https://www.safetyvideos.com/Acid_Battery_Safety_Training_Video_p/9028a.htm This training video will show viewers how to safely charge acid batteries. Large batteries are used to power forklifts, pallet jacks and other important pieces of equipment. This battery charging safety video will help keep your workers safe while they are either filling acid batteries, or charging them. This video also teaches how to safely use jumper cables on an acid battery.
Women Only Motorcycle Training Charity Ride 2018
https://womt.co.uk & https://rmtnet.co.uk
Women Only Motorcycle Training (WOMT for short), recently organised and hosted a motorcycle charity ride for Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust on Sunday 07 October 2018..
The charity was chosen by Claire Flatt, a friend of owner Laura, who has both 2b cervical cancer and stage 3 breast cancer, both primaries – she was diagnosed at just 33. Claire decided to set her friends and family challenges to help raise money for both Cancer Research and Macmillan, both had been pivotal in her care and treatment. Originally, hoping to raise £5k, she has now reached over a staggering £22k.
Being such a positive and strong woman Claire inspired Laura to get involved and try and raise some money too. Claire chose the charity Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, hoping that by raising awareness and educating local women in the community more of them would attend their smears. Shockingly smear test attendance is down in the West Midlands and yet it’s benefits can detect early signs of cervical cancer and even prevent the cancer from developing.
On the day over 85 bikes attended the ride out on one of sunniest day in October, from learners to advanced riders and everything in-between. Each bike paid £10 and raffle tickets were purchased by riders on the day, for prizes including Advanced Training days donated by RMT Motorcycle Training, Sports Bike Shop vouchers, battery chargers, hoodies, bike jackets and much more.
For those that couldn’t attend, WOMT set up a JustGiving page and for every person that donated £5 they were also entered into the raffle. Overall an astonishing £2,311.05 was raised, all of which will be going to Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust.
Did you purchase a raffle ticket or donate on the JustGiving page? Why not take a look at our prize draw video, to see if you or a friend has won a fabulous prize!
WOMT would like to thank the following companies for donating prizes:
RMT Motorcycle Training – Redditch
Devitt Insurance – London
Bikers Wear – Birmingham
Bikers Paradise – Coventry
Arden Motorcycles – Alcester
Motorcycle Live – MCIA
he MUS 4.3 TEST&CHARGE (Part No. 56-959) combines an advanced micro-processor controlled battery charger with a battery and alternator test function to provide the ultimate in battery testing, charging and maintenance.
Find Out More at: http://www.dfs-web.com/default/ctek-battery-charger-mus-4-3-test-charge-part-number-56-959.html
Preview the full “Forklifts: Inspect, Recharge, Refuel” training program here: http://ecom.training.dupont.com/FRK014-DVD-ENG(CoastalU)/SE/en-US/ProductDetails_us/Forklifts-training.aspx?cid=ytb.frk014
Our “Forklifts: Inspect, Recharge, Refuel” video and online training course go beyond operational forklift training to give employees an in-depth look at the importance of and steps for performing a pre-operational inspection. It also shows how to charge and change a battery and outlines the hazards associated with refueling gas, diesel or LPG engines.
Available as an online training course, DVD and streaming video.
Do you know that you can receive electrical training free of charge in the military, as well as earn good money to do it? Even though it’s very comparable to going through a civilian apprenticeship with the NJATC or an electric firm sponsored apprenticeship, the big difference is that you’ll get paid a great deal more in the armed service. You are going to also be compensated with many excellent benefits if you choose to continue with the military after you’ve concluded your military services electrician apprenticeship.
The great thing about having your electrician training in the armed forces is that you are able to easily apply the relevant skills you’ve practiced to a civilian position once you’ve concluded your essential military service. Being a armed forces electrician, you’re going to find it simple getting the journeyman electrician permit or possibly a master electrician certificate, contingent on your level of experience in the field. Additionally, your skills and experience as an armed service electrician is going to be really valued by any would-be employer.
Tips On How To Be Eligible For Military Electrician Training
To qualify for an armed forces electrician apprenticeship, you’ll have to take the ASVAB. This assessment will establish if you possess the talent for the electrician MOS.
Once you’ve taken the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery exam and obtained your certification for the electrical MOS, you can pick from these military electrical programs:
1. The United States Army
The United States Army has the Interior Electrician military occupational specialty. As an Army electrician, you are going to be the one putting in and maintaining all of the Army’s internal electric structures.
2. The United States Air Force
The U.S. Air Force provides the Electrical Systems military occupational specialty. Being an Air Force electrician, your primary responsibility is to deploy, service and repair the elaborate electric networks in Air Force installations and bases.
3. The United States Navy
The U.S. Navy has the Construction Electrician military occupational specialty. As a Navy electrician, you will be building, servicing and operating the energy production and electrical transmission devices on Navy bases and installations.
4. The United States Marines
The U.S. Marines offer the Electrician military occupational specialty. Being a Marines electrician, you’ll be tasked with fitting, operating, maintaining and repairing power distribution devices for troops that are stationed in the region.
While every one of these programs are excellent, the U.S. Navy apprenticeship program in particular comes strongly recommended by veteran electricians in the field as the best choice.