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The Below The Hook Inspection training course is designed to provide participants with comprehensive knowledge and practical skills required for conducting thorough inspections of below the hook lifting devices.

This training is crucial for personnel responsible for ensuring the safety and functionality of below the hook lifting equipment, such as riggers, crane operators, maintenance technicians, and safety inspectors. The course covers a wide range of below the hook lifting devices, including hooks, slings, spreader bars, lifting beams, and attachments.

Participants will learn how to conduct visual and non-destructive inspections, identify potential defects and hazards, and determine the fitness for use of below the hook lifting devices. The course will also cover relevant industry standards and regulations.

Through a combination of theoretical instruction and hands-on exercises, participants will gain practical experience in inspecting below the hook lifting devices. They will learn how to perform load and overload testing, assess structural integrity, and evaluate components for wear, corrosion, and distortion. Emphasis will also be placed on proper documentation and reporting of inspection findings.

Upon successful completion of the Below The Hook Inspection training course, participants will be equipped with the necessary skills to ensure the safe and efficient operation of below the hook lifting devices.

Note: This course outline, including specific topics, modules, and duration, can be customized based on the specific needs and requirements of the client.

Below The Hook Inspection Training Course

Main Service Location

Course Title

Below The Hook Inspection

Course Duration

1 Day

Assessment Type

Practical Assessment and Knowledge Assessment

Training Delivery Method

Classroom

Service Coverage

Saudi Arabia - Bahrain - Kuwait - Philippines

The Below The Hook Inspection training course is designed to provide participants with comprehensive knowledge and practical skills required for conducting thorough inspections of below the hook lifting devices.

This training is crucial for personnel responsible for ensuring the safety and functionality of below the hook lifting equipment, such as riggers, crane operators, maintenance technicians, and safety inspectors. The course covers a wide range of below the hook lifting devices, including hooks, slings, spreader bars, lifting beams, and attachments.

Participants will learn how to conduct visual and non-destructive inspections, identify potential defects and hazards, and determine the fitness for use of below the hook lifting devices. The course will also cover relevant industry standards and regulations.

Through a combination of theoretical instruction and hands-on exercises, participants will gain practical experience in inspecting below the hook lifting devices. They will learn how to perform load and overload testing, assess structural integrity, and evaluate components for wear, corrosion, and distortion. Emphasis will also be placed on proper documentation and reporting of inspection findings.

Upon successful completion of the Below The Hook Inspection training course, participants will be equipped with the necessary skills to ensure the safe and efficient operation of below the hook lifting devices.

Note: This course outline, including specific topics, modules, and duration, can be customized based on the specific needs and requirements of the client.

Course Description

Service Category

Training, Assessment, and Certification Services

Certificate of Successful Completion

Certification is provided upon successful completion. The certificate can be verified through a QR-Code system.

Certification Provider

Tamkene Training Center

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