Course Code: CRC
Course Duration: 1-5 Days
Who Should Attend?
Potential and existing operators who have received no formal instruction and those requiring refresher training.
To prepare delegates to recognise the importance of accepting and dispersing vehicles in a safe and efficient manner.
Recognise the significant risks and be able to give clear and precise signals to vehicles.
- Operating the crane safely.
- Responding to recognised crane signals accurately.
- Correct positioning of the crane.
- Altering jib lengths and associated safety devices.
- Routine maintenance and minor adjustments.
- Safe load indicators and duties charts.
- Chains, slings and lifting gear.
- Crane capabilities and safety precautions.
- Basic theory of power units, transmission systems and control system.
- Understanding and interpreting duties charts.
- Understanding how to programme safe load indicators.
- The effects of radius change on the safe working capacity.
- Statutory regulations and Codes of Practice applicable to lifting operations.
- Effects of shock loading on structural strength, stability and load displacement.
- Principles of safe slinging and the types and capacities of chains, slings and lifting gear.
- Practical/hands on.
Methods of Assessment
- Practical test.
- Written test.