Operating and Maintaining Clean and Safe Belt Conveyors
Martin Engineering’s Level 2 Foundations™ Operations & Maintenance Workshop teaches plant operations and maintenance personnel (and their managers) about the belt conveyors used in bulk materials handling.
Participants in the Operations & Maintenance Workshop learn how conveyors work, how to make them run better & more efficiently, and how to work safely around them. The concept of “Total Material Control” and how it benefits a plant's operations is highlighted.
Presented as a “live” classroom training session, the workshop is completed in a one-day, six-to-eight-hour training period. A second-day program is available upon request.
The Foundations™ Operations & Maintenance Seminar is intended for operations and maintenance personnel who are charged with working on and around belt conveyors, and for the supervisors and managers of these personnel. The workshop is well suited for 10 to 25 participants with varied job responsibilities and levels of experience.
The Foundations™ Operations & Maintenance Seminar covers the following topics:
- The Importance of Bulk Material Handling
- Conveyor Safety
- Belting: Characteristics and Life Preservation
- Belt Tracking
- Belt Cleaning
- Transfer Points & Loading Zones
- Basic Dust Management
- Return on Investment (ROI) in Conveyor Improvements
With prearrangement, the presentation can be customized to meet attendee-specific requirements and to incorporate local issues and imagery into the discussions.
The Foundations™ Operations and Maintenance Seminar is led by a Martin Engineering employee with significant experience working with belt conveyors.
Participants in the Foundations™ Operations & Maintenance Seminar may qualify for CEUs (Continuing Education Units) or PDHs (Professional Development Hours). The course may qualify for credit in partial completion of Parts 46 or 48 Miner Annual Training Requirement.
Foundations™ Operations & Maintenance Workshop is offered as a “restricted” class at a customer facility, or as a “public” class usually held at a Martin Engineering facility. Costs are determined for the specific session.
Contact Martin Engineering for additional information on costs and scheduling. Phone 800-544-2947 or email email@example.com.