1. According to PUWER 1998, identify the three main factors to consider to ensure a work equipment is suitable for the work.

  2. Outline the requirements of Regulation 10 of PUWER 1998

  3. Identify the purpose of CE marking

  4. Why it is important to consider ergonomic, anthropometric and human reliability considerations.

  5. Identify the purpose of BS EN ISO 13857: 2008

  6. What should be the height of a protective barrier if the distance from the danger zone (Friction & abrasion hazards) is only 1.1m.

  7. Identify the range of factors that should be considered when carrying out risk assessments for the use of work equipment.

  8. Identify the risk control hierarchy relating to work equipment.

  9. Identify the three main maintenance management strategies

  10. Identify the range of factors to be considered when determining planned preventative maintenance.

  11. Identify the factors to be considered when determining the frequency of maintenance.

  12. Identify the advantages of non-destructive testing

  13. Identify the disadvantages of non-destructive testing.

  14. Outline the difference between training and competence

  15. Identify the circumstances when training is likely to be required.

  16. Identify the groups of people having specific training needs.

  17. Identify the relationship between competence, external and self-supervision.

  18. Identify the specific requirements for safe operation of power presses.

  19. Define the term pressure system.

  20. Outline the requirements of Regulation 9 of PSSR 2000

  21. Explain the mechanisms of mechanical failures in pressure systems that lead to a loss of containment.

  22. Identify relevant cases relating to fatigue failure

  23. What do you understand by brittle fracture.

  24. What do you understand by hydrogen attack.

  25. Identify relevant case studies relating to corrosive failure.

  26. Identify the additional contributory factors influencing failure of pressure systems.

  27. Identify the information that should present on a pressure system.