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14 Neil St, Gladstone QLD 4680

Contact: 07 4978 7887

email: info@gladstonejobskills.com.au

Licence to Perform
Rigging - Basic Level

CPCCLR3001A - 4 DAY COURSE

Course Overview

This course covers the functions required to undertake basic rigging to meet the minimum formal training and assessment standards for the purposes of certification through Workplace Health and Safety Queensland. The scope of basic rigging training includes:

 

  • Inspection of all plant and equipment

  • Installation of a fall arrest system (static line)

  • Use of safety harness

  • Installation of crane loading platforms

  • Installation of a safety net

  • Installation of a shutter and safety screen

  • Demonstrated ability to Work Safely at Heights

  • Erection of structural steel

  • Erection of precast panel

  • Setup and operation of a winch for load movement

  • Installation of a materials hoist

 

Assessment

The Written Assessment and Practical Assessment will be completed throughout the duration of the course to those who are competent. Anyone who is not competent in passing the written component will not proceed on to doing the practical.

 

Materials provided

Course Training Manual and support material, whistle, gloves.

 

Protective clothing

Steel cap work boots and appropriate clothing is required for the duration of the course. If possible please bring your own safety helmet and glasses.                   (Safety equipment will be provided if required).

 

Duration

4 x 8 hour days for up to 8 people.

 

Location

14 Neil Street, Gladstone (off Callemondah Drive Behind the Gladstone Airport). 
Follow the signs to classrooms.

 

Prerequisite

  • Participants must be over 18 years of age.

  • Identification such as QLD driver licence, 18+card or birth certificate will be required.

  • Currently hold Dogger Certification - DG.

  • Clear understanding of both the written and verbal English language and mathematical calculations..

 

Anyone found to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be asked to leave the course.