The stage 3 assessment progression is designed as an evaluation of the candidates’ skill as a crane operator, usually after completing 40 hours of crane operations.
The one day assessment evaluates the competencies of the candidate operating the crane, as per stage 2, but also concentrates on the planning and understanding of the lifting process.
The criteria for stage three comprises of the fundamental elements of the stage 2 assessment and includes:
Upon completion of the course delegates should be able to:
Prerequisite of the Crane Operator Stage Three (3) Training
To be assess and certified to stage three in crane operation, the participants must have completed stage two training in crane operation. Participant will be expected to present medical certificate of sight fitness before being tested for the crane operator stage three course.
Who Should Attend
The crane operator stage three (3) training is intended for individuals who are to be involved in lifting operation using cranes and personnel transfers/work basket, offloading and back loading supply vessels and performing non-routine lifts.
The candidate and the assessor will agree on the assessment plan with elucidations on the candidate to provide verifiable evidence and product as outlined in the assessment form as part of the first phase of the assessment. This should consist at least of the following:
The crane operator will have to acclimatize the assessor with the crane and functions in the Cab as if he was making a handover to another crane operator, Observations to be noted will include, but not be limited to: