LTC Inspection Awareness Course
Our tailor-made Inspection Awareness Course puts you and your
teams in the position of an LTC Inspection Engineer for the day and
this helps to understand:
Why we inspect amusement devices
How we inspect
What we expect to see and what we look for
What factors affect visual inspection
What information is available to help
The course is designed
specifically for theme park and fairground staff. For those wishing to become
ride inspectors themselves, please contact
regarding required qualifications, experience and rules for registration. The
course, whilst providing useful information, does NOT train ride inspectors.
Why participate on
The Inspection Awareness Course is tailor-made for those
in the leisure industry; specifically, it helps to address many issues
relating to amusement device inspection. In accordance with
Fairground and Amusement Parks: Guidance on Safe
Fairground and Amusement Park
and structures -Safety
must provide adequate information and training to all employees.
Training should be appropriate to the risks and given in a way that
people can understand..."
importance of daily checks, maintenance and inspection programmes
and the need for competence in the work to be done..."
should be competent to carry out safety related tasks..."
that each attraction has a daily check before it is used by the
As well as helping you to fulfil your
obligations under the current safety legislation, our course is
beneficial to you in everyday life as part of the industry.
all have a moral obligation to safety; the LTC Inspection Awareness
Course helps you to seek out
problems before they happen, and encourages proper ride monitoring
and comprehensive preventative maintenance.
In addition, the course includes many
examples of failure and the reasons why we inspect, what we look
for and includes information and where to go for
The course has introduced new ideas and promoted discussion and
new ways of thinking with participants, which has led to a more
pro-active approach when they return to site
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Who should participate?
Our course has been
designed to appeal and apply to almost anyone working with amusement devices,
multiple-choice question paper is administered at the end of the
The course has been developed for class sizes
between 2-8 people. We can conduct the course on site or, if
you prefer, training facilities are available at LTC
duration of the course is one day, with a lunch break and two ten-minute coffee
breaks. A full set of course notes will be provided.
HSG175 Fairground and Amusement Parks, Guidance on Safe
Fairground and Amusement Park machinery and structures
of the World: we can advise dependent on your country.
If you require any further information about the Inspection Awareness Course
Website: Submitting a Course Enquiry
All levels of management
Engineering personnel (electrical and mechanical)
Health & Safety Officers