N047 Rigging & Fleeting Loads Refresher
It is envisaged that at the end of this course the learner will be able to answer questions on and perform the following:
- Have a basic understanding of the industry, the dangers of working in the industry & their roles & responsibilities for performing rigging & fleeting loads tasks
- Have a working knowledge of the manufacturers handbooks or guides for the equipment to be used & have an understanding of P.U.W.E.R, L.O.L.E.R, working at height, manual handling, risk assessments with an awareness of British and International standards
- Operate & supervise rigging & fleeting loads by mechanical advantage over, around, through obstacles safely in accordance with a lift plan pack
- Perform & participate in a tool box talk with team & communicate the control measures written within the risk assessment provided with the lift plan pack for a specific task as a supervisor role for basic & intermediate categories
- Be able to correctly utilise a rigging store / loft in a controlled manner & T Card systems for portable appliances & accessories lifting equipment & explain the procedure for quarantine of faulty equipment
- Locate & select lifting equipment identified within the written lift plan rigging & materials lists including specific hand tools, access egress items & PPE
- Conduct all pre-operational checks of the equipment, the load, route & laydown area from within the written lift plan in accordance with the manufacturers & legislative requirements
- Safely assemble rigging & fleeting equipment to certified strong points & load from within the written lift plan rigging method in accordance with manufacturers guidelines & legislative requirements
- Operate rigging & fleeting equipment safely & accurately looking out for yourself & others by keeping clear of potentially dangerous zones should equipment failure arise during tasks
- Supervise basic & intermediate rigging & fleeting operations safely following the step by step method statement in the lift plan pack
- Safely remove rigging & fleeting equipment from strong points & load & return to rigging loft in accordance with the manufacturer guidelines & legislative requirements & site procedures
- Conduct all post operational checks of the equipment, the route & laydown area in accordance with the site rules
- Demonstrate good housekeeping procedures removing signs, barriers & obstructions used in the task
- Participation in debrief meeting with lift team & discuss lessons learned during specific task
On successful completion of the course, delegates will receive an NPORS card valid for 5 years, after which a refresher course can be undertaken.
Max of 6 per course
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