Small engine maintenance

Small Engine Maintenance

If you have any blowers, chainsaws, lawn mowers that won't start call Train Safe NT and we could run a course on small engine maintenance.  This course will help your staff to fix or look after machinery, checking the oil and cleaning air filters make a big difference to a chainsaw.  This courses is designed to help you to learn how to maintain small engines.

Small Engine Maintenance

This course is nationally recognised throughout Australia

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About the course

Broken wiper snipers usually just need a little care clean fuel, clean air filter and clean spark plugs will make a big difference.  Imagine if your staff could look after the lawn mowers it would save you allot of time.  Oil in the two stroke mix goes along way!  This two (2) day course is Nationally Accredited and can be delivered at an Aboriginal community.  Give us a call to discuss training options.  

What will I learn?

  • Any broken chainsaw, blowers, wiper snippers, lawn mowers
  • Spark plugs
  • Two stroke, four stroke
  • Grease guns, blades, air filters, fuel filters
  • Battery maintenance
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Basic machinery maintenance
  • Keeping a clean workshop
  • Hazards
  • Oil in two strokes
  • Fuel mixes
  • Safety guards on mowers
  • Flat tyres
  • Employee’s responsibilities under the Workplace Health and Safety Act

Units of Competencies can be: AHCCMOM101 Assist with routine maintenance of machinery and equipment and/or AHCMOM204 Undertake operational maintenance of machinery.