This course is designed for people working on sites where cranes is in use. A requirement to communicate with crane operators at a more advanced level, such as with complex loads. This includes building and construction sites, large scale manufacturing and processing operations. Complex loads are also referred to as irregular loads. They have one or more of the following characteristics: unequal weight distribution, eccentric loading, irregular shape and proportions with or without set lifting points.

Sling Complex Loads for Crane Operations

NZQA 3801- Prepare and sling complex loads for crane operations - Level 4, 25 Credits

Unsafe use of crane equipment presents significant risk potential for people and property, more information on Crane Code of practice for Cranes and Crane Operators duties visit Worksafe website.

People who successfully complete this course will meet the requirement of unit standard 3801 (25 credits) and will be able to:

  • Describe the purpose and use of types of lifting equipment.
  • Select lifting equipment and apply sling and lifting gear to the load.
  • Select and apply packing and dunnage to crane lift situations
  • Prepare and sling complex loads
  • Identify factors affecting the safe operation of the crane.

Pre-Requisites

Learners must hold Unit Standards 30072 and 3789 (6 months experience as a dogman advisable). 

If trainees do not hold US 30072 & 3789 we can deliver this units for you.

SPECIAL NOTE

Minimum 28 working days practice on slinging complex or irregular loads.

Sling Complex Loads  Refresher Training

This refresher course will reinforce your working knowledge of crane operations that involve lifting varied regular loads and safely directing cranes during operations. Included are a series of practical exercises. The course also covers any relevant regulations and new developments in the crane industry.

Crane Refresher training is not a legal requirement; however, it is strongly recommended to ensure compliance with the Health & Safety Legislation and its industry "good practice" guidelines.

It is generally seen as good work practice that trainees refresh these unit standards every 3 years.  Duration of this course is 4 hours during the refresher course you will go over the unit Standards and a practical exercise to reinforce the trainee's knowledge on Operating a Crane correctly.  (The practical exercise can be replaced with our Workplace verifier process - This process is simple; a workplace verifier confirms the competency of the learner performing the tasks being refreshed by completing our Attestation form).

Contact our office on 0800 270 959 for more information on Crane Refresher courses.

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Sling Complex Loads for Crane Operations

NZQA 3801- Prepare and sling complex loads for crane operations - Level 4, 25 Credits

Unsafe use of crane equipment presents significant risk potential for people and property, more information on Crane Code of practice for Cranes and Crane Operators duties visit Worksafe website.

People who successfully complete this course will meet the requirement of unit standard 3801 (25 credits) and will be able to:

  • Describe the purpose and use of types of lifting equipment.
  • Select lifting equipment and apply sling and lifting gear to the load.
  • Select and apply packing and dunnage to crane lift situations
  • Prepare and sling complex loads
  • Identify factors affecting the safe operation of the crane.

Pre-Requisites

Learners must hold Unit Standards 30072 and 3789 (6 months experience as a dogman advisable). 

If trainees do not hold US 30072 & 3789 we can deliver this units for you.

SPECIAL NOTE

Minimum 28 working days practice on slinging complex or irregular loads.

Sling Complex Loads  Refresher Training

This refresher course will reinforce your working knowledge of crane operations that involve lifting varied regular loads and safely directing cranes during operations. Included are a series of practical exercises. The course also covers any relevant regulations and new developments in the crane industry.

Crane Refresher training is not a legal requirement; however, it is strongly recommended to ensure compliance with the Health & Safety Legislation and its industry "good practice" guidelines.

It is generally seen as good work practice that trainees refresh these unit standards every 3 years.  Duration of this course is 4 hours during the refresher course you will go over the unit Standards and a practical exercise to reinforce the trainee's knowledge on Operating a Crane correctly.  (The practical exercise can be replaced with our Workplace verifier process - This process is simple; a workplace verifier confirms the competency of the learner performing the tasks being refreshed by completing our Attestation form).

Contact our office on 0800 270 959 for more information on Crane Refresher courses.

 Book Now

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