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The Plant and Vehicle Marshaller (Banksman) is responsible for the safe movement of vehicles onto, off-of and around the site.

This course will train you to:
 

  • Roles and responsibilities in plant movements
  • Direct vehicles using correct, standardised hand signals
  • Direct vehicles using hand-held radios
  • Prepare vehicles for movement
  • Guide vehicle movement
  • Safe movement on uneven/non-level surfaces
  • Complete operations safely
  • Demonstrate your understanding of the relevant legislation, guidelines and regulations
  • Dealing with public highways/rights of way on site
  • Correct use of light sticks and torches
  • Understanding the effects of weather changes on a site
  • Traffic management systems
  • Logistics and delivery planning
  • Safety near overhead cables and bridges
  • Safe release of loads
  • Positioning plant
  • Handling unexpected deliveries
  • Directing emergency service vehicle

This course runs weekly in Essex.
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The Appointed Person (Lifting Operations) course will train you to:
 

  • Observe regulations and Codes of Practice
  • Follow safe systems of work including method statements
  • Take personal responsibility
  • Describe different types of cranes and associated terminology
  • Understand crane documentation
  • Understand crane stability, duty charts and safety devices
  • Appreciate tower cranes
  • Observe British Standard 7121
  • Recognise the role of appointed persons
  • Plan a lift.


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The purpose of our CPCS A62 Crane Supervisor training is to ensure you or your employee has the skills, knowledge and understanding to enable them to understand the appointed person’s role and crane supervisor responsibilities.

The course and assessment covers:
 

  • Explaining the duties, responsibilities and limitations of an Appointed Person, a Crane Supervisor, a Crane Coordinator, a Crane Operator, a Slinger Signaler, a Crane Erector, and Maintenance Personnel;
  • Stating requirements of legislation, regulations, and Codes of Practice that relate to all types of lifting duties;
  • Explaining maintenance, inspection, thorough examination and testing requirements for lifting equipment and accessories;
  • Stating the requirements that allow safe site access and egress for typical lifting equipment;
  • Explaining additional requirements for loads to be lifted from height;
  • Explaining the function and use of, RCIs and anti-collision systems;
  • Describing the setting up, erection, levelling and dismantling requirements for different types of lifting equipment;
  • Listing different types of lifting accessories and explain typical applications;
  • Verifying sling angles and sizes;
  • Explaining the slinging techniques for given loads including balanced, unbalanced and loose; Verifying appropriate lifting accessories for given types of loads in accordance with a given method statement;
  • Confirming weights and centres of gravity for different types of loads in accordance with a given method statement;
  • Describing and demonstrating the different types of communication methods for lifting purposes;
  • Communicating the lift plan information to others involved in a lifting operation;
  • Reporting and explaining positive and negative aspects of a typical lift following the operation to the Appointed Person;
  • Evaluating and explaining how environmental factors and the surrounding area external to the lift zone can affect the planned lifting operation;
  • Preparing an area, with exclusion zones, from given lifting plans, ensuring safe access / egress routes for before, during and after the lift; Marking the position of lifting equipment according to a given plan;
  • Verifying potential proximity and underground hazards from given plans and drawings;
  • Confirming personnel requirements to meet the lift plan; Confirming lifting equipment configurations from given plans;
  • Controlling a lifting operation using a given lifting plan.


This course is run every other week in Essex.


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The Appointed Person (Lifting Operations) course will train you to:
 

  • Observe regulations and Codes of Practice
  • Follow safe systems of work including method statements
  • Take personal responsibility
  • Describe different types of cranes and associated terminology
  • Understand crane documentation
  • Understand crane stability, duty charts and safety devices
  • Appreciate tower cranes
  • Observe British Standard 7121
  • Recognise the role of appointed persons
  • Plan a lift.


We run this course on a monthly basis in Essex.
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The purpose of our CPCS A59 360 Excavator training is to ensure you or your employee has the skills, knowledge and understanding to be able to use the 360 Excavator safely and efficiently.

The course and assessment covers:
 

  • Describing the nature of the sector of industry and their role and responsibilities as a plant operator,
  • Naming and explaining the purpose of principal components, the basic construction, controls and terminology,
  • Conforming with manufacturer’s requirements as per the operator’s handbook, other types of information source and relevant regulations and legislation,
  • Undertaking all pre-use checks,
  • Configuring and setting for travel, Travel over rough, undulating ground, substantial inclines and level surfaces,
  • Working in confined spaces,
  • Configuring and setting-up for excavating duties,
  • Explaining actions required for hazards, underground and overhead services,
  • Excavating differing types of excavations in a variety of grounds,
  • Placing materials into transporting vehicles and hoppers,
  • Grade, spreading and levelling ground and materials.
  • Attaching and removing buckets.
  • Lifting, moving and placing basic slung loads.
  • Carrying out shut down and security procedures.
  • Explaining the loading and unloading procedures for machine transporting.


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