Course Information

Unit Name

CPCCLRG3001 - Licence to perform rigging basic level

Licence

RB

Course Cost

$1950.00 or $701.00 'out of pocket expense' with CSQ funding

Course Duration

5 Days

Entry Requirement/s

DG – Licence to Perform Dogging

 

Course Overview

 

This course is designed to ensure that participants have the skills and knowledge required to perform basic rigging work associated with movement of plant and equipment, steel erections, hoists (including mast climbing hoists), placement of pre-cast concrete, safety nets and static lines, perimeter safety screens and shutters; and cantilever crane loading platforms for licensing purposes.

This course requires the applicant to be able plan the work, select and inspect equipment, set up task, erect structures and plant and dismantle structures and plant.

Please note that this course has a pre-requisite requirement that participants hold the unit CPCCLDG3001 - Licence to perform dogging or holding a valid licence for dogging. Participants will have to provide a copy of their Statement of Attainment or their High-Risk licence as evidence.

This course 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 the course 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.

On successful completion of this course, participants will be able to apply for a High-Risk Work Rigger Basic 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 basic rigging work.

Riggers use mechanical load shifting equipment and associated gear to move, place or secure loads, including plant, equipment or members of a structure. Riggers ensure the stability of those members and set up and dismantle hoists.

This unit applies to rigging work involving:

  • Structural steel erection
  • Hoists
  • Pre-cast concrete members of a structure
  • Safety nets and static lines
  • Mast climbing work platforms
  • Perimeter safety screens and shutters
  • Cantilevered crane loading platforms.

Rigging work is undertaken in construction and other industries where load shifting equipment is used to move, place or secure loads.

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.


Further Information is available on the following links:

 

Course Outcomes

 
  • Plan job
  • Select and inspect equipment
  • Set up task
  • Perform Task
  • Dismantle structures and plant

Course Outline

 
  • Calculate Safe Working Load (SWL) and Working Load Limit (WLL)
  • Ability to erect and dismantle, level, plumb and stabilise associated plant and structures
  • Ability to work safely at heights including the correct application of safety equipment
  • Accurate interpretation of basic structural charts and structural plans (site information)
  • Correct application and use of all rigging and associated equipment
  • Risk assessment and hazard control strategies
  • Verify problems and equipment faults and demonstrate appropriate response
  • Appropriate mathematical procedures for estimation and measurement of loads
  • Knowledge of the types and functions of rigging, safety and associated equipment including an understanding of their limitations
  • Organisational and workplace standards, requirements, policies and procedures for rigging
  • WHS legislation, standards and codes of practice for undertaking rigging activities
  • Understanding of inspection and maintenance requirements of a wide range of appropriate plant and equipment in line with Australian Standards or manufacturer's specifications
  • Estimation of ground bearing pressures of the full range of soil types and associated ground conditions for setting up plant and equipment

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 Timing:

Course days typically run from 6:30am to approximately 3:00pm - Participants are advised to arrive 15 minutes early to sign in.

*You may be required to start before 6:30am and stay after 3:00pm depending on how long the formal assessment runs for, we will advise of these times on the day of formal assessment.


Course Structure:
Please note: Competence in a unit does not in itself result in a licence.

Once the trainer believes the participant has demonstrated theoretical and practical understanding of the chosen course (i.e ‘Unit of Competency’), this will be verified with a certificate or what’s known as a ‘Statement of Attainment’ from us, On the Job Training.

In order to obtain a licence, the candidate, after successful completion of the unit of competency, can choose to participate in the theoretical and practical assessments known as ‘National Assessment Instruments’ (NAI) held at the conclusion of each course at On the Job Training. This is conducted by an assessor on behalf of Workplace Health & Safety Queensland. On successful completion of the mandated assessments, they will be issued with a ‘Candidate Assessment Summary’ (CAS) by On the Job Training.

Upon successful completion of the NAI as stated above, the Office of Industrial Relations Queensland will contact them with instructions on how to apply for the high risk work licence.

For more information about costs associated with the chosen licence visit the Workplace Health & Safety website.
 
 
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