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Responsibilities for a lifting operation:

All lifting operations need to be planned and managed this is a requirement by law. The people involved in a lifting operation should be suitably trained to undertake the task required.

Key Roles within the Lifting Operations

A61 Appointed Person

A61 Appointed Person (AP) (Crane Management) This is a person with theoretical knowledge and practicable experience of planning a lifting operation. (Safe System of Work)

£830.00 +vat

A62 Lift Supervisor

A62 Lift supervisor. This is the person who supervises the lifting operation, they work on behalf of the AP and deliver the project following the safe system provided by the AP.

£830.00 +vat

A60C Mobile Crane Operator

A60C Mobile Crane Operator. This is the person who drives the crane, he will follow instruction from the Lift supervisor and Slinger/Signallers. Rigging the crane to manufactures instruction / risk &method statement.

£2650.00 +vat

A40A Slinger Signaller

A40A Slinger Signaller. This is the person / persons whom sling the load as per the safe system of work and signal the crane operator to move the loads from starting location to final destination.

£830.00 +vat

A36 Lorry Loader

A36 Lorry Loader. This is the person who operates the lorry loader, he will follow instruction from the Lift supervisor and Slinger/Signallers. Setting up the machine to manufactures instruction / risk & method statement.

£830.00 +vat

A77 Tele-Handler 360 SLEW (ROTO)

A77 Tele-Handler 360 SLEW (ROTO). This course is for people who want to learn to operate a telescopic handler which includes the 360 SLEW otherwise known as a ROTO.

£1958.00 + vat

A66 Compact Crane (Spider Crane)

A66 Compact Crane (Spider Crane). This is the person who operates the lorry loader, he will follow instruction from the Lift supervisor and Slinger/Signallers. Setting up the machine to manufactures instruction / risk & method statement.

£1295.00 + vat

The Construction Plant Competence Scheme (CPCS) provides cards for the plant sector of the construction and allied industries. CPCS stands for the Construction Plant Competence Scheme- a card scheme designed to prove the skills of plant operatives.

CPCS was launched in 2003 at the request of employers, to help them comply with regulations and requirements, and aims to apply common standards for all plant operators. It is the most widely recognised as the preferred card to comply with codes of practice for competence and certification. It is required to operate on most types of plant on UK Contractors Group (UKCG) sites throughout the UK.