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Cranes and Slinging

Cranes and Slinging

 

Rigging and Truck Mounted Crane

 

About the Course

 

The basic rigging and dogman course is a required starter course for all other crane courses and the theory for this can be run on the same day as your truck mounted crane theory.

 

Truck mounted knuckle boom cranes (more commonly know by their brand names Palfinger or Hi-ab) and truck mounted telescopic boom cranes (XCMG, Bob-lift) are fast becoming a staple in the transport industry and our training meets or exceeds the minimum standards.

 

When combined, the training will be a minimum of a whole day in the classroom with topics covered including hazard ID and controlling those hazards, selecting and inspecting lifting gear, correct slinging of loads and directing the load, prestart check and correct use of machines.  Both of these courses have a theory and practical part, and for the practical part you will need to provide a machine for a minimum of 2 hours.

 

Drivetech can also offer the intermediate slinging and dogman course (US 3789) which requires up to 2 days in the classroom (experience dependant) and a 3 hour assessment following the training.

 

Unit Standards

 

Unit

Title

Level

Credit

Version

30072

Prepare for and sling regular loads safely

3

14

1

16617

Operate a Truck Loader Crane to lift and Place Loads

3

15

6

3789

Sling varied regular loads and safely direct a crane during crane operations

3

15

9

 

What Will I need?

 

Driver Licence

Proof of pre-requisite if completed elsewhere

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