This anchor bolt installation course teaches technicians to install BS EN795 Type A anchor bolts and be able to certificate and test.
This working at heights course will cover correct installation, testing and certifying of chemically fixed and mechanical anchors in accordance with BS7883 and BS EN795.
Includes: use of equipment during training. Price includes VAT.
- Assessment: written question paper and practical examination.
- Course Duration: 2 days.
- Revalidation period: Certification valid for 3 years.
- BS EN795 1997 – Personal Protection against falls from height – Type A Anchor bolts
- BS 7883 2005 – Code of Practice for design, selection, installation, use and maintenance of anchor devices
- BS 8610 – Personal Fall Protection Equipment – Specification
- IRATA ICOP – Annex F – Safety considerations when installing or placing anchor devices for use in rope access
- Working at Height Regulations 2005
- Workplace – Health, Safety and Welfare Regulations 1992
- Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998
- Selection and types of anchor devices
- Method of fixing – resin & mechanical
- Location of anchors
- Structure requirements
- Testing and equipment
- Anchor bolt identification tag information
- Anchor bolt certification and information to be supplied to the client
- Equipment used for installation and testing
- Use of PPE whilst installing anchors
- Understand and use equipment for the installation of anchors
- Understand and carry out structural tests of the base material
- Understand the importance of correct installation of anchors in terms of drilling and preparing the holes for the anchor inserts.
- Carry out an installation of anchor resin eye bolts
- Carry out a pull test after installation
- Carry out a thorough examination and re-test of anchors
- Understand the installation of anchor posts and Mushroom Type Anchor devices and testing
- Understand the installation of inclined roof anchors and testing
- Understand and use a Hydrajaws pull testing device with load bridge
- Understand and use a load cell for pull testing / weight loading of anchor devices