A Slinger Signaller acts as the eyes and ears of the machine operator. They communicate using a range of signals, ensuring the safety of the load, operators, and any other workers or site visitors that could be at risk. A Slinger is also responsible for the slinging of loads.
We offer certification for the Slinger Signaller from the following awarding bodies: CPCS, NPORS.
A Crane Supervisor is responsible for supervising lifting operations and following the lift plan prepared by the Appointed Person. They work as part of a team to ensure lifting operations comply with the law and secure the health and safety of employees and of all those affected by the operations.
We offer certification for the Crane Supervisor from the following awarding bodies: CPCS, NPORS.
An Appointed Person is responsible for the planning of lifting operations, taking into account the ground conditions, site access / egress, existing proximity hazards and any other ongoing construction work. They must be competent, with sufficient training, technical knowledge and experience, to develop a safe system of work for lifting operations.
We offer certification for the Appointed Person from the following awarding bodies: CPCS, NPORS.
An Overhead Crane can be found in industrial environments and consists of parallel runways with a travelling bridge spanning the gap. A hoist, the lifting component of a crane, travels along the bridge.Unlike mobile or construction cranes, overhead cranes are typically used for either manufacturing or maintenance applications.
We offer certification on the Overhead Crane from the following awarding body: NPORS.
A mobile Crane is a crane mounted on crawlers or wheels. They are designed for easy transport to a site and can be used for different types of load with little or no setup or assembly. It generally operates a boom with a hook suspended at the end by wire rope and sheaves.
We offer certification on the Mobile Crane from the following awarding bodies: CPCS, NPORS.
A Knuckle Boom Crane looks similar to a standard crane, however the boom articulates at the ‘knuckle’ near the middle, letting it fold back like a finger. This provides a compact size for storage and manoeuvring. They have become very common on offshore vessels as less of the deck space is blocked by the crane.
We offer certification on the Marine Knuckle Boom Crane from the following awarding body: NPORS.