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Wollongong’s experts in obtaining High Risk Llicences

All Onsite Training & Assessment is Wollongong’s team of specialist high risk trainers who help to enhance your career opportunities by making your fully competent in obtaining heavy vehicle licences. Our courses enable you to focus on the type of heavy vehicle licences you need to work in your chosen high risk roles.

We advise you on which steps you need to take and all the information you need to know to obtain your heavy vehicle licences, along with our training and assessment services. For further advice and answers to any queries you may have, please don’t hesitate to contact All Onsite Training & Assessment in Wollongong.

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National Licensing for Earthmoving or Particular Crane (EPC) Occupational Classes

Under new nationally harmonised work health and safety (WHS) laws, earthmoving or particular crane (EPC) occupational classes are not required to be licensed from 1 January 2012.

Plant that falls under the EPC class are as follows:

  • Dump truck
  • Backhoe
  • Front end loader
  • Excavator
  • Skid steer loader
  • Road roller
  • Grader
  • Scraper
  • Dozer
  • Bridge and gantry remote control crane

    No replacement EPC plant licences will be issued after 31 December 2011.

    Why has it changed?

    It was agreed on a national level that as licensing is the highest form of regulatory intervention, that it should only be applied in situations with substantial risk of serious injury. As a consequence, all load shifting classes of work were put through a rigorous assessment process to determine if they required licensing. These classes of work did not meet the criteria for licensing as high risk work.

    What happens under the new laws?

    From 1 January 2012, it was announced that the duty of a person conducting a business or undertaking PCBU to ensure competency of the operator when plant is operated when reasonably practical.

    Forklift Licence Training Wollongong

    Here at AOTA we pride ourselves in our skills as trainers and our vast industry based experience.

    Our moto “you’ll be A ok with AOTA” is founded upon the fact that we strive to train all of our applicants to the highest levels of skill and safety, going beyond the Safework criteria to ensure not only are you trained but you understand why there are rules to abide by.

    The - TLILIC2001 Licence to operate a forklift truck is a very useful ticket in all facets of employment and with this and each and every licence an applicant raises their employability greatly.

    Can bridge and gantry
    remote cranes sling their
    own load?

    Under the new WHS legislation the operator of an LBG can continue to sling a load under the limited circumstances listed below:

        The bridge and gantry crane is operated by remote control and has no more than three powered motions.
        The weight of the load to be lifted is predetermined by a competent person and marked on the load.
        Selection of the sling and slinging techniques for the load is predetermined by a competent person.
        Condition of lifting gear is predetermined by a competent person.
        Lifting points are predetermined by a competent person and marked on the load.
        The load is lifted within the view of the operator at all times.
        Standard lifting procedures have been documented and signed-off by a competent person.

    Unless these circumstances are met, a holder of a high risk work dogging (DG) licence must be used to sling all loads. A competent person includes a holder of a high risk work dogging licence or a high risk work licensed rigger, or an engineer experienced in designing crane lifting procedures. A holder of a previously issued LBG certificate is required to obtain either a high risk work DG licence or a high risk work bridge and gantry crane licence (CB), as of the 31 of December 2012.

    Call us today on  0419 243 676 for expert advice and training in obtaining plant licences!

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