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 Forklift Operator Certification

Course outline:

Develop the knowledge and skill needed to safely operate and control forklifts.

Practise and correct your driving techniques in an increasingly complex set of conditions, so that you are capable of successfully undertaking your licence test. the length of each stage of learning depends on the amount of practice you have had.
Be sure you are confident and competent before moving on to the next stage. Your instructor will advise you when you are ready to move on. How fast and how much you learn will depend on you.

You should learn by:

  • Reading this handbook carefully
  • Attempting all the questions and activities in the handbook
  • Observing the operations being performed by your instructor    and on your work site
  • Practising the new skills included in this handbook
  • Undertaking the assessment tasks on completion of the training. if there is anything in this handbook you do not understand or do not agree with, do not be afraid to ask your instructor for assistance.

Excavator Operator Training

The hydraulic excavator course provides training and practical hands-on operation in a range of excavation work processes. Those intending to operate the excavator or new excavator operators should attend this course.

COURSE OBJECTIVE

This course aims to equip both new and inexperienced workers with the knowledge and skills on the safe operation and basic maintenance of the hydraulic excavator.

COURSE CONTENTS

Two third of the course will focus on practical excavator operation such as routine inspections, digging, trenching, backfilling, levelling, machine traveling etc. The other onethird comprises of classroom lectures. The course will cover the following topics:-

- General knowledge on earthworks and surveying- Principal components, power and transmission systems of an excavator
- Daily inspection and weekly maintenance of the excavator
- Pre-start and shut-down procedures
- Trenching, ditching and slope cutting techniques
- How to maintain stability in operation
- Good practices for backfilling, travelling and loading
excavated materials onto vehicle
- Safety requirements
- Interpret drawings, calculate earth quantities, levels, slopes
and width of excavations.

 

Shovel Operator Certification:

Course Overview:
 
This course is designed to train the basic skill requirements and associated job safety knowledge of Loading Shovels.
 
Course Objectives:
 
On completion of the course trainees will have an understanding of the following:
 Safety rules and operating procedures
 Importance of good maintenance and safe operation
 Stability and mobility considerations when operating equipment
 Carry out pre shift checks and daily maintenance on their machine
 
Course Content:

Legal Duties
Regulations
Responsibilities
 PPE Requirements
Accident Causes & Prevention
Bucket Loader Capacities
Operators Safety Code
Hydraulic Systems & Controls
Pre-Use Safety checks
Care of Equipment
Weight Estimation
Loader Stability
Overload Warning Devices
Safe Operating Practices

Assessment:
Practical Examination
Theoretical Examination

 

Mobile Crane Operator Certification

The Mobile Crane Operator Training program is specifically designed to upgrade the existing knowledge and skill levels of experienced operators, trainees, safety personnel, inspectors, maintenance personnel, managers and supervisors. The information provided in the classroom is reinforced with hands-on application sessions on mobile cranes at Karwa Driving School or at your site. All personnel attending this program will gain significant and useful skills and will leave with a stronger understanding and appreciation of the requirements and responsibilities of Mobile Crane Operators.

You will benefit from learning about:

  • Operator Requirements and Responsibilities
  • Effective Communications Among Lifting Personnel
  • Proper Use of Hand and Voice Signals
  • Applicable OSHA and ANSI/ASME Safety Standards
  • Safe, Effective and Efficient Operating Techniques
  • Proper Crane Set-up
  • Evaluating and Applying Site Conditions
  • Dangers of Power Lines
  • Equipment Overload, Shock Loading
  • Two-Blocking
  • Supporting Surface Requirements
  • Load Chart Interpretations and Applications
  • Lift Planning & Verifying the Weight of the Load
  • Load Control
  • Use of Operator Aids
  • Basic Rigging Principles
  • Determining Center of Gravity
  • Sling Selection, Inspection and Sling Angles
  • Wire Rope Construction and Inspection
  • Hitch Selection and Applications
  • Pre-Operation & Post Operation Inspections
  • Equipment Maintenance
  • Minimizing the Opportunity for Accidents