This CPCS course is designed for candidates who have had at least 300 hours experience working alongside a fully competent piling rig operator under close supervision to be familiarised with the operating procedures and duties of a piling rig attendant.
The course will cover the following:
- Name and explain the purpose of principal components of relevant piling rig plant and equipment, the basic construction, and piling sector terminology
- Conform with manufacturer’s requirements equipment and components, industry and company standards
- Undertake all pre-use checks of associated/ancillary equipment
- Explain the purpose and requirements of working platform certificates
- Outline their role in setting up and rigging piling rigs and ancillary equipment in readiness for work
- Explain the procedures and precautions to be taken when guiding rigs to and from the worksite
- Explain requirements if rigs are being manoeuvred in areas of limited or restricted space
- Guide a piling rig to a given location including through areas of limited or restricted space
- Set a communication system, and provide and receive signals and instructions to/from the operator and others
- Ensure piles are accurately installed to specification
- Comply with and provide signals and instructions
- Maintain safe working situations including exclusion zones
- Explain requirements and limitations of lifting operations with piling rig
- Outline their role for de-rigging procedures following completion of operations
Learners must have passed the Operatives Health, Safety and Environment Test within the last 2 years, prior to course start date.
A good understanding of spoken and written English.
A mixture of classroom based teaching and practical exercises.
Learners will receive a Red CPCS Trained Operator Card on passing the CPCS technical tests, valid for two years.Contact Us More CPCS Plant Training Courses