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CPCCLDG3001 Licence to Perform Dogging - Salisbury, Brisbane

Welcome to CPCCLDG3001 Licence to perform dogging training. This is a high risk work licence - class DG.

This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to safely perform dogging work. 

Dogging consists of the application of slinging techniques to move a load, including the selection and inspection of lifting gear, and the directing of a plant operator in the movement of a load when the load is out of sight of the operator. 

Dogging work is conducted in the construction industry and other industries where loads are lifted and moved using cranes or hoists. 

After completing the learning activities successfully, the trainer and assessor will assess participants to determine if they are ready for their licencing exam, to be conducted by the High Risk Work (HRW) Assessor

After completing the riggers training, participants will have acquired the skills to move, secure and place loads using mechanical load shifting equipment.

Participants will be trained in the following areas of knowledge and skills:

  • Plan task.
  • Selecting and inspecting equipment.
  • Set up tasks.
  • Perform dogging tasks
  • Completing Tasks: Pack up and clean up

The OHS.com.au & Kallibr Training Advantage

  • Quality training – our sites replicate real-world construction sites and our clients find that highly valuable.
  • Convenience - we run an extensive public course schedule and can also do private courses at your worksite. 
  • Experience - our trainers are from industry and have typically have decades of practical experience which is critical for high risk work environments

Where will the course be held in Queensland?

Training Provider: Kallibr Training (RTO 32365)

Location: Onsite training (Face to face)

Course length: 35 hours (Approx. 5 Days (4 days training plus 1 day assessment)

Certification / Accreditation: Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment

Prerequisite: Nil but you will also need a white card to enter a work site

Kallibr Training is operating from Brisbane's largest construction training centre.

It is a licenced, insured and accredited RTO (32365). All the instructors have completed their Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and are highly experienced, vocational trainers.

This fully equipped facility is designed to provide the highest quality training. The training facility is located in Salisbury, offering a large array of equipment, structures and plant for construction, high-risk training, and access.

The Construction Training Centre is located at 460/492 Beaudesert Rd, Salisbury QLD 4107, Australia

Nearest train stations in Brisbane are: Salisbury (Train station), Moorooka (Transit station) and Coopers Plain (Train station).

Directions to 460-492 Beaudesert Road (Salisbury) with public transport.

The following Queensland transport lines have routes that pass near 460-492 Beaudesert Road.

  • BusBus: 110,125.
  • Train:FERN.

Background - Are You Using Advanced Tactics For Successful Dogging Operations?

Just like any operation, dogging requires a strategic approach to ensure success. 

By implementing advanced tactics and techniques, you can elevate your dogging operations to the next level.

Essential Skills for Effective Dogging

Essential communication skills:

  1. Clear and concise communication between team members.

  2. Ensuring safety and efficiency on the job.

  3. Conveying instructions, warnings, and signals effectively.

Spatial awareness and risk assessment:

  1. Interpreting and applying load charts.

  2. Understanding dynamics of different loads.

  3. Anticipating potential hazards.

  4. Making informed decisions to minimise risks.

  5. Upholding safety standards during lifting operations.

Keen observation and environmental assessment:

  1. Evaluating factors such as wind speed and terrain conditions.

  2. Assessing proximity of other workers or structures.

  3. Ensuring safe execution of lifts.

  4. Skills honed through experience and ongoing training.

Workforce Training and Certification:

  1. Proper training on safe lifting practices, equipment operation, and regulations.

  2. Certification programs to validate skills and knowledge.

  3. Equipping personnel to handle job challenges effectively.

Planning and Executing Complex Lifts:

  1. Detailed lift plans to ensure safety and efficiency.

  2. Risk assessments to identify potential hazards.

  3. Clear communication among team members.

  4. Employing experienced personnel and specialised tools.

  5. Utilising simulation software for virtual practice runs.

  6. Identifying and optimising lift plans before actual execution.

  7. Increasing safety and efficiency through technological advancements.

Dogging Licence in Queensland 

A high-risk work licence for dogging (class DG) is required by anyone who applies slinging techniques to a load, which includes:

  1. Calculating the safe angle for sling or chain.

  2. Selecting the type of sling or chain to be used.

  3. Selecting the correct method to secure the load.

  4. Selecting the safe method to lift or turn the load.

  5. Checking the conditions of lifting gear for wear and tear.

A DG licence is also required by anyone directing the operator of a crane or hoist in the movement of a load when the load is out of the view of the operator.

What will you learn

  1. Obtain and interpret information, including safe work method statements (SWMSs), required to ensure that activities are performed in compliance with workplace-specific and safe work requirements.

  2. Obtain and interpret information required to ensure that equipment inspection, use, maintenance and storage complies with manufacturer requirements. 

  3. Identify workplace and task-specific hazards and determine required risk controls and safety measures and equipment, including signs and barricades, personal protective equipment (PPE), and fall prevention and fall arrest equipment.

  4. Select risk controls and equipment, including fall prevention and fall arrest equipment, and check that it is working and fit for purpose. 

  5. Select and check PPE. 

  6. Select lifting equipment and gear, inspect for defects, and isolate, tag out, report and record defective items. 

  7. Select communication equipment and check that it is working and fit for use.

  8. Direct plant designated lifting point/hook, over the load’s centre of gravity.

  9. Attach and secure lifting equipment and gear to the load using slinging techniques. 

  10. Attach and secure tag line as required to guide the load.

  11. Use signals and radio communication methods to direct the load movement, both in and out of sight of the plant operator.

