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Power Press Tool Setters

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A practical course designed to improve power press safety

What is the Power Press Tool Setters course?

The two day Power Press Safety training course is designed to enable learners to fully understand and adhere to the legal standards when using Power Press machines and of course to ensure operators are safe at all times.

Why take the Power Press Tool Setters course?


Accident data has shown that poor maintenance has been at the root of about 40 per cent of incidents involving mechanical presses. It’s therefore a statutory requirement that power presses are examined and tested by a competent person before they are put into use for the first time and then every six or twelve months depending on the types of guard fitted. Machine users also have a legal duty to carry out an inspection and test of the safety devices every day the press is used to ensure that it is safe to use.

Why study with RoSPA?


We set the safety standards for high risk machinery operations


Delivered by expert trainers with in-depth knowledge of high risk machinery


Real and practical benefits that delegates take back to their organisation


Flexible study options to suit your needs – including COVID secure classrooms

Who can study the Power Press Tool Setters course?

This power press safety training course is intended for operators and other personnel requiring training under the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998. Delegates should have practical experience of using power press equipment before attending this course.

What does the Power Press Tool Setters course cover?

  • Power press mechanisms and safety devices
  • Safety in press brakes
  • Accident causes and preventative measures
  • Legal requirements
  • Work of the tool setter
  • Tool design and its influence on safety
  • Individual practical instruction

To train delegates in accordance with the Schedule of Training in the Regulations (a specific legal requirement for those undertaking the adjustment and inspection of power press safety devices).