All training complies with The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2020 Part 13 Hoist, Cranes and Lifting Devices, Part 14 Rigging and Table 13.
In accordance with The Occupational Health & Safety Regulations 2020
Section 13-6(3) Subject to subsection (4) an employer or contractor shall ensure that the designated operator is a qualified operator if the crane to operated is:
- tower crane
- an overhead travelling crane that has a load rating equal to or greater than 50 tonnes
- a crane that is used to raise or lower a worker on a personnel lifting unit suspended from a hoist line; or
- a mobile crane that has load rating greater than 5 tonnes.
Section 13-6(4) Subsections (3) does not apply to a crane that is:
- mounted on a vehicle and used exclusively to load or unload that vehicle; or
- owned by an employer, operated by a worker in the service of that employer and used solely at the employer's place of employment to perform work exclusively for that employer.
Section 13-6(5) In circumstances other than those described in subsection(3), an employer or contractor shall ensure that:
- for any crane with a load rating greater than or equal to 5 tonnes, the designated operator is a competent operator; and
- for any mobile or overhead travelling crane with a load rating less than 5 tonnes, the designated operator is a competent worker.
According to Table 13 Section II of The Occupational Health & Safety Regulations 2020