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Forklift

TLILIC0003 - Licence to operate a forklift truck

This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to operate a forklift truck safely in accordance with all relevant legislative requirements. Competence in this unit, does not in itself result in a HRWL licence to operate this plant.

Forklift truck means a powered industrial truck equipped with lifting media made up of a mast and an elevating load carriage to which is attached a pair of fork arms or other attachments that can be raised 900 mm or more above the ground, but does not include a pedestrian-operated truck or a pallet truck.

A person performing this work is required to hold a forklift truck High Risk Work Licence (HRWL).

This unit requires a person operating a forklift truck to:

  • plan for the work/task

  • prepare for the work/task

  • perform work/task

  • pack up

At the completion of this course students may apply to Victorian WorkCover Authority for a National Licence to Perform High Risk Work. Application forms will be completed by the Assessor conducting your assessment.

This unit specifies the outcomes required to perform slinging techniques, including the selection and inspection of lifting gear and/or the directing of the crane operator in the movement of the load when the load is out of view of the crane/ operator for licensing purposes.

 

Required skills for this unit are:

  • communication techniques in the workplace including whistles, hand signals and use of fixed channel two-way radios

  • communication skills at a level sufficient to communicate with other site personnel

  • calculate rated capacity of lifting equipment

  • apply different methods for making temporary connections to loads using fibre and synthetic ropes

  • ability to interpret rated capacity and working load limit tags

  • hazard identification and control

  • slinging techniques

  • selection and inspection of lifting equipment

  • directing crane operators in the moving of loads in a safe manner, using a slewing crane

  • inspection and care of a wide range of lifting equipment to appropriate Australian Standards and/or manufacturer's specifications.

 

Required knowledge for this unit is:

  • appropriate mathematical procedures for estimation and measurement of loads

  • basic knowledge of types of cranes and their functions

  • Commonwealth, state or territory OHS legislation, standards and codes of practice relevant to the full range of techniques for undertaking dogging activities

  • load stability and safety factors in line with manufacturer's specifications

  • types of lifting equipment and slinging techniques for use, and their limitations and performance in a wide range of conditions (including but not limited to slings, beams, accessories, clamps, work-boxes, bins and pallets)

  • understanding of the hierarchy of control.

Practical Demonstrations Include:  

  • Conduct Dogging Operations in a Workplace Environment  

 

Assessment Methods: 

  • The application of competency is to be assessed in the workplace

  • Assessment method will be via written and practical demonstration at varied intervals during the course

Applicants will complete one assessment for the unit of competence, and a further assessment for their high risk licence.

 

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Dogging

CPCCLRG3001A - Licence to perform rigging basic level 

Pre-Requisite: CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging

This unit specifies the outcomes required to perform basic rigging work associated with movement of plant and equipment, steel erections, hoists (including mast climbing hoists), placement of pre-cast concrete, safety nets and static lines, perimeter safety screens and shutters; and cantilever crane loading platforms for licensing purposes

 

 Required skills for this unit are:

  • ability to calculate Safe Working Load (SWL) and Working Load Limit (WLL)

  • ability to erect and dismantle, level, plumb and stabilise associated plant and structures

  • ability to work safely at heights including the correct application of safety equipment.

  • accurate interpretation of basic structural charts and structural plans (site information)

  • applying methods for making temporary connections of ropes using fibre and synthetic types

  • apply methods of splicing and whipping fibre and synthetic ropes

  • correct application and use of all rigging and associated equipment

  • risk assessment and hazard control strategies

  • interpersonal and communication skills at a level sufficient to site/workplace requirements. This includes the relevant communication methods and equipment.

  • verify problems and equipment faults and demonstrate appropriate response.

 

Required knowledge for this unit is:

  • appropriate mathematical procedures for estimation and measurement of loads

  • ability to interpret manufacturer's specifications for all plant and equipment use in rigging operations

  • knowledge of principles relating to all plant, equipment and structural stability

  • knowledge of the types and functions of rigging, safety and associated equipment including an understanding of their limitations.

  • organisational and workplace standards, requirements, policies and procedures for rigging

  • understanding of the hierarchy of hazard identification and control

  • relevant Commonwealth, state or territory and local government OHS legislation, standards and codes of practice for undertaking rigging activities

  • understanding of inspection and maintenance requirements of a wide range of appropriate plant and equipment in line with Australian Standards or manufacturer's specifications

  • estimation of ground bearing pressures of the full range of soil types and associated ground conditions for setting up plant and equipment.

