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Mobile Crane (A60)

 

Mobile cranes are probably the most versatile type of lifting equipment available. Suitable for short-term to long-term operations, for re-positioning loads at ground level and for lifting loads up to great heights. For example, a single machine may be used for lifting steel roof sections into position in London, unloading an industrial machine weighing 60 tonnes in Cardiff and erecting a tower crane in Edinburgh, all within the space of a week!

Examples of those who would be suited to attending this course:

  • An employee of a construction company which owns a mobile crane and you wish to become the operator
  • Someone with no lifting operations experience who is searching for a type of career which has few similarities to any other. This course will give you the foundation knowledge required to do so.

Course options (duration includes the CPCS Technical Test):

  • 10 Day Foundation course: suitable for those with no experience in the use of lifting equipment
  • 6 Day Experienced Worker course: suitable for those with experience in the use of other crane types, e.g. crawler cranes/tower cranes

There are limited places available on each course, see prices and check availability now.

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Please note that for all of our CPCS tests, candidates must have successfully completed the HSE touchscreen test for Operatives within the past two years. 

Simply call us on 0208 548 3979  / 0208 548 3985 and we will be happy to discuss any question you may have!

>> Course content

Introduction to the industry

Basic site safety

Legislation & Codes of Practice

Roles & responsibilities

Types & uses of mobile cranes

Manufacturerss instructions

Maintenance, inspections & pre-use checks

Positioning & installation

Proximity hazards

Suitably positioning the crane

Erection & dismantling

Duties charts

Understanding & correct use of the R.C.I.

Safe operation of the crane with/without load

Methods of communication & following signals

Travelling the crane with a load attached ("pick & carry")

Environmental conditions

Identifying safe slinging practices

C.P.C.S. A60 Technical Test (theory & practical)