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Appointed Person Crane BS7121- Non CPCS

This is Apponuted Person Crane course is bespoke and is aimed at companies who currently plan safe systems of work using lifting equipment.

It is recommended that prior to attending this course individuals should obtain a copy of BS7121 part 1 plus BS.5744 and a copy of LOLER 98 ACoP.

The aim of this course is to enable delegates to select the overhead crane and lifting accessories and plan lifting operations in accordance with current legislation. Candidates should already be able to identify and implement safe systems of work for lifting operations including writing risk assessments and method statements.

Topics covered during this course include but not exclusive to:

  • Legislation
  • LOLER, PUWER, HASAWA
  • Codes of practice
  • BS7121
  • Roles and responsibilities of personnel involved with lifting operations
  • Crane appreciation
  • Crane types, capabilities and limitations
  • Risk Assessment
  • Crane terminology
  • Documentation and certification for lifting equipment and lifting accessories
  • Safe Working Loads (SWL)
  • Lifting accessories
  • Types of accessories and use
  • Slinging techniques
  • Downrating of accessories
  • Sling angles
  • Communications
  • Planning a lifting operation

Successful candidates will be awarded an FTT certificate of training. Please note that on major construction sites this may not satisfy the training requirements where a CPCS card is required. If you are unsure please call the number shown below for further advice.

Course Type Operator Experience Course Duration Delegates
Appointed Person Overhead Crane Any Level of Experience 2 Days 4 Maximum

 

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Access Platforms (MEWP Training)

Accredited operator training courses on all types and sizes of access platforms certfication is issued by AITT.

Courses cover key safety principles through theory and practical training and provide delegates the relevant skills and knowledge to operate Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWPs) safely and efficiently.

BITA Groups: 1a, 1b, 3a, 3b and PAV

AITT has published a clarification on the M Truck Group Click Here for more information

Course Type Operator Experience Course Duration Delegates
(1a) Static Vertical Any experience 1 Day 6 Maximum
Any experience on two machine types 1 Day 4 Maximum
(1b) Static Boom Any experience 1 Day 6 Maximum
Any experience on two machine types 1 Day 4 Maximum
(3a) Mobile Vertical Any experience 1 Day 6 Maximum
Any experience on two machine types 1 Day 4 Maximum
(3b) Mobile Boom Any experience 1 Day 6 Maximum
Any experience on two machine types 1 Day 4 Maximum
Push Around Vertical (PAV) Any experience 1 Day 6 Maximum
Any experience on two machine types 1 Day 4 Maximum

 

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Jib and Hoist Crane Training

We are able to deliver training on the safe and efficient use ofJib and Hoist Cranes.

Courses are available covering training on wall, floor mounted, fully or partially rotating jib arms.

This training can be delivered throughout the UK by our team of instructors.

Course Content

  • Duties and responsibilities of personnel associated with lifting operations
  • Operator safety during lifting operations in the workplace.
  • Theory of load weight estimation, sling angles safe working loads and working load limits
  • Routine lift planning procedures and documentation
  • Identification and inspection of lifting accessories and equipment
  • Reporting of defects
  • Methods of marking and rating for lifting accessories
  • Pre-use inspection of the  crane and lifting accessories
  • Basic crane controls and movement (Loaded & unloaded, controlling load swing)
  • Practical slinging and movement of workplace loads
  • Selection of lifting accessories for multi-legged lifting operations
  • Use of hand signals and tag lining procedures for directing and controlling loads
  • Landing of loads, sling removal, correct storage and protection of lifting accessories
  • Isolation and parking of he crane

 

Crane Type Operator Experience Course Duration DelegatesPendant
Jib and Hoist Training Novice 1 Day 4 Maximum
Experienced 1/2 Day 4 Maximum
Refresher 1/2 Day 4 Maximum

 

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CAT and Genny Cable Avoidance Training

This course is designed to give candidates the knowledge and understanding they need to operate CAT and Genny equipment safely and accurately, and have anunderstanding of how to acquire service drawings and detect underground service locations successfully. This Cable Avoidance and Service Location (CAT and Genny) training course  is designed for any person working on road construction or maintenance, as well as those involved in surveying or excavating areas where pipes or cables may be hidden underground.

