EWP Training Brisbane
Gallmac Training is now offering the highest quality EWP Training Brisbane at the best prices. We promise the best service with the greatest levels of enthusiasm from our highly skilled, knowledgeable and qualified trainers to provide an easy, enjoyable program for participants. We have courses starting daily, at all times including afternoons and weekends. At Gallmac, we provide the best services to ensure that all participants are completely satisfied, and enjoy the EWP Training Brisbane program.
Gallmac EWP Training Brisbane provides learners with all the required resources needed to pass both the theory and practical aspects of the elevating work platform (EWP) assessment. We provide all the paperwork required including EWP Training Brisbane plans/logbooks, activity workbooks, activity worksheets, Easy Guide review books, videos, power point presentations and helpful, knowledgeable, experienced trainer assessors to assist with learners passing the assessment. We also provide learners with more than enough time on our brand new Haulotte HA16PX Knuckle boom to master the practical skills required to safely operate an elevating work platform to maintain the safety of the operator, and those around them, thus maintaining their duty of care. We are also able to bring our elevating work platform to your workplace, providing previous arrangements have been made.
By the end of this EWP Training Brisbane course, students will have developed the necessary skills required to pass both the written and practical components of this high risk license course. This will include the theory and knowledge required for the assessment, that will ensure participants can pass the written examination, and have the skills required to be safe in the workplace. Gallmac EWP Training Brisbane will cover a large amount of information, including the following topics:
- Legislation — The laws surrounding High Risk tickets, including how long a statement of attainment is valid for, how often licenses need to be renewed, penalties in relation to failing to maintain your duty of care, and other laws surrounding the Dogging license.
- Hazards — How to identify and assess a number of potential hazards in a workplace.
- Powerline Information — Voltages of powerlines, safe distances, what are tiger tails and what are their purpose, steps to working within safe distances for powerlines and more.
- Hazard Control Measures — Different hazard controls, when to choose them, when to apply them, and when to check them, as well as how and when to pack up hazard controls.
- Communications — What communications are available for EWP operators to use, and when each of those communication methods are best used, as well as when to select and when to inspect communication methods and devices.
- Weights — What is working load limit (WLL) and/or rated capacity, and how to identify the working load limit or rated capacity of an elevating work platform, and what is covered by the rated capacity
- Harness Inspection — How to identify a number of different defects in harnesses, different types of harnesses and when they are used, what to do with defective equipment including harnesses
- Routine pre-start checks — What to look for on daily checklist or machine logbook, how to conduct a pre-start check, what possible defects to look for, the purpose of a danger tag, and who can remove it.
- Routine post-start checks — What routine post-start checks to look for including ground controls, basket controls, Emergency stop, breaks, lights, warning lights, horns, sirens, and communications.
- General Operations — Set up, unsafe incident and emergency procedures, what to check with council when setting up on busy streets, what is meant by live load, dead load and wind load, general safety when operating the EWP, equipment and devices, the purpose of ground controls, tool safety and the reason why tools must be secured in a toolbox
- Shut down procedures — How to properly shut down and secure the elevating work platform in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications and site-specific procedures, including the following six steps
- Parking the machine in a safe, allocated position, applying the relevant motion locks and breaks
- Safe shutdown procedures including correct position to leave the machine, as per manufacturer’s specifications
iii. Post-operational checks, as per manufacturer’s specifications to ensure the machine has not been damaged by use, and is safe for the next operator
- Filling out the logbook
- Securing the machine by removing the keys
- Packing up the work area and safely storing equipment including tools and materials required for the task, safety equipment including hard hats and harnesses, and hazard controls including signs, barricades and traffic cones.
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