Learn the key health and safety aspects of slinging and landing loads, including the importance of providing clear directions to the crane operator during a lifting operation in this two day training course.
You will develop and improve your ability to safely control site and delivery vehicles on a working construction site. You’ll also gain a better understanding of the types of plant vehicles required, and levels of competence.
Site managers, assistant site managers
Forklift truck operators
Practical knowledge on using sling and signal loads using a crane
Be able to identify different lifting equipment, including accessories
How to control and communicate with the crane operator
The common defects found in timber frame construction
The most common areas of claims
Day 2 is a practical demonstration, and a crane of approximately 20-25ft should be ordered and full PPE is needed.
Gain knowledge on the role of the ‘banksman’ and use of different types of lifting accessories
Get practical experience of positioning (banking) cranes and equipment on site
Get practical experience on slinging and signalling activities.
Prices are exclusive of VAT
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Covers the management of lifting operations, in particular with reference to health and safety, and Regulation 8 (Organisation of Lifting Operations) of the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER).LEARN MORE
This course provides a understanding of health and safety issues when it comes to lifting operations, and how to comply with Regulation 8 (Organisation of Lifting Operations) of the Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER).LEARN MORE