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NETA Training Group Lifting and rage Courses 21/10/09 This information was correct at the time of publication os & & ° % CONTENTS Introduction Lifting and Slinging Basic Rigging skills Advanced Rigging Skills Rigging Refresher Lifting Gear Inspection Slinging, Signalling & General Rigging Duties Slinger/Signaller (CITB Approved) Management of Safe Lifting Pendant Crane Crane Supervisors LOLER Regulations Machine Safety PUWER and LOLER Meeting the needs and expectations of service users is of the highest priority to our staff. Therefore if you have any concerns or wish to make a comment about the service please contact: Barbara Seddon email b.seddon@neta.co.uk Training Facilities at NETA Lirtinc & SLINGING CouRSE Course Reference: CP - 6002 AM The aim of the course is to enhance skills, enabling tasks to be performed by lifting and slinging components and equipment in a safe and correct manner PRreE-REQUISITE A knowledge of the environment in which the participant performs his/her duties. Course OBJECTIVES At the conclusion of this course the delegate will be capable of correctly and safely: * Selecting and using chains and chain slings * Selecting and using wire rope slings * Using "Safe Working Load’ Charts * Slinging and moving loads * Working with cranes * Calculating the weights and centres of gravity of loads and taking these factors into account of slinging and moving same They will also have a working knowledge of all relevant current legislation relating to lifting and slinging and of general site and workshop safety standards They will be familiar with lifting tackle inspection, maintenance and storage proce- dures. Course DURATION The course will be of a duration agreed with the client. ASSESSMENT The learner will be assessed by means of a written test. Basic RiccinG SkiLLs Course Course Reference: CP - 6014 Aim This is a basic rigging course designed to suit the requirements of trainees who have limited or no knowledge of Rigging, Lifting and Slinging Techniques. Pre-REQUISITE No previous experience required. Course OBJECTIVES On completion of this course the trainee will be capable of: + Identifying basic equipment used in rigging + Using safely and effectively basic items of rigging equipment + Being aware of the statutory requirements and regulations regarding rigging equipment together with the trainees obligations to Site Safety and the Health & Safety at Work Act * Inspecting wire ropes, chains and other items of rigging equipment ° Calculations required in rigging to include weight calculation, required angles, amounts of wire/rope/chain required for specific lift, how to use sling charts * Typing knots, bends and hitches * Liting safely both out of balance loads, balanced loads and tandem ifting Course DURATION The duration of this course is five days. ASSESSMENT The learner will be assessed by means of a written test. ADVANCED RIGGING SKILLS CouRSE Course Reference: CP - 6015 Alm The aim of this course is designed to be final course and test for trainees who have had at least one years experience of rigging/erecting work on site after attending a course of Basic Rigging instruction. Pre-REQUISITE Site experience plus attendance on the Basic Rigging Course. Course OBJECTIVES On completion of the training course the trainee should be capable of: * Identifying and selecting the correct wire, rope or chain for the task in hand * Inspecting wire rope and chain slings * Calculations involved in Rigging * The safety precautions when lifting heavy objects or off centre lifts * Transferring loads and using special lifting attachments * Using winches and snatch blocks Course DuraTION The course will be of five days duration and will be held in NETA's Training Centre or on Client's premises. ASSESSMENT The trainee will be assessed by a written test and practical exercises RicGinc REFRESHER CouRSE Course Reference: CP - 6016 Aim The aim of the course is to refresh and update the knowledge of Rigging Personnel with regard to the current relevant Rigging Regulations and Practices of the Construction Industry. PRE-REQUISITE Previous knowledge of Rigging Techniques. OBJECTIVES On successful completion of the course the candidate will be able to: - % Be aware of the relevant regulations currently in use on Construction Sites... ‘Having a working knowledge of the correct use of chains, wire ropes and other lifting aids used in various lifling techniques ‘+ Having a working knowledge in the use of iting and rigging out of balance loads. * Performing simple calculations used in lifting and rigging ‘The document control