Licence to Operate Boom Type Elevating Work Platform over 11 metres
8 - 4pm
Course Dates and Locations
|13 Sept 2017||11 Oct 2017||06 Nov 2017||04 Dec 2017||15 Jan 2018||12 Feb 2018||12 Mar 2018|
|27 Sept 2017||25 Oct 2017||20 Nov 2017||18 Dec 2017||29 Jan 2018||26 Feb 2018||19 Mar 2018|
Construction Training Centre
Address: Gate 2. Suite 1.4 Ian Barclay Building, 492 Beaudesert Rd, Salisbury QLD 4107
Parking: On site. Ian Barclay Building - located through Gate 2 at 492 Beaudesert Rd, Salisbury
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This unit of competency covers the skills required to competently operate an EWP to meet WHSQ and industry standards for certification.
The scope of training is to demonstrate competence in operating principles and methods, EWP processes & procedures, workplace communications, safe & responsible environmental practices, the scope and limitations of equipment, load specifications, designs and functions of various EWP’s, pre & post safety checks and maintenance, obtaining work permits and licenses, etc.
Workers entering or in industry who are required to work at heights in excess 11m.
Candidates will be trained in the following:
- Hazard Identification and response methods
- Methods of nonverbal communication
- Understanding and following instructions
- Appropriate selection and use of;
- Controls & feature,
Settings and operational techniques for the specific settings, specific terrain and weather conditions in day or night without causing damage to machinery, equipment, load, person, property or environment (including soils and property structures).
Adequate numeracy, literacy and English communication skills to do simple calculations, write legibly and be understood. Have sufficient physical strength and dexterity to do safety checks and basic maintenance, set up and dismantle the EWP and operate the EWP as required.
Trainees will provide their own safety boots and work clothes. OHSA will provide the training site and equipment as required.
Assessments and Awards
After training and a successful assessment trainees will be given a Statement of Attainment by OHSA and will receive a National operators Licence from WHSQ.