardant Coverall to EN531, EN470 and GO/RT3279
  • Safety Footwear to BS EN ISO 15090:2006 H13 C1 AN-F2A-PPE 3aCAT
  • Safety Helmet (white/blue) to BS EN 397:1995
  • Anti-Vibration Gloves
  • Ear protection to EN352
  • Safety Glasses BS EN 166 and of Optical Class 1 with Impact Resistance B
  • Dust Mask BS EN149 or M3 Air-fed Respirator Safety Mask


The protective equipment must comply with current safety standards.

Certification

A Certificate of Competence will be awarded to the delegate upon successful completion of the course. Certification is valid for 3 years subject to required mentorship.