Participants must be able to plan, assess risk and carry out simple lifting. Have good knowledge of lifting equipment, their daily supervision, dimensioning and use. Have a good understanding of the hand and radio signals used to direct the crane.
- Roles and responsibilities
- Laws and regulations
- Knowledge about materials
- Lifting equipment and lifting gear
- Lifting plan
- Risk assessment
- Dimensioning of lifting equipment
- Rigging/coupling Technology
- Daily inspection and storage
- Lifting angles
- Lifting zones
- Lifting planning using a lifting plan
- Lifting asymmetrical loads
- Hand and radio signals for crane directing
- During the practical part, several lifts are planned and carried out. A lifting scenario is planned and performed individually with a larger crane with an external driver on day two.
- The course ends with a theoretical test and an evaluation of the participants.
Target group: For you who work as a wind power technician and are at least 18 years old.
Previous knowledge: No previous knowledge neccessary
Period of validity: Unlimited
Course length: 13 hours (1 1/2 days)
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