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Course in lifting equipment, slinging and strapping


Description
Our web-based course in lifting equipment provides a documented training in regards to the Working Environment Act, Regulation concerning Organization, Management and Participation, Internal Control Regulation, Regulation concerning Performance of Work, Machine Regulation, Manufacturer Regulation and Workplace Regulation.

In the course you learn about HSE and the regulations concerning workplaces where lifting is performed. It also gives a thorough introduction to the work tasks of a banksman, slinger and signaler, as well as the lifting equipment used to perform the work tasks.

This course in lifting equipment is available in Norwegian and English.

Structure:
• The public regulations
• Signaling
• Terminology
• Lifting equipment
• First aid
• Exam

Completion demands
- Must pass the exam
– Send documentation of practical training

Documents to fill out are provided in the course.

Course duration: ~5-7 hours
Content
  • Intro
  • Course in lifting equipment, slinging and strapping
  • Purpose of the course
  • An overview of the course
  • Who is this course for?
  • Why this course in lifting equipment?
  • Why this course in lifting equipment? 2
  • Exam
  • Short explanation to the terms
  • Roles
  • Notification - photo
  • Notification - practice documents
  • Help
  • Part 1 : Public regulations
  • Public regulations
  • Law sources
  • Working Environment Act
  • Definitions
  • Employer’s duties
  • Employer’s duties– Choosing work equipment
  • Employer’s duties– Provide information
  • Employer’s duties 2
  • Internal control regulation (HSE)
  • HSE
  • Risk assessment
  • Risk assessment 2
  • Employee’s duties
  • Employee’s duties 2
  • Notifying
  • Employee’s duties– Contribution
  • Accidents
  • Accidents : example
  • Why is contribution important?
  • Employee’s duties- Participate
  • Demands to the work environment
  • The psycho social work environment
  • The physical work environment
  • Demands to the work environment
  • Demands to work equipment
  • Demands to work equipment 2
  • Demands to work equipment 3
  • Demands to work equipment 4
  • Demands to work equipment 5
  • Demands for non-guiding loads
  • Demands for non-guiding loads 2
  • Demands for non-guiding loads 3
  • Part 1. Public regulations
  • Part 2: Signalling
  • Signalling
  • Signalling 2
  • How to signal?
  • Permanent signage and marking
  • Plan the signalling
  • Plan the signalling 2
  • Plan the signalling 3
  • Areas demanding marking
  • Signs
  • Signs 2
  • Signs- prohibition signs
  • Signs- Warning signs
  • Signs- Mandatory signs
  • Signs- Emergency signs
  • Signs- Alarm signs
  • Signs- Fire protection signs
  • Signs 3
  • Light signals
  • Sound signals
  • Signals through verbal communication
  • Verbal communication when directing a crane
  • Crane lift verbal communication animation
  • Hand-communication when directing a crane
  • Examples of standardized handsignals
  • Hand signals
  • Signaller
  • Part 2. Signaling
  • Part 3: Introduction to the terminology
  • Introduction to the terminology
  • Expressions for lifting operations
  • Lifting equipment
  • Top nook/top ring
  • Balance-head
  • Precursor
  • Multiple-part lifting equipment
  • Marking
  • Documents
  • Other terms
  • Inspecting equipment and components
  • Slinging
  • The weight of the load
  • Example
  • Work angle
  • Work angle 30°
  • Work angle 45°
  • Work angle 60°
  • Load at different work angles
  • Gravity point
  • Asimetrical-simetrical crane lifting animation
  • Symmetrical and unsymmetrical lifts
  • Lifting charts
  • Lifting charts 2
  • Lifting charts - Diameter
  • Lifting charts – symmetrical lifts
  • Lifting charts – unsymmetrical load
  • Lifting charts – fiber slings
  • Lifting charts for fiber slings- use
  • Lifting charts for fiber slings- use 2
  • Lifting charts for fiber slings - use 3
  • Lifting charts for fiber slings - use 4
  • Lifting charts for chain equipment - use
