Train Your Blasting Operators

Trained operators are more motivated, blast better, give you a better quality job and achieve more every day.

Train your operators in correct techniques by explaining:

  1. The specification
  2. The theory of how to blast
  3. What you are trying to do to the surface
  4. A brief outline of the techniques of how to blast
  5. How to get the right profile
  6. How to get the correct surface cleanliness

Having trained operators wins all the way around. It means they ask the foreman less questions, they get on with the job and they take ownership in the whole project. Every way you look at it, training operators wins hands down.

Blast Training Classroom

Why You Should Train Your Employees

  1. Good for your workers
    Training has many benefits for your staff:
    • They acquire new skills, increasing their contribution to the business and building their self-esteem.
    • The training they receive can take them into other positions within the business - positions with better prospects and/or better pay.
    • They're upskilled to do new and different tasks, which keeps them motivated and fresh.
    • They're being trained on your time, they see that you value them and regard them as worthy investments.
  2. Good for your business
  3. Training can improve business performance, profit and staff morale.
    Advantages to your business include:
    • You choose from our extensive offering as to what new skills your workforce gains, targeting the skills to meet the specific needs of your operation.
    • Training your staff will result in better customer service, better work safety practises and productivity improvements.
    • Demonstrate to your workforce that you value them enough to invest in them, improving loyalty and staff retention. In turn, retention is a saving to you.
  4. Good enough
    Every employee must receive from an employer, sufficient instruction, practical and theoretical workplace training. There are many national competencies for the Surface Preparation Industry, however none may be an exact fit to your specific project (that is why there is an individual work-site induction course for every job site!).