Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane (UP TO 30M / 100MT)

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About The Course: Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane (UP TO 30M / 100MT)

The CPCS A63 Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane course provides candidates with both the theory and practical knowledge to be able to safely and effectively operate a Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane (UP TO 30M / 100MT). It is a step towards candidates successfully passing their CPCS Tests.

Course Content

  • How to safely and effectively operate Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane (UP TO 30M / 100MT)
  • Understanding the recognised signals for controlling operations
  • Appreciation of safe loads within capacity of the Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane (UP TO 30M / 100MT)
  • How to maintain a crane and carry out minor adjustments
  • Understanding the capabilities of equipment, safety precautions and procedures to place crane out of service
  • Understanding of lifting capacity and safe working radius
  • Safe load indicators and overload warnings
  • Maintenance of counterweights and related checking procedures
  • Principles of safe slinging, capacities of lifting gear and effect of shock loading on strength and stability of crane structure
  • Up-to-date regulations and Codes of Practice in relation to lifting equipment, including operator’s legal responsibility
  • Relevant to Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane (UP TO 30M / 100MT).

How is the course taught and assessed?

The course is taught over 4-5 days via both discussions of the theoretical aspects of the role and practical exercises. Assessment is carried out with examinations of both elements. This course covers Pedestrian Operated Tower Crane (UP TO 30M / 100MT).