Phone - (07) 5658 0040
- Pre-course study guide
- Formal / Theory training
- Training Plan
- Logbook Training time
- Activity Book
- Practical Training
- Hazard identification and prevention
- Pre-operational checks / post-start checks
- Set up and operation of crane
- On crane practical training time. We have five cranes on site for crane training.
- Inspection, selection and correct method of slinging
- Post use checks and shutdown of crane
- HRWL Written and Practical Assessment
- Applicants must be 18 years of age or older.
- Evidence of identity (Photo).
- Australian drivers licence.
- Medicare Card or Passport.
- 100 points required for lodgement of assessment.
- Adequate English language numeracy and literacy skills. If not, please contact us. We can help.
- Steel cap boots, high visibility shirt, hard hat, safety glasses.
- We recommend long sleeve shirts and long trousers and UV sunscreen. Steel cap runners are not acceptable. Safety sunglasses may be acceptable.
- Reasonable health fit for rigging work.
- You must advise us of any health issues that may place you or others at risk. This will not preclude your enrolment but, will allow us to determine appropriate adjustments to your training and physical activities.
Bookings for your C6 Crane Course can be made either over the phone or by email..
Some of the information we will require are:
- Your legal name as shown on your drivers licence (First and last name).
- Date of Birth.
- Contact details
- USI Number – As of the 1st of January 2015 all trainees must supply or obtain a USI (Unique Student Identifier). This is mandatory.If you do not yet have one, please click on this link or search online for “USI Student Identifier”
We have developed a detailed training plan for students who want to conduct slewing crane operations, with a capacity of up to 60 tonnes, in a safe and compliant work environment.
A Slewing mobile crane is defined as a mobile crane that can be rotated,incorporating a boom that can be equipped with various lifting gear such as ropes, chains and sheaves. A slewing crane’s primary use is to raise and lower loads in a horizontal plane around its axis. It does not include front end loader, excavator, back hoe or alternative earth moving machinery when configured for the operation of a crane.
This course will teach you the importance of planning and preparing a job for slewing crane operations, performing before and after operational checks, setting up a crane according to site procedures, transferring loads and finally the shut down procedures and safe securing of the crane.
All aspects of this course will be taught by our highly skilled and experienced trainers and assessors through written and practical teachings at our onsite facility in Brisbane. The course content will include the following;
- Hazards, risks and associated documentation whenoperating a crane up to 60 tonnes
- WHS legislation, Australian standards and regulations relevant to crane operations
- Rated capacity and working load limit calculations
- Routine checks, maintenance and isolation procedures
- Ground suitability such as soil types, compaction and ground conditions relevant to setting up a crane
- Capabilities, limitations and operating techniques associated with a 60 tonne crane
- Setting up and operating a crane according to site policies and procedures
- Lifting and transferring loads using appropriate equipment
- Effective communication in the workplace
The successful candidate will have the skills and experience necessary to conduct the following tasks;
- Estimate lifting gear work loads and crane rated capacity through mathematical calculations
- Comply with all relevant safety legislation, standards and site policies and procedures
- Interpret the suitability of ground conditions when setting up a crane
- Identify potential hazards such as environmental conditions, overhead powerlines and crane tipping, and apply appropriate measures of control using the hierarchy of controls
- Conduct all operational routine checks including shut down procedures according to site instructions
- Understand the capabilities and limitations when operating a crane with a capacity of 60 tonnes.
- Conduct crane movements in accordance with safe working loads and rated capacities
- Document relevant site information such as incident reports and maintenance records in a compliant manner
- Report any faults related to the crane and associated equipment and isolate according to site procedures
- Use effective verbal and written communication in the workplace and ensure appropriate communication techniques are adhered to such as two-way radios, whistles and signage
On successful completion of this course, you will have the ability to safely operate a slewing mobile crane, with a capacity of 60 tonnes, across many worksites in Australia.
Our highly experienced trainers and assessors will ensure you are confident in your capabilities of operating a slewing crane using the many techniques displayed throughout your training.