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   TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

 ADVANCED DRIVING
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       TYRE HANDLER ATTACH
       SCAFFOLD ERECTION
       SCAFFOLD INSPECTION

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       CUT-OFF SAWS
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FULL TITLE: OPERATE A TYRE HANDLER ATTACHMENT
UNIT STANDARD: NOT UNIT STANDARD ALIGNED
DESCRIPTION: This operate a tyre handler attachment course is designed for both novice and experienced operators who may be expected to operate a tyre handler attachment while performing their daily duties in the working environment. Learners who achieve the course objectives will, upon completion, be able to demonstrate knowledge of control operations, prescribed operating procedures and safety precautions. In addition, learners will be prepared to take any necessary remedial action in an emergency situation.
DURATION: Full Training (Novice): 2 Days
Recertification Training/Evaluation: 1 Day
Remedial Training: 1 Day
COURSE CONTENT: Tyre handler attachments described
    We introduce tyre handler attachments; identify types     of tyre handler attachments, principal component and     controls.
Legal safety issues
    We identify hazards and hazard control, outline legal     responsibilities in a nutshell, the Occupational Health     and Safety Act 85 of 1993, Construction Regulations of     2003, General Machinery Regulations of 1988, the Mine     Health and Safety Act of 1996, Personal Protective     Equipment (PPE), lockout/tag out procedures and     communication requirements.
Preparation and maintenance
    We discuss maintenance of lubrication and hydraulic
    fluid, preventative maintenance, regular inspection,
    reporting and record-keeping and permit
    documentation.
Tyre handler operations
    We show learners basic safe operating requirements
    and restrictions, hazard control, power line proximity,
    pre-use considerations and start-up procedures, tyre
    handler operations including special equipment
    requirements, operational procedures, removal of
    cleat/wedge-mounted rims, removal of flange-mounted     rims, records and shutdown procedures.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: The company and learners must meet the conditions of the training requirements before theory training can be given.

For any queries regarding the requirements and conditions of tyre handler attachment training, feel free to contact our skills development advisor for more information.

 
  Preparation for on-site Training

HRETD provides training on site to assure optimal skills transfer in the actual work environment. It is thus important for clients to prepare in advance in order to streamline the training process. To this end, we have prepared this handy preparation guide for clients' convenience. The following are requirements of the company on commencement of training, which must be provided to the skills development practitioner...
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