RIIHAN208E - Perform dogging Courses

The purpose of this course is to provide the skills and knowledge required to perform dogging, including planning for dogging, preparing dogging equipment and moving loads.

This course applies to those working in site-based roles. They generally work under supervision to undertake a prescribed range of functions involving known routines and procedures and take some responsibility for the quality of work outcomes.The work required in this unit relates to the National Standard for High Risk Work but this unit does not provide the license. To remain current and updated within industry it is recommended that participants complete this course every 2 years.

Students will develop the skills and knowledge to develop preliminary dogging plan and site sketch; assess and control hazards associated with load moving equipment; calculate load mass, centre of gravity, and loads in slings and equipment; move loads; perform work at heights, work in uncompleted structures and confined spaces; connect lifting gear; ensure load stability, direct loads, dismantle and inspect equipment; and clear the work area. 

Course Details

Participants should have a good level of reading, writing and numeracy so they can perform load calculations, interpret and apply safety signs, adjust work methods in response to changing weather and site conditions, identify workplace hazards, use appropriate communications technology (email, mobile, radio, etc).
Pre-course study (Online Tutorials) - 4 Hours, plus 
Face to Face Training & Assessment – between 3 - 5 days, dependent upon student’s prior experience and uptake of skills and knowledge.

For quality purposes, the RTO must determine the amount of training it provides to each participant. 

Student Handbook

Course Guide

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