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Conduct Telescopic Materials Handler Operations

Workers who need to exercise judgement to sling loads or who direct crane movement from outside the crane operator’s full view (such as with whistle signals or radio)

Dogging consists of two main aspects:

  • The slinging techniques used for moving a load (including the selection and inspection of lifting equipment).
  • The directing of a hoist or crane operator who is moving a load, when the load is out of the operator’s view.

Simply put, someone who engages in dogging is called a Dogger.

Course Description:

The Telehandler Ticket/Telehandler Licence unit focuses on developing participants’ skills and knowledge necessary to conduct telescopic materials handler operations in the Construction, Mining Resources, and Infrastructure Industries. Here’s an overview of what this unit entails:

1. *Telescopic Materials Handler Operations:*
– The unit covers the skills and knowledge required to operate telescopic materials handlers effectively.

2. *Construction, Mining Resources, and Infrastructure Industries:*
– The application of these skills is specifically tailored to the needs and requirements of the Construction, Mining Resources, and Infrastructure Industries.

The primary goal is to equip participants with the competencies needed to safely and efficiently operate telehandlers in various industrial settings. The training likely includes aspects such as machine operation, safety protocols, load handling, and compliance with industry standards. Upon completion, participants may be eligible to obtain a telehandler ticket or license, enabling them to contribute effectively to operations in the specified industries.

Course Outcomes

The Telehandler Ticket/Telehandler Licence unit covers a range of essential skills and knowledge related to telescopic materials handler operations. Here’s a breakdown of the key components:

1. *OHS and Legislative Obligations:*
– Understanding and complying with Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) regulations and legislative obligations relevant to telescopic materials handler operations.

2. *Identify Work Requirements, Procedures, and Instructions:*
– Recognizing and adhering to work requirements, procedures, and instructions associated with telescopic materials handler operations.

3. *Plan and Prepare for Operations:*
– Developing a plan and making preparations for the effective and safe execution of telescopic materials handler operations.

4. *Conduct Pre-Operational Checks:*
– Performing thorough pre-operational checks on the telescopic materials handler to ensure its safe and efficient functioning.

5. *Operate Telescopic Materials Handler:*
– Effectively operating the telescopic materials handler in accordance with established procedures and safety standards.

6. *Attach, Secure, Lift, Carry, and Place Materials:*
– Handling materials by attaching, securing, lifting, carrying, and placing them as required for the operation.

7. *Select, Remove, and Fit Attachments:*
– Proficiently choosing, removing, and fitting attachments to the telescopic materials handler based on operational needs.

8. *Relocate the Telescopic Materials Handler:*
– Making necessary preparations and relocating the telescopic materials handler to another location.

9. *Carry Out Machine Operator Maintenance:*
– Performing routine maintenance tasks on the telescopic materials handler to ensure its ongoing functionality and safety.

10. *Clean Up Work Area:*
– Conducting clean-up activities in the work area to maintain a safe and organized environment.

This comprehensive training program aims to equip individuals with the skills and knowledge required for safe, efficient, and compliant telescopic materials handler operations in various industrial settings.

Course Outcomes:

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