This course provides students with knowledge of relevant crane regulations, hazards, controls, lifting gear, working load limits and lift planning. Participants in this course will be able to prepare and safely sling varying loads by interpreting WLL tables/capacity charts, inspecting equipment and tying knots to control a load.
This unit standard is the new starting point and pre-requisite for other crane standards such as 16617, 3789, 3800.
Unit Standard: 30072 L3 C14 V2
All tasks are to be carried out using equipment manufacturer requirements, applicable company procedures, industry best practices and approved codes of practices.
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
A combination of theoretical and practical training in preparation for two different practical observed lifts.
This course is intended for those currently working within the crane Industry. If a student is deemed inexperienced or not safe at any time during the training, training will cease and no fees will be reimbursed. For those experienced in the field, this pre-requisite unit may be waived on the basis of an attestation that indicates the trainee is able to demonstrate equivalent knowledge and skills that are equivalent to the requirements of the unit standard 30072.
Theory assessment followed by practical assessment which takes place when student is ready/has shown that they can perform all tasks required. Assessment involves two different assessor observed lifts.
To maintain current competency, it is recommended that refresher training occurs regularly. Depending on the industry you work in this may vary. Current Wood Training recommendation is every three years.
There isn’t much that Bob can’t drive or operate. Bob is a MITO, and Connexis registered assessor, a Competenz registered Forklift Trainer and an NZTA approved assessor. Bob started his career as a Driver/Operator within the Transport and Building Industries and has spent the last 20 years training people on safe driving and operating equipment. He believes in giving the right information to the candidate so that they can make the right decisions out there in the workplace, that teaching the safe use of heavy machinery includes a strong approach to forming a safety culture at their workplace so that the operator goes home safe every day.