Dogging consists of two main aspects:
Dogging work involves exercising judgement (making decisions) when:
Dogging work also includes:
Everyone who is engaging in some sort of dogging work is required to have a dogman ticket (DG).
Slinging a load requires more than just hooking up the relevant chains or cables. To safely sling a load, it requires an understanding of the suitability of the lifting gear, as well as what method of slinging is required. Further consideration of the nature of the load, such as its mass and center of gravity, is also a factor. The Dogman course teaches you the basics to get the load moved safely.
Before you undertake any dogman activities, such as slinging loads or directly hoist or crane operators, you need a High Risk Dogging Licence (DG). In general, a person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) must ensure that people engaged in slinging loads have received sufficient training, instruction and information to correctly follow the specific procedures without exercising judgement.
Contact the All States Training office on (07) 4123 0415 and one of our friendly staff will direct you to one of our trainers.
Face-to-face delivery only.
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