Lifting Operations - लिफ्ट सञ्चालन

Training Overview

A rigging plan is developed every time a heavy load is being lifted. The basic idea behind a rigging plan is to have control and establish safety precautions. It is an important planning process that will identify all hazardous situations that might be encountered during lifting.

The Lifting Operations Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) are set of regulations created under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 which came into force in Great Britain on 5 December 1998 and replaced a number of other pieces of legislation which covered the use of lifting equipment.

The purpose of this lifting plan is to identify the control measures necessary to negate the primary hazards of the: n crane overturning n load falling from the crane n load or machine striking someone or any other identified hazard.


Title Details
Client Training Requirement
  •  Training Room Conducive of Learning
  •  Projector

  •  White Board
**Training venue if arranged by the client
Nosha Training Method
  • Interactive sessions
  • Power Point
  • HSE video related to subject training .
Course Content
Minimum Qualification
  •  Ability to understand English Language 
  • Background or previous HSE training is beneficial but not required
Validity Of Certificate
  • Two (2) Year
Course Accessment
  • Multiple choice questionnaire after end of course
Course Certification Successful participants who passed the written and practical test will receive certificates on Fall Protection and Working at Height Training.
Duration 1 day
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