Crane Driving and Slinging

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EEF offers their products as a default in the following regions: Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Coventry, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Sheffield

Description

This course is designed to ensure all legal aspects are covered and to train suitable candidates to operate crane and slinging equipment to meet with current legislation.

Who should attend the Crane Driving and Slinging course?

Crane drivers, slingers and any other personnel concerned with safe operation and use of crane and tackle.

How is the Crane Driving and Slinging course structured?

On company premises and use of company's crane/equipment with a maximum of 4 delegates attending.

Key topics in the Crane Driving and Slinging course

  • Legislation relating to crane driving and slinging LOLER Regs.1998. PUWER Regs.1998
  • Safety codes of practice for various types of cranes; Pendant, Ov…

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This course is designed to ensure all legal aspects are covered and to train suitable candidates to operate crane and slinging equipment to meet with current legislation.

Who should attend the Crane Driving and Slinging course?

Crane drivers, slingers and any other personnel concerned with safe operation and use of crane and tackle.

How is the Crane Driving and Slinging course structured?

On company premises and use of company's crane/equipment with a maximum of 4 delegates attending.

Key topics in the Crane Driving and Slinging course

  • Legislation relating to crane driving and slinging LOLER Regs.1998. PUWER Regs.1998
  • Safety codes of practice for various types of cranes; Pendant, Overhead and mobile equipment.
  • Use of chain and rope slings/sling identification.
  • Eye bolts, shackles, etc.
  • Correct slinging techniques
  • Estimation of weight to be lifted
  • Use of load charts
  • Use of crane controls
  • Safe transportation of loads
  • Hand signals
  • Theory test and practical assessment
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