New fuel removal qualification from AutoDrain

02 Aug 2012 | Fuel Recovery, Fuel Safety, Training

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AutoDrain are pleased to announce that we have expanded our range of training courses to include a QAA Qualification in the Safe Recovery and Storage of Petrol.

This is a brand new qualification for 2012 and it is fully accredited by IMI. Run from AutoDrain’s training centre in Leeds, it will teach you and your staff about the dangers surrounding working with fuel, how to work safely and how to minimise risk. Giving you the best practice possible when conducting the removal of fuel from vehicles.

Even if you are experienced in working with fuel removal, a qualification will refresh your knowledge and provide proof of your competence for insurance, inspection and Health and Safety purposes.

The course will be run in small classes and will combine a theory test and a practical assessment. Contact AutoDrain now for more details and to book your place.

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