Summary of offshore crane training development programme
Stage 1– New operators- Designed to suit person who have no previous crane operating experience
Place of experience-static lifting- Conducted under direct supervision to develop the trainee operator’s skill for the deck lifting operations only. (Minimum 40 Hrs. 2 years)

Stage 2– Experienced operators- Designed to suit person with formal training and practical workplace crane operating experience (state load only)
Place of work experience- Dynamic lifting _conducted under direct supervision of a level 3 crane operator and develop skills for Dynamic lifting operation minimum 4 mouths for 2years .

Stage 3-Copetence assessment – the first assessment is conducted at the student’s workplace by a Rigworld Training assessor to deem the crane operator competent in static and dynamic operations. Valid for 2 years

Stage 3– Re-assessment to ensure continuing competences. This can be conducted at the student’s workplace or on a simulator.

To ensure the student gain and develop the initial and basic skills with underpinning knowledge required to operate offshore crane. Those who successfully achieve level 1 certification will be able to perform on board (static) lift and WUILL NOT: make dynamic or off-board lifts, personnel lifts heavy lifts or high risk/difficult lifts.

A Level 1 Crane Operator shall only operate the crane under the direct supervision of a stutably qualified and experienced level 2 or level 3 Crane Operator whilst gaining experience..

To enable student to gain and progress there initial and basic with underpinning knowledge, required to operate offshore cranes. Those who successfully achieve Level 2 certification will be able to perform on board (static) lifts.

  • A level 2 Crane Operator shall only operate the crane for Dynamic / Complex operations under direct supervision of a suitably qualified and experienced level 3 Crane operator.

To define through verbal interaction, written examination and an observed assessment, the candidate’s underpinning knowledge. Their subsequent application of their job knowledge, through following procedure, understanding LOLER standards. This pre-use inspection and verbally conveyed knowledge of the safety system fitted will be expected .Finally the operation of the lifting equipment is static &dynamic modes will be observed in a safe & controlled manner, within its design parameters. (NO RESTICIONS)

FORKLIFT OPERATOR
This course is for NEW operators and supervisors of forklift operations.
The course uses OSHA criteria from 29 CFR 1910.178.
Course instructors highlight the most common dangers of powered industrial truck operation and provide solution to those dangers of powered industrial truck operations and provide solutions to those dangers.

Driving tips, avoiding injury and proper handling & transportation of loads are featured. To be in compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.178, only trained and authorized operators shall be permitted to operate a powered industrial truck.
Participants receive manuals & hands- on practical exercise to facilitate training.

Banksman /Slinger Level 1
This course is designed to provide  delegated with the knowledge necessary to eliminate poor load handling techniques and damage to equipment.
It provides safety measures and skills required to becomes a positive influence over safety and equipment suing LOLER REGULATIONS

Rigging Loft Management
This course is designed to provide participant with a better knowledge and understanding of the legal and practical requirement in running an operational rigging loft, from controlling the issue and receiving of rigging loft  equipment to carrying out pre-use inspections and the disposal and quarantine of unit for use equipment.

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