  • Lifting charts for steel wire rope - use
  • Lifting charts for steel wire ropes - use 2
  • Finding the necessary lifting capacity by calculation
  • Example
  • Calculating tensile strength when attaching multiple types of lifting equipment
  • Procedure for calculation
  • Part 3. Introduction to terminology
  • Part 4: Lifting equipment
  • Lifting equipment
  • Chain equipment
  • Chain equipment 2
  • Chain equipment 3
  • Chain equipment - Quality
  • Chain equipment - Temperature
  • Chain equipment - extension before breach
  • Compound chain equipment
  • Marking tag
  • Chain equipment – linking elements
  • Chain equipment – linking elements 2
  • Chain equipment – Linking elements 3
  • Chain equipment – linking elements 4
  • Chain equipment – Shortening elements
  • Pre-use inspection of chains
  • Pre-use inspection of chains
  • Chain equipment - snaring
  • Chain equipment – lifting point
  • Storage and maintenance of chain equipment
  • Control routines - Chains
  • Control routines - coupling elements
  • Control routines - coupling components
  • Steel rope slings
  • Steel rope slings advantages & disadvantages
  • Steel rope construction
  • Steel rope IWRC and FC abilities
  • Steel rope – Conventional threading and parallel threading
  • Parallel threaded steel rope
  • Seale (S)
  • Warrington (W)
  • Warrington-Seale (WS)
  • Filler (F)
  • Different steel rope for different purpose
  • Non-rotational ropes
  • Different types of cord laying
  • Steel rope on drum
  • Steel rope on drum 2
  • Steel rope on drum 3
  • Marking steel rope straps
  • General use of steel rope straps
  • General use of steel rope straps 2
  • Snaring with steel rope straps
  • U-form lifts with steel rope straps
  • Steel rope straps end brackets
  • Steel rope straps end brackets
  • Steel rope straps end brackets 2
  • Steel rope straps end brackets 3
  • Shorten steel ropes
  • Storing and maintenance of steel ropes
  • Inspection
  • Fiber straps
  • Fiber straps design
  • Fiber straps Material
  • Fiber straps WLL
  • Diameter - Coupling components
  • Round sling
  • Label
  • Label on fiber straps
  • Round sling – use
  • Band sling/Band strap - use
  • Protecting against sharp edges
  • Fiber strap of Kevlar made for heavy lifts
  • Shorten round sling/band sling
  • Splicing two fiber straps
  • Inspection of fiber straps
  • Storage and maintenance of fiber straps
  • Shackles
  • Shackles 2
  • Marking shackles
  • Shackle loads
  • Shackle loads 2
  • Use of shackles
  • Use of shackles 2
  • Storage and maintenance of shackles
  • Eye bolt /eye nut
  • Marking eye bolt /eye nut
  • Use of Eye bolt /eye nut
  • Storage and maintenance of bolts
  • Storage and maintenance of bolts
  • Spreader
  • Marking the spreader
  • Different types of spreaders
  • Use of spreaders
  • Pallet fork
  • Marking pallet forks
  • Different types of pallet forks
  • Use of pallet forks
  • Pallet fork inspection
  • Containers
  • Marking containers
  • Lifting containers
  • Lifting containers 2
  • Concrete buckets
  • Using concrete buckets
  • Concrete bucket inspection
  • Special clamps and hooks
  • Plate clamps
  • Plate clamps 2
  • Plate clamp labeling
  • Plate clamp inspection
  • Barrel lifters
  • Barrel lifters marking
  • Pipe lifters
  • Pipe lifters marking
  • Vacuum lifters
  • Vacuum lifters 2
  • Vacuum lifters marking
  • Vacuum lifters inspection
  • Magnetic lifters
  • Magnetic lifters 2
  • Magnetic lifters marking
  • Magnetic lifters inspection
  • Part 4. Lifting equipment
  • Part 5: First Aid
  • First Aid
  • Preventive measures
  • Systematic HSE-work
  • Precautions
  • Competence
  • Emergency situations
  • Basic first aid
  • What is first aid?
  • Acting on site
  • Acting on site: get an overview
  • Informing emergency services
  • Emergency situations
  • If a person does not breathe
  • CPR – Cardiopulsory Resucitation
  • Cardiac arrest
  • Stop bleeding
  • Part 5. First aid
  • Finish and exam
  • Exam
  • Exam
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever