Non Slewing Mobile Crane

TLILIC3006 Licence to operate a non slewing mobile crane (greater than 3 tonnes capacity)   Duration 3 Days

Pre-requisite:  Nil

A Non Slewing Mobile Crane Learner’s Workbook  must be completed prior to the course.  Allow a minimum of 1 week prior to the course date to ensure you receive the Non Slewing Mobile Crane Learner’s Workbook in time for you to be able to complete it.

Unit Descriptor

 

This unit TLILIC3006 Licence to operate a non slewing mobile crane (greater than 3 tonnes capacity) specifies the outcomes required to operate a mobile crane of greater than 3 tonnes capacity that incorporates a boom or jib which includes articulated type mobile cranes and locomotive cranes, but does not include vehicle tow trucks, for licensing purposes.

 

Element Performance Criteria
1. Plan work. 1.1 Potential workplace hazards are identified.
1.2 Hazard control measures are identified consistent with appropriate standards to ensure the safety of personnel and equipment.
1.3 The weight of the load is identified and estimated in consultation with associated personnel.
1.4  Crane is appropriate to the load/s and workplace conditions.
1.5 The appropriate path for the movement of loads in the work area is inspected and determined.
1.6 Appropriate communication methods are identified with associated personnel.
2. Conduct routine checks 2.1 Crane is visually checked for any damage or defects.
2.2 Crane is accessed in a safe manner.
2.3 All signage and labels are visible and legible according to the appropriate standard.
2.4 Routine pre-operational crane checks are carried out according to procedures.
2.5 All controls are located and identified.
2.6 Crane service logbook is checked for compliance.
2.7 Crane is started according to procedures and checked for any abnormal noises.
2.8 All crane safety devices are tested according to procedures.
2.9 Pos-start operational checks are carried out according to procedures.
2.10 All communication equipment is checked for serviceability.
2.11 All damage and defects are reported and recorded according to procedures, and appropriate action is taken.
3. Set up crane. 3.1 Ground suitability is checked.
3.2 Crane is driven to the work area according to procedures.
3.3 Crane is positioned for work application and stability according to procedures.
3.4 Appropriate crane configuration for work task is determined according to procedures (where applicable).
3.5 Boom/jib and counterweight configuration data is input into the crane computer (where applicable).
3.6 Appropriate hazard prevention/control measures are applied to the work area according to procedures.
3.7 All communications equipment is tested for functionality.
4. Transfer load. 4.1 Lifts are determined within the capacity of the crane.
4.2 Boom/jib and hoist block is positioned over load following directions from associated personnel.
4.3 Test lift is carried out according to procedures.
4.4 Loads are transferred using all relevant crane movements according to procedures and the appropriate standard.
4.5 All required communication signals are correctly interpreted according to procedures and the appropriate standard.
4.6 Crane is operated according to procedures.
4.7 Load movement is monitored constantly ensuring safety to personnel and load, and crane stability.
4.8 Unplanned and/or unsafe situations are responded to in line with procedures.
5. Mobile load. 5.1 Suitability of planned route is checked for the crane according to procedures.
5.2 Crane is configured to mobile load according to procedures.
5.3 Load is moved using best mobile practice according to the appropriate standard.
6. Shut down and secure crane. 6.1 Crane boom/jib and equipment is stowed and secured, where appropriate, according to procedures and the appropriate standard.
6.2 Relevant motion locks and brakes are applied (where applicable).
6.3 Outriggers/stabilisers are stowed and secured according to procedures (where applicable).
6.4 Crane is shut down according to procedures.
6.5 Routine post-operational crane checks are carried out according to procedures.
6.6 Plates or packing are stowed and secured (where applicable).
6.7 All damage and defects are recorded and reported according to procedures, and appropriate action is taken.

 

Worksafe Code
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Course & Licence Description
Non Slewing Mobile Crane
This unit TLILIC3006A Licence to operate a non-slewing mobile crane (greater than 3 tonnes capacity) is based on the requirements of the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work. This unit in its current form meets state and territory licensing requirements.
Hours to Complete