Slinging and Lifting with an Excavator or Loader

Slinging and Lifting with an Excavator or Loader

When on the job, there will be times where you need to work around suspended loads. This risky task has regulations and safe work practices to follow. It is important that everyone involved knows how to implement these practically.

Knowing the machine capability through the use of load charts, understanding the weights of what you lift and the safest method of doing so is crucial to the safe success of the job

The information that is presented to you on course will give you the industry best practices. You will gain practical solutions to get efficiencies and work safely.

This course aims to equip individuals with knowledge of slinging, lifting, and placing with an excavator or loader.

Who should attend

Operator and those on ground personnel who rig the gear or spot and aid in the control of suspended loads. Project Managers may also benefit from attendance at this course to understand the process and how it may affect planning processes. Material supplier yards people who undertake the lift. Local council staff.

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