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Safe Crane Operator (Mobile, Lorry Loader, Tower, Overhead, Gantry, Jib, Pipe Layer) Training Assessment Course

Mobile Crane Operator Assessment Course

Lifting Operations & Cargo Handling

Mobile Crane Operator Assessment Course

Introduction:

This course is designed for construction site and industrial yards’ operators who utilize different types of cranes in building, civil engineering and mechanical activities. This Course will be useful for construction employers as it enables them to fulfill training obligations set by the Ministry of Labour. The course has been produced to applicable International Standards (BS, OSHA etc.), Regulations (LOLER, PUWER ETC.) and Local Legislation reflecting construction Industry and oil & gas (offshore/onshore) best practices.

Benefits of the Course:

After completing the training successfully, the delegates will be able to acquire the following practical knowledge & skills; Understanding of the different types of lifting appliances & lifting accessories (loose gear), SWL, WLL, required PPEs, load weight calculation, center of gravity, lifting point, lifting gears selection, inspection, types of hitches, sling angle, lifting area safety checks, rigging good & bad practices. A knowledge of different types of cranes, general maintenance, crane operator manual and logbook, limit switches, load indicator, capacity chart and range diagram.

There are a number of risks associated with the use of cranes throughout its life cycle from its arrival on site, during the erection of the crane, during use and then finally when it is being dismantled or removed from site. Moving large, heavy loads is crucial to today’s manufacturing and construction industries. Much technology has been developed for these operations, including careful training and extensive workplace precautions. There are significant safety issues to be considered, both for the operators of the diverse “lifting” devices, and for workers in proximity to them. This course is a starting point for finding information about these devices and their operation.

Course Content:

SECTION-1

• Course introduction
• SWL & WLL
• Load weight calculations
• Centre of gravity
• Lifting tackle types & inspection areas
• Types of Lifting Accessories (Loose gear)
• Wire Rope
• Shackles
• Turn Buckle
• Chain Hoist
• Plate Clamp
• Application of Magnetic Lifters
• Synthetic Web Slings
• Types of Hitches
• Single Vertical Hitch
• Bridle Hitch
• Basket Hitch
• Choker Hitch
• Angles of lifting
• Multi-leg sling method of rating
• Rigging equipment “good & bad practices”
• Hand signals

SECTION-2

• Mobile Crane types
• Operation manual & logbook
• Crane set up
• Load rating chart
• Lifting areas diagram
• The range diagrams
• Automatic safe load indicator
• Lifting Operation
• Positioning of Crane
• Manufacturer’s Commands
• Ground Conditions
• Maintenance
• Site Safety
• Working with crane; Good & bad
practices
• Tendum Lifting
• Power lines safety
• Advises

Course Duration:

One (01) Day – Theory & Assessment

Participants:

Max. 15 – Min. 05

Pre-requisites:

Familiarity with crane operation and construction site/industrial yard activities is required for course attendees.

Course Venue:

Courses are held at the RICI Training Center but alternatively can be held at a client’s premises and tailored to the client’s needs and convenience. For tailored courses, the numbers will be dependent on facilities available.

Delegate Assessment:

Delegates will be assessed based on their progress throughout the course and a certificate of competence will be issued to delegates deemed to have achieved a satisfactory standard.

Overhead Crane Operator Assessment Course

Introduction:

This course is designed for construction site and industrial yards’ operators who utilize different types of tower cranes in building, civil engineering and mechanical activities. This Course will be useful for construction employers as it enables them to fulfill training obligations set by Ministry of Labour. The course has been produced to applicable International Standards (BS, OSHA etc.), Regulations (LOLER, PUWER ETC.) and Local Legislation reflecting construction Industry and oil & gas (offshore/onshore) best
practices.

Benefits of Course:

After completing the training successfully, the delegates will be able to acquire the following practical knowledge & skills; Understanding of the different types of lifting appliances & lifting accessories (loose gear), SWL, WLL, required PPEs, Load weight calculation, center of gravity, lifting point, lifting gears selection, inspection, types of hitches, sling angle, lifting area safety checks, rigging good & bad practices. A knowledge of different types of Tower Cranes, current Legislation, general maintenance, crane operator manual and logbook, limit switches, load indicator, capacity chart and range diagram.

