CPCCLD3001A License to Perform Dogging
To provide trainees with the knowledge and skills required to demonstrate competencies in accordance with the Australia Safety and Compensation Council: National Standards for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work (April 2006) and Licensing Unit of Competency CPCCLDG3001A License To Perform Dogging.
To assess practical and theoretical competencies in Crane Dogging for which High Risk Licensing is required.
Safelift Consultancy can conduct onsite training and assessments for your staff or your staff can attend our training site in Port Kennedy. (For our Port Kennedy training facility the course will go ahead as long as we have 6 students)
Safelift Consultancy provides training in the application of slinging techniques including:
- The selection and / or inspection of lifting gear.
- The exercising of judgment in relation to the suitability and condition of lifting gear.
- The method of slinging by consideration of the nature and mass of the load and its center of gravity.
- Direction of a crane operator in the movement of a load and taking precautions.
- Measures to prevent accidents in connection with the movement of loads handled by a crane.
- A photo license is issued by WorkSafe WA at a cost of $95.00 for new applications or $74.55 for addition to an existing High Risk Work License.
- Safelift Consultancy will also issue a Statement of Attainment, which will be included in the cost of the course.
- A pre course assignment will need to be completed prior to attending course
- Two passport photos are required for the WorkSafe application if you do not already hold an existing High Risk Work License
- Passport photo service (for WorkSafe application) $10.00
1: For onsite training a full slewing mobile crane MUST be supplied that is fitted with a winch. This is the requirement as per CPCCLDG3001A License To Perform Dogging. (Evidence Guide; Suitable Slewing crane) (critical aspects for assessment and evidence required to demonstrate competency; apply to move loads in conjunction with cranes including, the reading of tags, slinging, loading, directing and landing loads with a SLEWING MOBILE CRANE with a telescopic boom and a winch, in and out of sight of the crane/ operator, moving four loads of varying shapes, sizes and weights)
2: The above information is a mandatory, I have contacted the Training Accreditation Council (TAC) regarding this and the fact that remote sites might only have a non-slewing mobile crane. The response is that the dogging assessment will not be compliant if a non-slewing mobile crane is used for the assessment.
All participants must be 18+ years of age.
Fee: For Corporate/Business interest please call +61 0417 099 003 for a quote
Fee: For individuals;
$935.00 per person
Program Content Includes
- Legislation, codes of practice; Manual handling, Prevention of falls at the work place.
- Familiarisation of lifting gear.
- Pre-inspection of lifting gear.
- Knowledge to determine the safe working load of ropes, chains and other lifting devices.
- Prediction of weights of loads composed of different materials.
- Direction of movement of cranes, using both visual and audible approved crane signals.
- Duties and responsibilities.
- Elementary math’s
- Theory and practical assessments.
Duration: 4 to 5 Days
Evening and weekend courses now available
The Training Hub U4/10
Jacquard Way Port Kennedy