Industrial Technical Operators Training

 

  • Safe Slinging & Rigging


This training program contains safe Slinging & Rigging, Types of slings available,

Correct use of slings, methods of slinging, methods of rigging (equipment), Choice of equipment to suit SWL, Weight assessment, Centre of Gravity, various Slings, rigging techniques color coding, signals, the role of the Rigger duties and responsibilities, Safe systems.

Operative Staff who are required to lift and shift loads in the work place, Ports, vessels, warehouses etc., using rigging and slinging techniques and equipment to be trained.

  • EOT Crane


The content of the course includes information and training in:

Legislation including Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, PUWER 1998, MHASWR 1999, LOLER 1998
Pre Use and Maintenance Checks
Safe Maneuvering laden and unlading
Loading and unloading
Counterbalance
Safe Working Loads
Stability
Theoretical and practical tests

 

  • Mobile Cranes


 Our customized crane operator training is designed to provide the information and testing to help ensure that your crane operators are able to operate your cranes safely and effectively in most situations. The tailored training consists of classroom training with written testing, and hands on training with practical testing. Training is divided based on the current skill level of the participants. Changes can be made to accommodate your needs. Below is a basic, starting point outline that will be adapted for your people and equipment.

  • Forklift Safe operation


Forklift safety certification is required safety training for all employees who operate a forklift.

Supervisors directly responsible for forklifts used within their departments must ensure that only trained and certified individuals operate equipment. Certification must be renewed every three years. ISQS provides detailed training materials and guidelines and departmental instructors provide the training. This departmental instructor-led course and evaluation introduces employees to forklift design, necessary safety precautions, and the basic principles of safe operation.

  • Safe Scaffolding


This course is designed to give participants the  know/edge and skills to safely and efficiently perform basic scaffolding. The course covers regulation, safety requirements. Tube and fitting, frames, mobile scaffolding, ladders and trestles.

  • Banksman


Banksman training ensures that an organization meets its legal requirements and reduces the risk of costly accidents when carrying out common, but dangerous, reversing maneuvers.

Course Summary:

  • The safe passage of reversing vehicles in confined spaces
  • Identification of areas of danger within sites
  • HSE and Road Transport Industry Training Board recommended code of signals
  • Guiding large goods vehicles, both rigid and articulated, using the code of signals to HSE Guide Notes HSG136 standard

  • Telehandler


 The aim of the Telehandler Forklift Course is to provide candidates with the basic knowledge and practical skills involved in operating a Telehandler Forklift to the CPCS (Construction Plant Competence Scheme) standard.

All candidates will be trained and tested by one of ISQS fully accredited, expert instructors.

The duration of the course depends on the number of candidates and the experience of each candidate, in general our courses consist of 4 days training with an additional day for practical testing, and this is based on 3 candidates with little or no experience, with 1 machine and 1 instructor.

  • Material Handling


 ISQS material handling training is designed to familiarize employees with basic concepts of material handling from manual transport to using tank trucks and bucket trucks. Handling hazardous material requires proper training to effectively handle the job correctly. ISQS has long experience training workforces in the best practices and procedures for material handling.

  • Introduction to Hydraulic Systems


 This training course identifies the basic components of an industrial hydraulic system and explains their functions. Formulas, including Pascal’s Law, are presented and their use in determining values in a hydraulic system is explained.

  • Electrical Hazards


 Electrical Safety Training Topics Include:

  • How Electricity Works
  • Fall Hazards
  • Safe Work Practices
  • Voltage and Current
  • Arc Flash & Arc Blast
  • Overhead Line Work
  • Electrical Power
  • Static Electricity
  • Equipment Inspection
  • Conductors
  • Common Electrical Hazards
  • Lighting
  • Insulators
  • Types of Electrical Workers
  • PPE
  • Electrical Protective Devices
  • Live Electrical Work
  • Insulated Tools
  • Electrical Shocks and Burns
  • Lockout Tagout

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