- APPROVED HOSE SCHEME
- TRAINING PASSPORT
- CLIENT AREA
FOUNDATION SAFETY COURSE
This course has been developed to provide an introduction into hydraulic hose, connectors and the safe assembly of these components for industry use. The course is classroom based, during the day the attendee will gain a knowledge and understanding of safe hose assembly and if applied will only enhance the safety within the hydraulic industry and the attendee.
HOSE ASSEMBLY SKILLS COURSE
The skills course will take the candidate through the many techniques and considerations essential for the safe production of a quality hose assembly and ultimately leading to installation. This two day course involves both the theoretical and practical elements in working with hose and connectors. During the 2 days the attendees will be trained and assessed to an industry level of ability in working with hose and connectors.
HOSE INTEGRITY, INSPECTION & MANAGEMENT
This is the third BFPA training course in the series with the key themes covered during the one-day course include: hose life expectancy; risk analysis; competence by way of a robust competence assurance system; identify, inspect & record; hose register – recording of a hose assembly prior to it going into service; and visual hose assembly (installation) inspection check list. The attendees will be assessed during the day with the appropriate level of pass certification being awarded, e.g. distinction, merit, or pass.
SMALL BORE TUBING INTEGRITY COURSE
This course has been developed by BFPA technical experts to give candidates a valuable understanding of the complexity surrounding small bore tubing and compression fittings, The training course covers generic manufacturers twin ferrule compression fittings, thread awareness, tube and pipe differences and the preparation process, tube manipulation (bending) principles, common installation and routing techniques.