The course covers the following topics:

  • Health and safety legislation
  • Safe working procedures for working in or near underground services
  • CAT and Genny operating principles
  • How to locate underground services
  • Limitations of equipment and services information
  • Maintenance and onsite checks for CAT and Genny equipment
  • Understanding service drawings

In addition, the course features a number of practical training exercises.

A short written paper and assessed practical will be used to measure attainment of objectives.
COURSE TYPE OPERATOR EXPERIENCE COURSE DURATION DELEGATES
CAT and Genny Cable Avoidance Novice/Refresher 1/2 Day 6 Maximum

 

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Fall Protection Equipment Training

This course is designed to familiarise candidates with the correct and safe use of harnesses and associated equipment for fall protection.

The training programme inludes:

• Describe the main legislation that governs work at height.
• A demonstration in the correct method of inspection, storing and maintaining personal protective equipment.
• Harness donning.
• Access ways – protected & unprotected.
• To climb and work at height using lanyards and associated safety equipment.

The course will involve elements of classroom and practical tuition. Emphasis will, at all times, be on practical climbing under the safe supervision of an instructor. Delegates will be continually assessed throughout the course.

A short written paper and assessed climb will be used to measure attainment of objectives.

COURSE TYPE OPERATOR EXPERIENCE COURSE DURATION DELEGATES
Fall Protection Equipment Training Novice/Refresher 1 Day 6 Maximum

 

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Rooftop Safety Awareness

This Rooftop Safety Training courses provides delegates with the knowledge and practical skills to enable them to work on flat roofs in protected and unprotected areas and to work safely in a variety of exposed locations.

The course contents includes

• Legislation when working at height
• Risk Assessment for rooftop working
• Rooftop hazards and control measures
• Safe use of ladders (fixed & portable)
• Edge protection
• Work restraint systems
• Fall arrest systems
• PPE (inspection, use and care)

The course will involves elements of classroom and practical tuition.

 

COURSE TYPE OPERATOR EXPERIENCE COURSE DURATION DELEGATES
Rooftop Safety Training Novice/Refresher 1 Day 6 Maximum

 

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Rooftop Safety Training

This Rooftop Safety Training courses provides delegates with the knowledge and practical skills to enable them to work on flat roofs in protected and unprotected areas and to work safely in a variety of exposed locations.

The course contents includes

• Legislation when working at height
• Risk Assessment for rooftop working
• Rooftop hazards and control measures
• Safe use of ladders (fixed & portable)
• Edge protection
• Work restraint systems
• Fall arrest systems
• PPE (inspection, use and care)

The course will involves elements of classroom and practical tuition.

 

COURSE TYPE OPERATOR EXPERIENCE COURSE DURATION DELEGATES
Rooftop Safety Training Novice/Refresher 1 Day 6 Maximum

 

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ALLMI Slinger/Signaller

The ALLMI Slinger / Signaller course content is very comprehensive and so cardholders are able to use their skills when performing Slinger / Signaller duties with other types of lifting equipment, not just lorry loaders.

The course content includes the following:

  • Legislation
  • Introduction to the Equipment
  • Pre & Post Operational Checks
  • Planning the Lift
  • Use of Lifting Accessories
  • Storage and Maintenance
  • Signaller Duties and Signals
  • Practical Application of Slinging
  • Practical Application of Signalling

The assessment process consists of two theoretical assessments and one practical.

The theoretical assessments consist of a set of multiple choice and ‘open’ questions.

The practical assessment is designed to identify whether the candidate has the appropriate practical skills to perform their duties as a Slinger / Signaller safely and efficiently.

Upon successful completion of the course every candidate will receive an identity card and certificate, and will be registered on the ALLMI database.

The certificate and identity card are valid for five years, after which time refresher training and assessments will need to be undertaken.

Candidates also receive the ALLMI Slinger / Signaller manual, which is used as a reference guide throughout their career.

DCPC Approved Course
As a registered training provider for the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (DCPC), we are able to offer Driver CPC with our Lorry Loader courses,  7 hours is available from each day of training. This provides a cost and time efficient way to complete the 35 hours requirement.  Please contact us for details.

Course Type Operator Experience Course Duration Delegates

ALLMI Slinger / Signaller

Novice 1 Day 4 Maximum
Experienced/Refresher 1 Day 4 Maximum

 

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