Module 1 – General Introduction
The skills and knowledge of the operator often reflect on whether the use of lifting equipment is safe and efficient, which is prevalent for both the operator of the machine and those slinging the load.
Module 2 - Legislation
Module 2 covers the legislation affecting lorry loaders, with emphasis on the role of the Slinger / Signaller. The Standards provide guidance on how to comply with the law.
Module 4 – Pre-operational and post-operational checks
As outlined by the current regulations, the Slinger/Signaller has the duty and responsibility to ‘visually check all equipment before and after use, reporting any deterioration or faults found’.
Module 5 – Planning the Lift
It is vital that every lifting operation has been properly planned and appropriately supervised, a risk assessment has been carried out, and that the lift is completed in a safe and sensible manner.
Module 12 – Assessments
In Module 12 each student will undertake a final assessment that will demonstrate a student’s understanding and the ability for both the theoretical and practical aspects of the assessment.
Module 13 – Final administration and candidate feedback
This module is when the students & their instructor will prepare course paperwork for submission to ALLMI and an opportunity for students to provide feedback on different elements of the course.
Our Slinger Signaller courses cover a number of modules and each module is designed to help bring every student to a competent level for their Slinger Signaller test to become a certified HIAB Slinger Signaller.
The following modules are covered in the Slinger Signaller courses.