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Worksafe CN Licence

2016-07-09 13:35:10

 

Worksafe Licence to perform high risk work - Class: CN

This course is mandatory for anyone who wishes to operate a mobile non-slewing crane with capacity of 3 tonnes and above. If you do not have a High Risk Work Licence - class CN, you must enrol and obtain a formal training delivered by a Registered Training Organisation such as Go Workplace Training.

Non – Slewing mobile crane (CN) course covers the operation of a mobile crane of greater than 3 tonnes capacity in safe operating condition including appropriate log books, load charts and operators manuals, that complies with relevant state and territory regulation requirements or such as those described in AS1418. The crane will also incorporate a boom or jib, which includes articulated type mobile cranes and locomotive cranes, but does not include vehicle tow trucks. 

Upon Successful completion of this course, participants receive a statement of attainment and are required to lodge their notice of assessment with Australia post within 60 days. Upon successful lodgement with Australia post, a nationally recognised Worksafe ‘Licence to Perform High Risk Work – category CN’ will be posted to the applicant.

 

Course Details:

 

Course Name

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Licence to operate a non-slewing mobile crane (Greater than 3 tonnes capacity)

Course Code:

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TLILIC3006A - Worksafe High Risk Work Licence (CN)

Duration

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3 X 8 Hour Days (or ask about our accelerated learning program)

Location

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Go Workplace Training has training venues in Notting Hill in Victoria and offers this training course onsite for groups of 3 or more.

Participants

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Maximum of 4 students per trainer, per course

Dress Requirements

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Safety shoes and appropriate clothing (High visibility vests, hard hats and all other required PPE can be provided)

Equipment Required

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  • Non – Slewing mobile crane (CN) covers the operation of a mobile crane of greater than 3 tonnes capacity in safe operating condition including appropriate log books, load charts and operators manuals, that complies with relevant state and territory regulation requirements or such as those described in AS1418. The crane will also incorporate a boom or jib, which includes articulated type mobile cranes and locomotive cranes, but does not include vehicle tow trucks.
  • Mutli-purpose telescopic boom non-slewing lifting units (commonly known as Telehandlers) are regarded as non-slewing mobile cranes. 
  • All cranes are required to have 10 year major services, information supplied on the equipment to indicate the service has been completed, to the required Australian Standard. Major services must be conducted every 5 years thereafter, all cranes must be registered with the relevant state regulatory body and the details of this registration displayed on the crane.
  • Suitable materials to ‘pigsty’ the crane (where outriggers are fitted) (NAI April 2012 & GFA April 2012)
  • Three loads capable of being lifted with slings with the following weights:
    • 25% of capacity at 25% of the boom length
    • 50% of capacity at 50% of boom length
    • 50% capacity at 75% of boom length (NAI April 2012)

Material Required

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All material is supplied including trainees guide, workbook, resource materials, assessment paperwork and administrative documentation.

Prerequisites

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  • Can use the English language at a level that enables the safe performance of high risk work. (6.7 - National Standard for licensing persons performing high risk work 2006)
  • Participants are required to have general good health and fitness and any pre-existing medical conditions that will affect the training must be disclosed prior to attending.

Course Description

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At the successful completion of this course, participants will receive a licence to operate Non Slewing Cranes to the Worksafe Assessment Standards. Participants will also be able to identify the safety requirements for all Non Slewing Cranes and their working environments as well as being able to apply a working knowledge of the OH&S and regulatory requirements in accordance with Worksafe standards.

Outcome

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Upon Successful completion of this course, participants receive a statement of attainment and are required to lodge their notice of assessment with Australia post within 60 days. Upon successful lodgement with Australia post, a Nationally Recognised Worksafe ‘Licence to Perform High Risk Work – category CN’ will be posted to the applicant.