Technical Training List

MOBILE CRANE OPERATOR COURSE ATTENDEES
• Experience Operators
• Trainee Operators
• Safety Officers
• Inspectors
• Lifting Equipment Operations Supervisors

COURSE OBJECTIVES
• Candidates shall understand the Hazardous Nature of a Various Types of Mobile Crane, And to Be Familiar with the Requirements Necessary to operate it safely.
• Candidates shall know how to Perform Daily Pre-operational Inspection & How to Avoid Unplanned Occurrences and Accidents.
• Candidates will become with the Characteristics, Operational Modes & Operational Components of These Equipments.
These Objectives Will Be Accomplished In Accordance With Applicable Regulations, Standards, Manufacturer’s Requirements & Recommendation and Acceptable Equipment and Material Handling Practices.

FORKLIFT OPERATOR COURSE ATTENDEES
• Experience Operators
• Trainee Operators
• Safety Officers
• Inspectors
• Lifting Equipment Operations Supervisors

COURSE OBJECTIVES
• Candidates shall understand the Hazardous Nature of a Various Types of Forklift Truck, And to Be Familiar with the Requirements Necessary to operate it safely.
• Candidates shall know how to Perform Daily Pre-operational Inspection & How to Avoid Unplanned Occurrences and Accidents.
• Candidates will become with the Characteristics, Operational Modes & Operational Components of These Equipments.
These Objectives Will Be Accomplished In Accordance With Applicable Regulations, Standards, Manufacturer’s Requirements & Recommendation and Acceptable Equipment and Material Handling Practices.


AERIAL LIFT OPERATOR COURSE ATTENDEES
• Experience Operators
• Trainee Operators
• Safety Officers
• Inspectors
• Lifting Equipment Operations Supervisors

COURSE OBJECTIVES
• Candidates shall understand the Hazardous Nature of a Various Types of Aerial Lift, And to Be Familiar with the Requirements Necessary to operate it safely.
• Candidates shall know how to Perform Daily Pre-operational Inspection & How to Avoid Unplanned Occurrences and Accidents.
• Candidates will become with the Characteristics, Operational Modes & Operational Components of These Equipments.
These Objectives Will Be Accomplished In Accordance With Applicable Regulations, Standards, Manufacturer’s Requirements & Recommendation and Acceptable Equipment and Material Handling Practices.

OVERHEAD CRANE OPERATOR COURSE ATTENDEES
• Experience Operators
• Trainee Operators
• Safety Officers
• Inspectors
• Lifting Equipment Operations Supervisors
• Riggers

COURSE OBJECTIVES
• Candidates shall understand the Hazardous Nature of a Various Types of Overhead Crane, And to Be Familiar with the Requirements Necessary to operate it safely.
• Candidates shall know how to Perform Daily Pre-operational Inspection & How to Avoid Unplanned Occurrences and Accidents.
• Candidates will become with the Characteristics, Operational Modes & Operational Components of These Equipments.
These Objectives Will Be Accomplished In Accordance With Applicable Regulations, Standards, Manufacturer’s Requirements & Recommendation and Acceptable Equipment and Material Handling Practices.

SAFE USE OF LIFTING EQUIPMENT COURSE ATTENDEES
• Experience Operators
• Trainee Operators
• Safety Officers
• Inspectors
• Lifting Equipment Operations Supervisors
• Qualified Riggers
• Qualified Signal Person

COURSE OBJECTIVES
• Candidates shall Understand Safe Use Of All listed Lifting Equipment In The Course Content.
• Understand A Guide to the Safe Use of Lifting Equipment In Accordance To Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) 1998
• Understand Risk Control On Lifting Operations
• Understand Detailed Lifting Operation Plan Table
• Understand all Requirements in accordance to Health and Safety at Work, Outlining the Care, Inspection and Safe Use Based on LEEA Code of Practice for Safe Use of Lifting Equipment.

These Objectives Will Be Accomplished In Accordance With Applicable Regulations, Standards, Manufacturer’s Requirements & Recommendation and Acceptable Equipment and Material Handling Practices. 


QUALIFIED RIGGER COURSE ATTENDEES
• Experience Operators
• Safety Officers
• Inspectors
• Lifting Equipment Operations Supervisors
• Qualified Riggers
• Qualified Signal Person

COURSE OBJECTIVES
• Have received Introduction to Rigging Gear
• Understand Basic Rigging Gear Application
• Understand the difference between Load Rated Vs Non-load Rated Products
• Have basic knowledge of Proper Use and Inspection of Rigging Gears
• Understand Wire Rope Types and Construction Specific to Rigging
• Have a Basic Level Understanding of Wire Rope Inspection
• Understand Much Rigging Capacity Consideration to Help Ensure Safety.
• Have a Basic Level of Understanding of Sling Angle Stress
• Be Able to Read a Bridle Sling Rating Charts

These Objectives Will Be Accomplished In Accordance With Applicable Regulations, Standards, Manufacturer’s Requirements & Recommendation and Acceptable Equipment and Material Handling Practices.

QUALIFIED SIGNAL PERSON COURSE ATTENDEES
• Experience Operators
• Safety Officers
• Lifting Equipment Operations Supervisors
• Qualified Riggers
• Qualified Signal Person

COURSE OBJECTIVES
• The Hazardous Nature during lifting. And To Be Familiar with the Requirements Necessary to work safely.
• How to Perform All Signals (Voice, Hand, Radio, Telephone, e.t.c).
• The Need To Communicate Always With The Operator During Lifting Operations
These Objectives Will Be Accomplished In Accordance With Applicable Regulations, Standards, And Acceptable Equipment And Material Handling Practices.


COMPETENT SCAFFOLDER COURSE ATTENDEES
• Experience Scaffolder
• Safety Officers
• Inspectors

COURSE OBJECTIVES
• Candidates Shall Specify the General Requirements for Frame, Tube & Clamp, and System Scaffolding.
• Determine the Specific Safety Rules and Steps Associated with the Erection of Frame Scaffolding.
• Determine the Specific Safety Rules and Steps Associated with the Erection of Tube & Clamp Scaffolding.
• Determine the Specific Safety Rules and Steps Associated with the Erection of System Scaffolding .
• Identify the Major Items to Consider when Performing a Scaffold Inspection.
• Specify the Major Elements of OSHA's Regulation 29 CFR Subpart L - Scaffolding.

This Course covers the general requirements for frame, tube & clamp, and system type scaffolding. These provide a basic overview of these types of scaffolds.

Also discussion of safety guidelines to consider when planning a scaffold job will follow. Finally, safety guidelines to consider during the scaffold erection are covered. 

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