Small Plant & Training

These small plant tools are commonly used by, and are specific to, the rail industry. Up to two items of equipment can be trained per training session (mix and match).

Small Plant & Training Courses

Cable Avoidance Tools & Generator (CAT & GENNY)

A one-day course to give the delegate a better knowledge and understanding of how to use the Cable Avoidance Tool (CAT) and associated Signal Generator (GENNY) and an opportunity to practice setting up and using them in a risk-free environment. The course includes both classroom sessions with demonstrations and practical exercises. Individual practical and theory-based assessments are undertaken on completion of course.

Disc Cutter

A one-day course to give the delegate a better knowledge and understanding of how to safely use a disc cutter, and an opportunity to practice setting up and using one in a risk-free environment. The course includes both classroom sessions with demonstrations and practical exercises. Individual practical and theory-based assessments are undertaken on completion of course.

Hand Held & Rail Drills

A one-day course to give the delegate a better knowledge and understanding of how to safely use both hand-held and rail-mounted drills, and an opportunity to practice setting up and using them in a risk-free environment. The course includes both classroom sessions with demonstrations and practical exercises. Individual practical and theory-based assessments are undertaken on completion of course.

Impact Wrench

A one-day course to give the delegate a better knowledge and understanding of how to safely use an impact wrench, and an opportunity to practice setting up and using one in a risk-free environment. The course includes both classroom sessions with demonstrations and practical exercises. Individual practical and theory-based assessments are undertaken on completion of course.

Small Plant & Tools

A three-day course to give the delegate a better knowledge and understanding of how to safely use a range of small plant tools, and an opportunity to practice setting up and using them in a risk-free environment. The course includes both classroom sessions with demonstrations and practical exercises. Individual practical and theory-based assessments are undertaken on completion of course.