Roller training course is of half a day duration.
Courses are limited to a maximum of 6 participants per course. All participants must have steel toe cap boots, hard hat and hi-visibility clothing and safety gloves. The course takes place at the customers’ premises and all machinery needed for the training must be provided by the customer.
The Safety, health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 places a duty on every employer to ensure so far as reasonably practicable the safety, health and welfare at work of all his employees which includes provision of the appropriate information, instruction, training and supervision.
At the end of the training course participants should have the ability to operate safely and know the capability of a Roller, to assess tasks, and operate in a fashion that will:
- Not harm him or herself or any one else
- Not damage any material, structure or vehicles he or she may come in contact with
- Be able to conduct a pre-shift check on a Roller and report any defect found
- Safety responsibilities of an operator
- Pre-shift inspection of a Roller
- Vehicle Stability
- Introduction to the Roller
- Controls and instruments
- Daily inspection, take-over and maintenance
- Slinging loads
- Operation of hydraulic controls
- Weight assessment
- Manoeuvring in confined spaces
- Theory and practical assessment