Crane Training Course – Non-Slewing (CN) 

Topics covered on course:

 

  • Calculate safe working loads of fibre, wire and chain slings in straight, reeved and multi-leg configurations
  • Inspect equipment & identify faulty items
  • Correctly care for & store lifting equipment
  • Inspect crane component parts including sheaves, ropes, drums, hooks and anchorage
  • Assess load mass
  • Conduct pre-operational checks
  • Produce a simple job plan
  • Set up, operation and shut down of crane
  • Demonstrate all signals (hand and whistle)
  • Requirements for multi crane lifting
  • Requirements for lifting personnel
  • Use of crane charts
  • This course is also available in a package with other courses – check the packages menu group under Courses.

 

Suitability:

For persons over the age of 18. Students must also be free of any physical or medical condition that may affect the safe operation of a non-slewing Crane, and speak the English language to a level that would ensure safe operation in an Australian workplace.

 

Prerequisites:

Prerequisite unit of competency: None

Prerequisite High Risk Work Licence: None

It is strongly recommended that persons operating any class of crane hold a high risk work licence for Dogging (DG).

 

Outcome:

Statement of Attainment for the nationally recognised unit of competency RIIHAN212A Conduct non-slewing crane operations

High Risk Work Licence class CN: Non-Slewing Mobile Crane Operation (>3 Tonne), issued by WorkCover NSW

 

Duration:

Competency based

Cost: 

Group and package deals available on request

 

 

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