Licence to Perform Dogging (DG)

 

 

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Course Information

Course Code

CPCCLDG3001

Course Cost

$1295.00

Course Duration

5 Days

RTO Provider

On the Job Training (RTO 70023)

Entry Requirement/s

NIL

 

Course Overview

 

This course is designed to ensure that participants have the skills and knowledge required to perform slinging techniques, including the selection and inspection of lifting gear and/or the directing of the crane operator in the movement of the load when the load is out of view of the crane/ operator for licensing purposes.

This course covers the scope of work to demonstrate competency in the application of slinging techniques, selection and inspection of lifting gear and/or the directing of the crane/ operator in the movement of the load. It is based upon the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work.

This course option is suitable for participants without access to a workplace to gain experience, or workplaces who don’t have the resources to supervise staff while gaining nominal hours. If at any time during these 5 days the assessor recognises the need for the participant to complete gap training, participants will be given their logbook to gain nominal hours in the workplace prior to attending an assessment.

Training and assessment are conducted by On the Job Training on behalf of WorkSafe Connect (Registered Training Organisation – 31385) under a registered third-party arrangement with the Australian Skills Quality Authority.

On successful completion of this course, participants will be able to apply for a High Risk Work DOGGER (DG) Licence. There are costs associated with applying for the licence. Please visit www.worksafe.qld.gov.au for current licence fees.

Application

 

This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to safely perform dogging work. Dogging consists of the application of slinging techniques to move a load, including the selection and inspection of lifting gear, and the directing of a plant operator in the movement of a load when the load is out of sight of the operator.

Dogging work is conducted in the construction industry and other industries where loads are lifted and moved using cranes or hoists.

Completion of the general construction induction training program, specified in the Safe Work Australia model Code of Practice: Construction Work, is required by anyone carrying out construction work. Achievement of CPCCWHS1001 - Prepare to work safely in the construction industry meets this requirement.

Competence in this unit does not in itself result in a licence. A licence is obtained after competence is assessed under applicable Commonwealth, state or territory work health and safety (WHS) regulations.


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Course Outcomes

 
  • Plan task
  • Select and inspect equipment
  • Set Up Task
  • Perform task
  • Shutdown job and clean up

Course Outline

 
  • Communication techniques in the workplace including whistles, hand signals and use of fixed channel two-way radios
  • Calculate rated capacity of lifting equipment
  • Ability to interpret rated capacity and working load limit tags
  • Hazard identification and control
  • Slinging techniques
  • Selection and inspection of lifting equipment
  • Directing crane operators in the moving of loads in a safe manner, using a slewing crane
  • Inspection and care of a wide range of lifting equipment to appropriate Australian Standards and/or manufacturer's specifications.
  • Appropriate mathematical procedures for estimation and measurement of loads
  • Basic knowledge of types of cranes and their functions
  • WHS legislation, standards and codes of practice relevant to the full range of techniques for undertaking dogging activities
  • Load stability and safety factors in line with manufacturer's specifications
  • Understanding of the hierarchy of control

Pre-requisite For This Course

 

What to Bring

 
  • Provide 100 Points of identification (as per Workplace Health and Safety Queensland requirements)
  • Steel cap Boots
  • Safety gloves
  • Hi-Visibility shirt and hard hat with a brim
  • Suitable outdoor work clothing (no singlets)
  • Lunch and water bottle
  • If applicable, any evidence of prior experience e.g old certificates
  • USI Number (Find My USI)

Additional Information

 

Course days typically run from 7:00am to approximately 3:30pm - Participants are advised to arrive 15 minutes early to sign in.

*You may be required to start before 7:00am and stay after 3:30pm depending on how long the formal assessment runs for, we will advise of these times on the day of formal assessment.

 
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Phone: 07 5502 8331

After hours: 0404 709 861

Email: admin@onthejobtraining.edu.au

Address: 79 Christensen Road, Stapylton QLD 4207

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