Date: 15/08/2022 - 19/08/2022
Duration: 5 day(s)
Venue: IN-SOURCE OPTIONS SDN BHD, NO. 35, JALAN SERENDAH 26/39, KAWASAN PERINDUSTRIAN HICOM, SEKSYEN 26, 40400 SHAH ALAM, SELANGOR/REMOTE ONLINE TRAINING
Fee Per Pax: RM7950
The aim of this course is to provide candidates with underpinning knowledge and skills in order for them to understand the role and responsibility of the Lift Planner / Appointment Person.
Following successful completion of the course candidates will be able to understand and follow safe systems of work for lifting operations including preparing risk assessments and method statements.
LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATIVE
State basic requirements of legislation, regulations, codes of practice, guidance
and good practice documentation that relate to all types of lifting duties
Explain the duties and responsibilities of those involved in a lifting operation including: an appointed person, a lifting operations supervisor, a lift co-ordinator, a machine operator, a slinger, a signaller, a lifting equipment installer/erector and maintenance personnel
Identify the requirements for basic, standard and complex lifts
Describe the lighting requirements for in and out of service conditions for lifting equipment
State requirements to be followed when planning the lifting of persons
Identify different types of lifting equipment, and explain capabilities and limitations of each for given lifting operations
Outline pre-use checks requirements for lifting equipment and accessories
Explain maintenance inspection, thorough examination and testing requirements for lifting equipment and accessories
Describe setting up, erection, levelling and dismantling requirements for different types of lifting equipment and lifting operations
Calculate lifting equipment point loadings/outrigger loadings, spreader mat types and sizes from given information
Identify ground pressure and support loadings from given information
Explain the function and use of, and use information provided by, RCIs and safety devices applicable to a range of lifting equipment
Select the correct lifting equipment for specified lifts
Extract information from manufacturer’s technical specifications, duties charts, range diagrams and other information sources
Specify lifting equipment configurations for specific types of lifting operations
Identify attachments and ancillaries to lifting equipment.
List different types of lifting accessories and explain typical applications
Identify and explain relevant information relating to different types of lifting accessories e.g. markings, certificates and thorough examination reports
Calculate sling capacities, lengths and angles
Explain slinging techniques for given loads including balanced, unbalanced and loose
Specify appropriate lifting accessories for given types of loads
Identify weights and centres of gravity for different types of loads
Describe and specify different types of communication methods for lifting purposes
Explain factors that determine types of communication methods, the limitations of each and the effects of poor communication
State the need to complete a reflective report following a typical lifting Operation
Identify potential proximity and underground hazards from given plans and drawings
Identify and plan an area, with exclusion zones for different, given lifting operations incorporating safe access/egress routes for before, during and after the lift
State requirements that allow safe site access and egress for typical lifting equipment
Specify the security requirements for specific lifting operations
Construct a safe system of work by producing risk assessments, method statements and lift plans, including drawings, using given information
Explain additional requirements for pick and carry duties
Communicate lift plan information to others involved in a lifting operation i.e. lifting supervisor, machine operator, slinger etc.
Specify positioning of lifting equipment, loads in relation to fixed objects and other limiting factors
Explain the definition, requirements and factors for temporary works management and the effects on typical lifting operations
Identify how the effects of fatigue on the lifting team can affect a lifting operation and how it should be managed
Evaluate and explain how the weather, other environmental factors, and the surrounding area external to the lift zone - can affect the planned lifting operation
Explain how wind loadings and sail-affect areas are calculated
Describe notification, liaising and reporting procedures to statutory, authority, and utility bodies when affected by the lifting operation, i.e. works, railways, highways, airfields, etc.
TRAINER: Lt. Colonel (CD) Frank Tan, PMP, PJK, PBP, PAP was the
Expert Panel Specialist appointed by (JPK) Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran to develop the only National Occupational Skills Standard in the fields of MHE Operations and Maintenance and Mobile Elevating Work Platform Operations, Crane Lifting Operations.
Expert Panel Specialist appointed by CIDB to develop the 5 modules under MEWP & Lifting Operations Modules Rigging/ Slinging, Signaling, Lifting Supervisor.
He holds professional certifications & qualifications in Crane Lifting / MHE / MEWP Operations and Vocational Training Officer (JPK), Train The Trainer (HRDF), Certified Lifting Director (ITI, accredited by LEEA & ASME), American Society of Safety Engineers, Society of Automotive Engineers USA, PUWER & LOLER (UK) certifications.
He has more than 35 years of training & practical experience and has served as speaker and trainer at many MNCs, GLCs, PLCs, SMEs, NIOSH, ABM, CIDB, Local and International Conferences.
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