Course Content:

SECTION-1

• Course introduction
• SWL & WLL
• Load weight calculations
• Centre of gravity
• Lifting tackle types & inspection areas
• Types of Lifting Accessories (Loose gear)
• Wire Rope
• Shackles
• Turn Buckle
• Chain Sling
• Plate Clamp
• Synthetic Web Slings
• Types of Hitches
• Single Vertical Hitch
• Bridle Hitch
• Basket Hitch
• Choker Hitch
• Angles of lifting
• Multi-leg sling method of rating
• Rigging equipment “good & bad practices”
• Hand signals

SECTION-2

• Crane classification
• Crane types
• Electrification
• Trolley types
• Cab controllers
• Crane terminology
• Hoist assembly
• Limit switches
• Trolley controllers
• Bridge controllers
• Three movement coordination
• Safe Use of Magnetic Lifters
• Types of Magnetic Lifters
• Principles for selection of Magnetic Lifters
• Installation & commissioning of Magnetic
Lifters
• Marking Storage & handling of Magnetic
Lifters
• In service through examination &
Maintenance
• Pre operation checks

Course Duration:

One (01) Day – Theory & Assessment

Participants:

Max. 15 – Min. 05

Pre-requisites:

Familiarity with crane operation and construction site/industrial yard activities is required for course attendees.

Course Venue:

Courses are held at RICI Training centre but alternatively can be held at client’s premises and tailored for client needs and convenience. For tailored courses, the numbers will be dependent on facilities available.

Delegate Assessment:

Delegates will be assessed based on their progress throughout the course and a certificate of competence will be issued to delegates deemed to have achieved a satisfactory standard.

Tower Crane Operator Assessment Course

Introduction:

This course is designed for construction site and industrial yards operators who utilize different types of Tower cranes in building, civil engineering and mechanical activities. This Course will be useful for construction employers as it enables them to fulfill training obligations set by Ministry of Labour. The course has been produced to applicable International Standards (BS, OSHA etc.), Regulations (LOLER, PUWER ETC.) and Local Legislation reflecting construction Industry and oil & gas (offshore/onshore) best practices.

Benefits of Course:

After completing the training successfully, the delegates will be able to acquire the following practical knowledge & skills; Understanding of the different types of lifting appliances & lifting accessories (loose gear), SWL, WLL, required PPEs, Load weight calculation, center of gravity, lifting point, lifting gears selection, inspection, types of hitches, sling angle, lifting area safety checks, rigging good & bad practices. A knowledge of different types of Tower Cranes, current Legislation, general maintenance, crane operator manual and logbook, limit switches, load indicator, capacity chart and range diagram.

Course Content:

SECTION-1

• Course introduction
• SWL & WLL
• Load weight calculations
• Centre of gravity
• Lifting tackle types & inspection areas
• Types of Lifting Accessories (Loose gear)
• Wire Rope
• Shackles
• Turn Buckle
• Chain Sling
• Plate Clamp
• Synthetic Web Slings
• Types of Hitches
• Single Vertical Hitch
• Bridle Hitch
• Basket Hitch
• Choker Hitch
• Angles of lifting
• Multi-leg sling method of rating
• Rigging equipment “good & bad practices”
• Hand signals

SECTION-2

• Tower crane identification
• Crane equipment records
• Crane tower types
• Crane jib types
• Types of bases
• Crane mounting types
• Crane limit switches
• Crane brakes
• Crane safety features
• Crane operator controls
• Crane load chart
• Crane operator precautions
• Unattended crane
• Case study

Course Duration:

One (01) Day – Theory & Assessment

Participants:

Max. 15 – Min. 05

Pre-requisites:

Familiarity with crane operation and construction site/industrial yard activities is required for course attendees

Course Venue:

Courses are held at RICI Training center but alternatively can be held at client’s premises and tailored for client needs and convenience. For tailored courses, the numbers will be dependent on facilities available.

Delegate Assessment:

Delegates will be assessed based on their progress throughout the course and a certificate of competence will be issued to delegates deemed to have achieved a satisfactory standard.

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