The class of work is operation of a slewing mobile crane with a capacity up to 100 tonnes.
This licence also encompasses authority for the operation of slewing mobile cranes with a capacity of:
Slewing mobile cranes are mobile crane incorporating a boom or jib that can be slewed. It excludes front-end loader, back-hoe, excavator or other earth moving equipment when configured for crane operation. This course is based on the National Standards for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work. A licence to perform high risk work is required if workers use or operate high risk work equipment or plant. Licences are valid in every Australian state and territory, enabling workers to operate high risk equipment under consistent standards throughout Australia.
Before conducting any activities with the slewing mobile crane such as lifting and shifting loads. In general, a person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) must ensure that people engaged in shifting loads with a slewing mobile crane up to 100 tonnes capacity has received sufficient training, instruction and information to correctly follow the specific procedures without exercising judgement.
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This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to safely operate a slewing mobile crane with a Maximum Rated Capacity (MRC) up to 100 tonnes, in accordance with all relevant legislative responsibilities. Competence in this unit, does not in itself result in a High-Risk Work Licence (HRWL) to operate this plant.
A person undertaking this unit must hold:
Slewing mobile crane means a mobile crane incorporating a boom or jib that can be slewed, but does not include:
A person performing this work is required to hold a slewing mobile crane with an MRC up to 100 tonnes HRWL.
This unit requires a person operating a slewing mobile crane with an MRC up to 100 tonnes to:
Legislative and regulatory requirements are applicable to this unit of competency.
This unit is based on the licensing requirements of Part 4.5 of the Model Work Health and Safety (WHS) Regulations and meets Commonwealth, State and Territory HRWL requirements.
The National Assessment Instrument (NAI) is the mandated assessment for the HRWL to operate the relevant licencing class as detailed in this unit.