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Course Name
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Unit Number
Licence to operate a bridge and gantry crane
CB
TLILIC3003
     
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Licence to operate a bridge and gantry crane

This unit specifies the outcomes required to operate a bridge and gantry crane. It does not cover the types that are controlled from a location remote to a permanent cabin/control station on the crane and that have three or less powered operations, that is hoist/raise and lower is one operation, for licensing purposes.

Successful completion of this training and assessment will provide you with the necessary qualification to apply for a High Risk Work Licence, which is a legal requirement for a person performing this work activity.
Licences must be applied for at an Australia Post outlet within 60 days of assessment.
They are issued by the State Regulator (Workplace Health & Safety Qld or NSW WorkCover) and are valid for five years.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to prepare a person to plan work, conduct routine checks and safely transfer loads using a gantry crane

It may be conducted at your premises or a Logisafe venue

DURATION:

Usually 3 days class time + nominal 60 logbook hours.

The usual procedure is:

  • 2 days in class including a machine induction
  • Nominal 60 hours of supervised crane activities in the work environment - recorded in the logbook provided by Logisafe
  • 1 day revision and assessment

Classroom time can be reduced with the students completing the workbooks in their own time
using comprehensive, easy to follow training notes

COURSE CONSISTS OF:

FORMAL TRAINING (including practical training) which covers:

  • Understanding relevant legislative obligations and duty of care responsibilities
  • Plan and prepare to safely and effectively operate a bridge or gantry crane
  • The identification and control, of work health and safety issues related to bridge or gantry crane operation
  • Select and inspect the correct equipment to support the load during lifting 
  • Safely slinging, transfering and landing the load and derigging slings and accessories
  • Checking all equipment after use

INFORMAL TRAINING (supervised practical training at your workplace):

  • Prior to completing their performance test, students are required to perform a nominal 60 hours of supervised LBG crane activities in their work environment. This is recorded in the logbook provided by Logisafe.

 ASSESSMENT:

  • Theory examination consisting of 73 questions
  • Written assignment consisting of 4 tasks
  • Performance test consisting of 7 practical exercises