ASL Safety & Training

Course Outlines -

Course Outlines -

HIAB (Lorry Loader)

Format: 1 day
No. of participants: Up to 6 or 3
Certification: ASL Safety & Training / RTITB Certification

Objective:

To ensure that all participants are trained in the correct and safe operation of a variety of lorry loaders.
Background

The term lorry loader covers an extraordinary range of equipment. The smallest compact lorry loaders are fitted to builders' pick-up trucks and vans often with a lifting capacity of less than 500 kilograms and are manually operated. This contrasts with a top-of-the range lorry loader fitted to a purpose-built tractor or four axle truck. These could be fitted with a knuckle boom and up to 8 hydraulic extensions lifting in excess of 150 tones, and with a reach over 30 meters.
The complexity of operating the various machines that fall into this category highlight the wide variety of skills required.

Course content:

Theory:

  • Duties of operator
  • Responsibilities of operator
  • Pre-Shift inspections
  • Maintenance of machines
  • Hazards associated when operating the machine


Practical:

  • Inspections of machine before use
  • Risk assessment in working environment
  • Wearing of correct PPE
  • Loading / Unloading of different types of loads when using chains or slings
  • Recognition and use of approved hand signals


Participants must bring the following on the day of training:

  • Passport Photo
  • Current Safe Pass is Advisable
  • Personal Protective Equipment

Participants must be aged 18 years or over