- Clarify and confirm work order with appropriate personnel.
- Participate in on-site meetings.
- Read and interpret instructions and work orders, report faults and respond appropriately.
- Document hazards.
- Comply with legislation, regulations, standards, codes of practice and established safe practices and procedures for performing Dogging operations.
- Efficiently and safely perform Dogging operations.
- Calculate rated capacity and working load limits.
- Use and maintain relevant tools, machinery and equipment.
- Verify problems and equipment faults.
- Any person who is required to work in and around cranes and perform a number of tasks including; calculating load weights, deciding on appropriate slings, signalling and controlling crane movements and safely landing loads. This training also covers other aspects of Dogging, including an understanding of lifting equipment, communication methods, personal and protective equipment.
NOTE: There is no qualification attached to this training, it is purely for educational purposes. To undertake dogging and other high risk work, you MUST hold a current licence or ticket.