CPCS A62 Crane Lift Supervisors

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CPCS CPCS A62 Crane Lift Supervisors


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A62 Crane Supervisors Course Aims

To deliver thorough theory-based and practical training on all the key responsibilities of a Lift Supervisor. To ensure the candidate is able to competently and safely execute the role and pass the required CPCS Theory and Practical Tests.

A62 Crane Supervisors Course Content

To provide knowledge and understanding in the following areas:
Legislation, regulations and Codes of Practice relating to lifting duties
Safe systems of plant operation including method statements
Personal responsibilities
Cranes: types and terms
Crane documentation
Duty charts, crane stability, and safety devices
Crane appreciation
British Standard 1721
Covers role of crane supervisor
Covers role of appointed persons
Preparing an area, with exclusion zones

Frequently asked questions about CPCS A62 Crane Lift Supervisors

How long is the CPCS A62 Crane Lift Supervisors Training Course Duration?

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

Can you tell me more about the A62 Crane Supervisors 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 call us on 01623 287830

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