Lifting Supervisor

Course Aims:

This course covers the functions required to undertake Lifting Supervisor to meet the minimum formal training and assessment standards for the purposes of certification through Workplace Health and Safety.

Course Objectives:

The course objective will provide participants with the knowledge in Lifting Supervisor

Course Content:

  • Introduction to QP Regulations Rev.4
  • Duties and Responsibilities
  • Introduction to LOLER, PUWER and BS 7121 part 1 – Safe use of cranes
  • Physical components of lifting operation
  • Familiarization with different types of cranes
  • Working with variable capacity mobile cranes
  • Ground bearing pressure/ outrigger loads
  • Crane capacity load charts and ASLI setup
  • Load weight calculations
  • Center of gravity calculations
  • Rigging and lifting terminologies
  • Various rigging methods/ mode factors
  • Load angle factors
  • Rigging problems
  • Working near power lines
  • Man riding using mobile cranes
  • Tandem lifts
  • Hand signals
  • Safety while lifting operation
  • Compiling a lifting plan

Certification: Valid for three (3) years

Course duration: Three (3) Days

Language: The course is delivered in English or Hindi.

Course Pre-requirements:

  • Minimum secondary level educated or Engineering Degree
  • Should have previous Basic Rigging and Slinging certification(s)
  • Good in English
  • Should be able to do calculations required in lifting operations
  • Should be able to compile lifting plan

Assessment: Written Assessment

Schedule

July, September, November

 

Schedule Available Upon Request

August, October, December

 

Schedule Available Upon Request

Level
Other Qualification
Group
Aviation & Maritime, Construction, Engineering, Government, Infrastructure, Oil & Gas, Trading & Contracting
Duration
18
With Certification
Array
Accredited
No
Track
No

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