This course covers all the requirements for obtaining a national High Risk Work Licence (Class DG) for Dogging operations.
This licence will allow you to direct the load movements for cranes, selecting and inspecting lifting equipment such as chains, synthetic slings, shackles and lifting beams.
Successfully completing this course will allow you to direct the load movements for cranes, selecting and inspecting lifting equipment such as chains, synthetic slings, shackles and lifting beams within Australia.
This course does not cover the requirements for conducting rigging tasks. A High Risk Work Licence (Class RB, RI or RA) is required for this type of work.
Public courses run at Kallibr Training (RTO 32365) locations in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.
Private training can be organised and conducted onsite if the following training and assessment requirements are met:
- A room with access to power, a blank wall for presentation, a projector screen or a large TV, table/s and chairs.
- Slewing Mobile Crane, with a telescopic boom and a winch with a minimum lifting capacity of 2t or more (with current service history, free from faults and operator manual present)
- Licenced crane operator (must hold HRW C2 licence or higher)
- Lifting equipment: Slings, tagline rope, fibre rope (minimum 10mm)
- Loose pipes in stillage (Minimum 2000kg)
- Steel plate (approx. 25mm, 1.5 x 0m)
- Square Load with defined lifting points such as a bin (minimum 2 tonne)
- Round load, such as a telegraph pole/log (minimum of 5m long)
- Uneven weighted load such as bin with material inside (minimum 2 tonne)