Hiab training teaches candidates how to load and unload from the back of a vehicle that has a lorry mounted crane attached. There is no difference between the two, Hiab is a popular brand name and has become synonymous with lorry mounted cranes.
ALLMI are the most recognised organisation within the lorry loader industry. ITSSAR are widely recognised within the general haulage industry focusing on mechanical handling equipment. The main differences being costs of the courses with ITSSAR being slightly more economical then the ALLMI accredited courses. However, ALLMI is CSCS approved meaning it is able to deliver to construction sites.
Remote means you use a remote chest pack to operate the crane rather than using the controls on the side of the machine. When training on our HIAB you will be certificated for both.
The basic training course will cover the use of the hook attachment. Additional attachments are available, Brick Grab, Clam Shell (also known as a bucket) and Pallet Lifter. Training for attachments is additional to the course and can be added on at request.
Using our HIAB means your certificate will be valid for cranes up to 20 tonnes/meters. Training is also available on larger machines, speak to our course advisors for more information.
We have depots in Portsmouth, Reading and Worthing that can all provide HIAB training. We can also bring a HIAB vehicle to your site anywhere in Hampshire and Berkshire.
The Overhead Gantry Crane course content is as follows:
If you have no experience a novice course will be two days for a maximum of four candidates.
Experienced Operators with no formal training certificate will require a day’s training for a maximum of four candidates.
Safety Refresher courses for those who already hold a certificate one day for a maximum of four.
The ALLMI Slinger / Signaller course content is very comprehensive and so cardholders are able to use their skills when performing Slinger / Signaller duties with other types of lifting equipment, not just lorry loaders.
The course duration is one day for experienced candidates and two days for novice candidates. A maximum of four candidates can attend a course.
The assessment process is set by ALLMI Ltd and administered by the Instructor. It consists of two theoretical assessments and one practical. The theoretical assessments consist of a set of multiple-choice and ‘open’ questions. The practical assessment is designed to identify whether the candidate has the appropriate practical skills to perform their duties as a Slinger / Signaller safely and efficiently.
Upon successful completion of the course, every candidate will receive an identity card and certificate and will be registered on the ALLMI database.
The certificate and identity card are valid for five years, after which time refresher training and assessments will need to be undertaken. Candidates also receive the ALLMI Slinger / Signaller manual, which is used as a reference guide throughout their career.
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