At ACT we are committed to provide comprehensive training that produces superior skills to lead to a more productive and safer workplace.
Dogman are responsible for the care and maintenance of slings and other load strapping gear and direct the actions of the crane operator.
The Dogging course is designed to provide participants with the fundamentals and confidence to perform Dogging work safely and equip them with the knowledge to obtain their Certificate of Competency Class DG.(CPCCLDG3001A)
Some aspects of the course include:
Occupational Health & Safety
Job planning – hazard identification and put in place measures for safe movement of loads
Mass of objects
Use, maintenance and inspection of terminals, fittings and accessories
Slinging of loads;
Use of cranes/crane signals to operator
Ability to understand and write English
Good Mathematics ability
18 Years of Age
Participants must supply their own Personal Protective Equipment including safety boots, Hi-Vis garment and a hard hat.
A pen, calculator and workbook are also required for note taking and problem solving.
Assessment to National Occupational Health and Safety Certification Standard for Users and Operators of Industrial Equipment
[NOHSC: 1006 (2001)]
4 days of training + 1 day for WorkCover Assessment