 

Assessment Methods: 

  • The application of competency is to be assessed in the workplace

  • Assessment method will be via written and practical demonstration at varied intervals during the course

Applicants will complete one assessment for the unit of competence, and a further assessment for their high risk licence.

Dogging & Rigging Combined

Students are now able to complete a blended course over a 10 day period.

 

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Rigging

This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to safely operate a boom-type Elevating Work Platform (EWP) where the length of the boom is 11 metres or more in accordance with all relevant legislative requirements. Competence in this unit, does not in itself result in a HRWL licence to operate this plant.

Boom-type elevating work platform means a telescoping device, hinged device, or articulated device, or any combination of these, used to support a platform on which personnel, equipment and materials may be elevated.

A person performing this work is required to hold a boom-type elevating work platform High Risk Work Licence (HRWL).

This unit requires a person operating an EWP to:

  • plan for the work/task

  • prepare for the work/task

  • perform work/task

  • pack up

 

At the completion of this course students may apply to Victorian WorkCover Authority for a National Licence to Perform High Risk Work. Application forms will be completed by the Assessor conducting your assessment.

 

 

 

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Elevated Work Platform

Cranes- **NEW pre-requisite as of 1st September 2019 for all crane licences is to complete CPCCLDG3001A Licence to perform dogging.

Course Outline

 

TLILIC0010- Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 20 tonnes)

This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to safely operate a slewing mobile crane with a maximum rated capacity (MRC) up to 20 tonnes, in accordance with all relevant legislative responsibilities. Competence in this unit, does not in itself result in a HRWL licence to operate this plant.

A person undertaking this unit must hold:

  • a current National High-Risk Work Licence (HRWL) to perform dogging or a certification for a specific VET course for HRWL to perform dogging

Slewing mobile crane means a mobile crane incorporating a boom or jib that can be slewed, but does not include:

  • a front-end loader or

  • a backhoe or

  • an excavator or

  • other earth moving equipment, when configured for crane operation.

A person performing this work is required to hold a slewing mobile crane with an MRC up to 20 tonnes high risk work (HRW) licence.

This unit requires a person operating a slewing mobile crane with an MRC up to 20 tonnes to:

  • plan for the work/task

  • prepare for the work/task

  • perform work/task

  • pack up

 

TLILIC0008- Licence to operate non-slewing mobile crane (greater than 3 tonnes capacity)

This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to operate a non-slewing mobile crane with a Maximum Rated Capacity (MRC) exceeding 3 tonnes safely, in accordance with all relevant legislative responsibilities. Competence in this unit, does not in itself result in a HRWL licence to operate this plant.

A person undertaking this unit must hold:

  • a current National High-Risk Work Licence (HRWL) or a certification for a specific VET course for HRWL to perform dogging

Non-slewing mobile crane means a mobile crane incorporating a boom or jib that cannot be slewed, and includes:

  • an articulated mobile crane

  • a locomotive crane

  • but does not include vehicle tow trucks.

A person performing this work is required to hold a non-slewing mobile crane HRWL.

This unit requires a person operating non-slewing mobile crane with an MRC exceeding 3 tonnes to:

  • plan the work/task

  • prepare for the work/task

  • perform work/task

  • pack up

TLILIC0002- Licence to operate a vehicle loading crane (capacity 10 metre tonnes and above)

This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to safely operate a vehicle loading crane with a Maximum Rated Capacity (MRC) of 10 metre tonnes or more. Competence in this unit, does not in itself result in a HRWL licence to operate this plant.

Vehicle loading crane means a crane mounted on a vehicle for loading and unloading the vehicle.

A person undertaking this unit must hold:

  • a current National High-Risk Work Licence (HRWL) to perform dogging or a certification for a specific VET course for HRWL to perform dogging.

A person performing this work is required to hold a vehicle loading crane HRWL.

This unit requires a person operating a slewing vehicle loading crane with an MRC of 10 metre tonnes or more to:

  • plan for the work/task

  • prepare for the work/task

  • perform work/task

  • pack up

RIIHAN307E: Operate a vehicle loading crane (non-high risk licence- Suitable for clients operating a crane which is less than 10 metre tonnes 

 

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to operate, maintain and shift loads using a vehicle loading crane.

This unit applies to those working in site-based roles.

The work required in this unit relates to the National Standard for High Risk Work but this unit does not provide the licence. Licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements that may apply to this unit can vary between states, territories, and industry sectors, and must be sourced from relevant state jurisdictions prior to applying this unit.

 

**These courses may be able to be conducted at your workplace. Please call the course coordinator for the checklist.

 

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