In cooperation with the ASME Continuing Education Institute the bolting experts at Hytorc present the definitive course on
Bolting Principles And Practices Per ASME PCC-1-2013
- Houston, TX, Oct 29, 2015 - Oct 30, 2015
- New Orleans, LA, Dec 10, 2015 - Dec 11, 2015
ONLINE BOLTING-BASICS COURSE
TARGET AUDIENCE: NOVICE BOLTERS AND AS A REFRESHER COURSE
COURSE CONTENT: BASIC PRINCIPLES, SAFETY, TOOL OPERATION
TIME-COST-PLACE: 3-HOURS, $30 PER STUDENT, ONLINE ANYWHERE
- Partner with Louisiana Safety Council
- Familiarization for New Hires
- Review and Refresher Training for Operators Anywhere the Internet is Available
- Certificate and record of course completion from Hytorc
Principles of Safe Bolting
This course is a 2-part course that includes the following:
Part 1 (Web-based) – HYTORC: Principles of Safe Bolting: A Review of Tools and Methods uses high-quality
graphics, animation, and video to introduce you to principles of bolted joints, the proper handling of tools, and some
of the best methods for achieving good results while staying SAFE! Follow along as Bubba the Bolt guides you through
the following topics:
- Introduction to bolting concepts
- Bolted joints
- Tightening with torque
- Tool operation
TIME-COST-PLACE: 1-Hour, 45 Minutes, $7 per student.
For questions regarding Part 1, contact Alliance Safety Council at 877-345-1252.
Register online at www.alliancesafetycouncil.org
Part 2 (Instructor-led) – HYTORC: Safe Bolting Hands-On Training: uses a hands-on approach to teach you how to
safely operate hydraulic tools and pumps and to recognize specific safety concerns associated with the use of hydraulic
wrenches and high-pressure hydraulic systems.
TARGET AUDIENCE: First-line mechanical operators (millwrights, pipe fitters, and those from other disciplines who deal with mechanical joints as part of their daily work) and those who supervise their work.
TIME-COST-PLACE: The hands-on course can be scheduled at a central location and is approximately 2 hours in length.
Click here to schedule a Part 2 class.
Students have 30 days to complete the hands-on training after taking the computer-based training (CBT). The instructor
will verify that the CBT has been taken before class begins. If a student takes the hands-on training prior to taking the
CBT, the CBT portion of the training must be taken within 7 days to fulfill the requirements of the course.
Tool Handling & Bolting Training
HYTORC DOES NOT SELL A TOOL WITHOUT TRAINING!
Tool handling and bolting training can be arranged with one of our local Hytorc representatives. This is true whether your tools are Hytorc's or not. Please contact a local rep and they will be glad to come and help you.