Understand the key health and safety aspects of slinging and landing loads, and the importance of providing clear directions to the crane operator, in this one day training course.
Site and assistant site managers
Materials controllers, forklift truck operators, labourers and roofing joiners.
Please note this is a mixture of classroom and practical training, a suitable construction site will be required to complete the course.
How to check lifting equipment for defects
Attaching lifting equipment to the load
How to provide direction to the crane operator
Types of slings, testing and defects
Landing the load safely at its destination.
Gain knowledge on the use of different types of lifting accessories
Get practical experience on slinging and signalling activities
Become more confident when slinging loads and directing crane operators.
Prices are exclusive of VAT
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