Lifting And Slinging Training Course
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Our two-day lifting and slinging course offers a comprehensive understanding of lifting equipment theory and rating, legislation relevant to users, and practical experience with different equipment types and pre-use inspections.
In addition, this training equips operators with the knowledge to safely move loads using appropriate equipment and techniques.
By the end of the one-day course, operators will have learned their statutory duties under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, the significance of sling angle in relation to safe working loads, the importance of weight and centre of gravity for lifting tackle and signalling codes for slingers.
Identifying damaged parts
Inspection and maintenance procedures
Understanding colour-coding systems
Proper sling storage techniques
Safe and effective use of slings
Different methods of slinging
Using charts to determine proper lifting capacity
Optimal angles for lifting operations
Our Slinging and Lifting Training program provides operators with the necessary skills to safely and accurately sling loads during lifting operations.
During such operations, operators typically depend on signallers to guide them in the movement and positioning of loads. Our courses teach delegates how to both sling and signal crane loads effectively, ensuring that lifting is conducted safely and efficiently.
Introduction to Slinging:
Recognition of damaged parts
Examination and Inspection
Correct Use of Slings
Methods of Slinging
Use of Charts
Angles of Lift
Our courses emphasize the legal responsibilities of lifting operations and the importance of adhering to a Safe System of Work. We introduce delegates to lifting tackle and emphasize the significance of understanding and complying with the Safe Working Load of all equipment involved in a lift.
Positioning of load in relation to slinger
Job Completion Procedure
Our training covers safe working procedures for various items, including eyebolts, shackles, chain-shortening clutches, and rigging screws. We also cover the use of chain, man-made fibre, and wire rope slings of 1 to 4 legs, as well as a range of specialized lifting accessories, from plate clamps to vacuums.
Design for Lifting:
Choice of Equipment to suit SWL Configurations
Centre of Gravity Calculation
Signalling and Communication:
Choice of signals