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CPCS Mobile Crane – CPCS A60

TypeExperienced & Novice

CPCS Mobile Crane Course Aims

To provide thorough practical and theory plant training in operating a Mobile Crane, to enable the candidate to competently and safely fulfil the role and pass the CPCS Theory and Practical Tests.

CPCS Mobile Crane Course Content

  • Operating the crane safely
  • Responding to recognised crane signals accurately
  • Correct positioning of the crane
  • Altering jib lengths and associated safety devices
  • Routine plant maintenance and minor adjustments
  • Safe load indicators and duties charts
  • Chains, slings and lifting gear
  • Crane capabilities and safety precautions
  • Basic theory of power units, transmission systems and control systems
  • Understanding and interpreting duties charts
  • Understanding how to programme safe load indicators
  • The effects of radius change on the safe working capacity
  • Statutory regulations and Codes of Practice applicable to lifting operations
  • Effects of shock loading on structural strength, stability and load displacement
  • Principles of safe slinging and the types and capacities of chains, slings and lifting gear
  • The correct and safe use of outriggers
  • Transport regulations and preparing for travel on the public highway

Duration of CPCS A60 Training

To be confirmed on completion of Initial Analysis, dependent on experience.

Endorsements

A: Blocked Duties Only

B: Pick – and – carry duties only

C: All Duties

Test 

To achieve the Red CPCS Trained Operator Card candidates must pass both the CSCS touch screen H+S test (within the last 2 years) and the CPCS Theory Test and the Practical Test. 

To upgrade the Red CPCS Trained Operator Card you will have to achieve, within 2 year, the relevant NVQ – For more information on required NVQ contact Tel – 01623 287830

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