The Slewing Mobile Crane over 100 Tonne Course is designed to provide participants with the fundamentals and equip them with the knowledge to obtain their National Licence To Perform High Risk Work Class CO (Slewing mobile crane over 100t)(TLILIC4011). ACT prefer applicants for the licence category of CO to be experienced in the industry and hold a HRWL in operations of cranes of a lower capacity and a Class DG Dogging licence, although it is not a legistlative requirement.
By attending this course the participant will learn the engineering principles of operating a crane and identify potential hazardous situations.
At ACT we are committed to provide comprehensive training that produces superior skills to lead to a more productive and safer workplace.
Some aspects of the course include:
- Assess and Secure Equipment and Work Area
- Conduct Routine Checks
- Plan Work
- Check Controls and Lifting Gear
- Shut Down Crane
- Secure and Transfer Load
- Secure Load
- Conduct Trial Lift
- Transfer Load
- Set Up and Dismantle Mobile Crane
- Plane Assemble/Disassemble
- Set Up Crane
- Dismantle Crane
- Carry Out Special Operation with Mobile Crane
- Carry out multiple Crane Lift
- 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.
- C6 minimum crane licence.
4 days of training + 1 day for SafeWork NSW Assessment