Port Campbell Jetty Crane – Safety Training

Duration

3 hours

Schedule

Port Campbell Historical Society.

Saturday 4 November 2017

9.00am - 12.00pm

Prerequisites

Photo identification (including your date of birth).

PDF Download

2017 Course Brochure.pdf

What You Learn

Crane slinging, pre-start checks, operation and reporting.

What You Get

Skills to safely operate the Port Campbell Jetty Crane.

Upon successful completion of the training, including a brief theory and practical assessment, certification will be issued to you, so you may then apply for your jetty crane security fob (card) through Parks Victoria.

Materials to Bring

Pen and notepaper.

Photo identification (including your date of birth).

Dress Code

Casual

Dates

Date
Location
Places Remaining
Date 04 Nov 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location
Port Campbell Historical Hall (opposite Parks Victoria) 42 Lord St, Port Campbell VIC 3269, Australia
Places Remaining
10

Description

CRANE OPERATION

Learn to safely operate the Port Campbell jetty crane

Designed to provide the skills and knowledge to safely operate the crane at Port Campbell jetty (installed November 2011), if you want to operate the crane, it is a requirement of Parks Victoria that you first complete this specific training program, as part of your application process for crane security fob (card) access.

Content

  • Slinging general knowledge

  • Crane pre-start checks

  • Slinging procedures

  • Safe crane operation

  • Third party awareness

  • Assessment of practical crane operation

  • Crane reporting requirements

Parks Victoria Requirements

Please contact Parks Victoria - Port Campbell Office on 13 19 63 for further information regarding the eligibility requirements and application process for the Port Campbell Jetty Crane security fob (card).

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