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RIIHAN208E – Perform Dogging

Dogman training is designed to give students the skills and knowledge in selecting suitable lifting materials when moving loads.

$500.00

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$500.00

RIIHAN208E – Perform Dogging

RIIHAN208E – Perform Dogging covers work in conjunction with cranes using slinging techniques, selection and inspection of lifting gear and directing the crane operator in the movement of loads. Dogman training is designed to give students the skills and knowledge in selecting suitable lifting materials when moving loads.

There are two main aspects involved in dogging. The first involves moving a load using slinging techniques and the second involves the directing of a hoist or crane operator when the load is out of the operator’s full view. The detailed course will help you to plan a job, select and inspect the appropriate equipment, prepare the site and equipment, perform the task and finally to complete the task in a safe manner and document any issues if necessary.

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Requirements

There are some prerequisites that must be adhered to if you’re looking to get your forklift licence:

  • Minimum 18 years of age
  • Basic knowledge and understanding of English (written and verbal)
  • 100pts of ID (e.g. driver’s licence, passport, birth certificate, etc.)
  • USI Unique Student Identifier. Get one here
Couse components
  • Hazard control measures and risk assessment regarding the slinging and directing of loads.
  • Selecting and inspecting the appropriate lifting gear, and communication and personal. protective
    equipment according to procedures and site instructions.
  • Ensure the correct attachments are used for lifting.
  • Isolation procedures and documentation when reporting faulty equipment.
  • Effective use of communication such as hand signals, whistles and two-way radios along with good
    communication skills with supervisors and co-workers.
  • Estimating and measuring loads using mathematical procedures.
  • Relevant OHS legislation, standards and codes of practice.
Additional information

A DG class High Risk Work Licence will soon become a pre-requisite for a number of HRWL in the industry.
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