CPCS A17E Telehandler Suspended Loads Novice – 13th & 14th February

£595.00 excluding vat

Course Date: 13th & 14th February 2024

Course Duration: 2 days

This course is suitable for novices as full training will be provided prior to theory and practical tests.

Approximate Course Start Time: 8.30am (Actual start time will be stated in your joining instructions).

Course Location:   Nationwide Training and Safety Services Ltd, The Coach House, Goosetree Farm, Rings End, Guyhirn, PE13 4DE.  See directions.

Free onsite parking.

To Book:  Please ensure you provide the following in the ‘Additional Information’ box at checkout.  *Full name of delegate taking the course *Date of birth *NI number or CSCS number *Confirmation that the trainee has passed their health & safety touchscreen test in the 2 years prior to the course date.

The machine that will be used for this course will be Telescopic FL – JCB 532-120.

Delegates successfully completing the course will receive a CPCS Red Trained Operator card.

We are ideally located for individuals travelling to us with a train station only a few minutes away. We can also arrange transport from the train station to our centre if required.

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Description

This course is suitable for novices as full training will be provided prior to theory and practical tests.

PLEASE NOTE – DELEGATES MUST HOLD A VALID CPCS TELEHANDLER CARD TO BE ABLE TO UNDERTAKE THIS QUALIFICATION

Course Title:

CPCS Telehandler Suspended Loads A17e

Course Content:

This course will give you foundation training and assessment in operating and maintaining telescopic handlers.

Upon completion of this course the delegates will have demonstrated through a practical and theory test that they understand:

By the end of the course, delegates should be able to:

• Identify the different types of lifting accessories and attachments and explain their functions
• Explain the correct methods for attaching suspended loads to the machine
• Explain how stability is affected by travelling with a raised boom and a suspended load
• Demonstrate an understanding of Safe Working Loads and Lifting Capacity Charts
• Explain how manufacturers may reduce the lifting capacity when moving a suspended load
• Demonstrate an understanding of centres of gravity and how to calculate weights of loads
• Identify overhead/proximity hazards
• Check the load integrity and security
• Agree the signals, direction of movement and landing placement zone with the slinger signaller
• Lift and move a load in a safe and controlled manner, with minimum uncontrolled movement
• Place and remove loads from a vehicle
• Explain visibility issues and restrictions with suspended loads
• Place loads out of sight
• Maintain safe working situations
• Carry out all out of service and securing procedures.