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Online safety and equipment training available from Custom Fluidpower

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Custom Fluidpower  are now offering training courses for the safe maintenance and operation of its hydraulic and pneumatic equipment.  The training courses arrive in advance of the new nationally harmonised work place health and safety legislation and are available in both e-learning and face to face format.  

With the industry’s continuous adoption of new technology, machinery and equipment, especially those with high pressure hydraulic and lubrication systems becomes, the risk of fluid injection injury is increasing.  

Custom Fluid Power Training (CFTP) has launched its online training portal in order to address these safety concerns, with the aim of increasing safety during operation and maintenance of hydraulic and pneumatic equipment.  

The online portal has been launched with the Introduction to Fluid Power e-learning training course.  This course covers Fluid Power Basic Principles, Safety and MDG41, and is aimed at fitters or engineers with limited or no experience of fluid power.    

Additional e-learning modules of the Introduction to Fluid Power course are in the process of being developed and will be released shortly.  

The Introduction to Fluid Power Training Course can also be conducted as a two day face to face course, delivered on-site or at CFPT’s facilities.  The safety training course can be run for groups of 8 to 10 people and utilises dedicated hydraulic simulators for hands on learning.  

Custom Fluidpower has trainers located throughout Australia and they have put their knowledge and experience into developing these training packages that are in line with current industry best practice.  The training courses are also aligned to national standards and compliant with MDG41. 

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