required for lifting equipment. Course DuRATION The course will be of a duration required by the client, commensurate with their employees experience. ASSESSMENT The trainee will be assessed by written/practical as required by the clients and dependent on the length of course. LiFtiING GEAR INSPECTION COURSE Course Reference: CP - 6082 Aim The aim of the course is to ensure that personnel are capable of undertaking inspection of lifting and slinging equipment. Pre-REQUISITE Familiarity of lifting and slinging equipment is required. Course OBJECTIVES On completion of the course the trainee should be able to: * Be aware of current legislation and safety regulations as they apply to lifting tackle * Be able to recognise visual defect and/or weakness of lifting appliances + Be conversant in methods of maintenance and storage of lifting tackle * Be capable of implementing the criteria for the rejection of faulty lifting gear. Course DuRATION The course is of one day duration. ASSESSMENT Assessment of the training will be by written test and practical demonstration. 9 SLINGING, SIGNALLING AND GENERAL RIGGING DuTIES Course Reference: CP - 6601 Aim The aim of the course is to enhance skills, enabling tasks to be performed by lifting, slinging and rigging components and equipment in a safe and correct manner. Pre-REQUISITE A knowledge of the environment in which the participant performs his/her duties. Course OBJECTIVES At the conclusion of this course the delegate will be capable of correctly and safely: * Selecting and using wire rope slings/fibre slings and webbing belt slings. ° Using 'Safe Working Load’ Charts * Slinging and moving loads * Working with cranes and the correct use of hand signals. * Use of general rigging equipment * Calculating the weights and centres of gravity of loads and taking these factors into account of slinging and moving same They will also have a working knowledge of all relevant current legislation relating to lift ing, slinging and rigging of general site and workshop safely standards. They will be familiar with lifting tackle inspection procedures Course Duration The course will be of three days duration ASSESSMENT The learner will be assessed by means of a written test and practicle assessment. 10 SLINGER/SIGNALLER COURSE Course Reference: CP - 6602 Aim The aim of the course is to enhance skills, enabling tasks to be performed by lift- ing and slinging components and equipment in a safe and correct manner. Pre-REQUISITE Aknowledge of the environment in which the participant performs his/her duties. Course OBJECTIVES At the conclusion of this course the delegate will be capable of correctly and safely: * Selecting and using chains and chain slings * Selecting and using fibre strops * Using ‘Safe Working Load’ Charts ° Slinging and moving loads * Assisting with cranes and the correct use of hand signals. ¢ Calculating the weights and centres of gravity of loads and taking these factors into account of slinging and moving same They will also have a working knowledge of all relevant current legislation relating to lifting and slinging and of general site and workshop safety standards. Course DuraTION The course will be of a two days duration. ASSESSMENT The learner will be assessed by means of a written test. 11 MANAGEMENT OF SAFE LIFTING OPERATIONS Course Reference: CP - 6603 Aim The aim of this course is to provide uniformity of training to a recognised standard and to provide selected personnel with the knowledge and skills needed to carry out the duties of the Appointed Person as defined in BS7121 Part 1 and BS7121 Part 3 Pre-REQUISITE Candidates must be experienced in trade specific Rigging and Erecting. Course OBJECTIVES On successful completion of this course candidates will know: * The requirements of the legislation regarding Mobile Cranes * The terminology used to identify component parts * The safe setting up of the crane and its equipment for the lifting operation * Will be able to identify the purpose and capacity of lifting tackle in general use for lifting * The correct method of handling, using and storing lifting tackle and the legal requirements applicable fo the maintenance, inspection and marking for identification * How to carry out the planning and selection of cranes * How to carry out the inspection of the personnel lifting equipment necessary for the management of lifting operations to the required standard as defined in BS7121 Code of Practice Part 1(General) and Part 3 2000 Course Duration The course will be of a three days duration. ASSESSMENT Achievement and measurement of delegates will be by a series of assessments. 12