  12. Conduct test lift to check the security of the slings and the stability of the load, lifting equipment and gear.

  13. Direct the movement of the load in accordance with lift plan, including lowering and landing.

  14. Store lifting equipment and gear in accordance with workplace requirements.

  15. Remove risk controls and safety measures and equipment.

Upon successful completion of this course, student will be awarded a Statement of Attainment and therefore the ability to apply for a High-Risk Work Licence to Perform Dogging Work by WorkSafe Queensland. 

Course outcomes 

  • Statement of Attainment Nationally Accredited.
  • Apply for a DG licence.
  • Basic dogging skills to safely install and dismantle equipment or structures.
  • Credit towards a full qualification.
  • You can apply for a basic dogging licence if you have the required skills.
  • Continue your education and improve your career prospects with these strong pathways.

Entry requirements

  • Reached 18 years of age to sit the SafeWork Queensland assessment.
  • A general construction induction card (commonly known as a white card).
  • Proof of Queensland residential address
  • 100 points for identification for the SafeWork assessment.
  • Students will need to have a basic understanding and knowledge of English.

  • All students must wear full Personal Protective Equipment. 

  • Steel cap boots, long trousers, long sleeves (high visibility shirt if available, otherwise long sleeved with a high-vis vest), and a safety hardhat are all required.

  • Students are required to wear safety glasses and gloves for dogging, scaffolding, and rigging courses.

  • Where applicable, logbooks recording hours of high-risk work under supervision will also be provided.

The application form for a new Queensland HRW Licence must be completed online on the Worksafe QLD site. 

The application must be submitted within 60 days after the successful completion of the practical assessment. 

A Candidate Assessment Summary (CAS) is a document that shows the results of an assessment or part of an assessment. Students should keep their CAS as well as the proof of payment for the application for the licence to legally prove they can lawfully perform the work until they receive their HRW licence. 

Workplace Health and Safety QLD can be contacted on 1300 369 911 for any questions regarding your application.

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"Well run course! The trainer was very efficient, well prepared, communicated clearly what we would cover and finished on time 👍"

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"Good customer service great knowledge and understanding from the trainers couldn’t recommend a better place to be trained"

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"The course was very informative. Going into the course I didn’t think I’d learn anything new but I was astonished with how much I learnt."

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Description

Welcome to CPCCLDG3001 Licence to perform dogging training. This is a high risk work licence - class DG.

This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to safely perform dogging work. 

Dogging consists of the application of slinging techniques to move a load, including the selection and inspection of lifting gear, and the directing of a plant operator in the movement of a load when the load is out of sight of the operator. 

Dogging work is conducted in the construction industry and other industries where loads are lifted and moved using cranes or hoists. 

After completing the learning activities successfully, the trainer and assessor will assess participants to determine if they are ready for their licencing exam, to be conducted by the High Risk Work (HRW) Assessor

After completing the riggers training, participants will have acquired the skills to move, secure and place loads using mechanical load shifting equipment.

Participants will be trained in the following areas of knowledge and skills:

  • Plan task.
  • Selecting and inspecting equipment.
  • Set up tasks.
  • Perform dogging tasks
  • Completing Tasks: Pack up and clean up

The OHS.com.au & Kallibr Training Advantage

  • Quality training – our sites replicate real-world construction sites and our clients find that highly valuable.
  • Convenience - we run an extensive public course schedule and can also do private courses at your worksite. 
  • Experience - our trainers are from industry and have typically have decades of practical experience which is critical for high risk work environments

Where will the course be held in Queensland?

Training Provider: Kallibr Training (RTO 32365)

Location: Onsite training (Face to face)

Course length: 35 hours (Approx. 5 Days (4 days training plus 1 day assessment)

Certification / Accreditation: Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment

Prerequisite: Nil but you will also need a white card to enter a work site

Kallibr Training is operating from Brisbane's largest construction training centre.

It is a licenced, insured and accredited RTO (32365). All the instructors have completed their Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and are highly experienced, vocational trainers.

This fully equipped facility is designed to provide the highest quality training. The training facility is located in Salisbury, offering a large array of equipment, structures and plant for construction, high-risk training, and access.

The Construction Training Centre is located at 460/492 Beaudesert Rd, Salisbury QLD 4107, Australia

Nearest train stations in Brisbane are: Salisbury (Train station), Moorooka (Transit station) and Coopers Plain (Train station).

Directions to 460-492 Beaudesert Road (Salisbury) with public transport.

The following Queensland transport lines have routes that pass near 460-492 Beaudesert Road.

  • BusBus: 110,125.
  • Train:FERN.

Background - Are You Using Advanced Tactics For Successful Dogging Operations?

Just like any operation, dogging requires a strategic approach to ensure success. 

By implementing advanced tactics and techniques, you can elevate your dogging operations to the next level.

Essential Skills for Effective Dogging

Essential communication skills:

  1. Clear and concise communication between team members.

  2. Ensuring safety and efficiency on the job.

  3. Conveying instructions, warnings, and signals effectively.

Spatial awareness and risk assessment:

  1. Interpreting and applying load charts.

  2. Understanding dynamics of different loads.

  3. Anticipating potential hazards.

  4. Making informed decisions to minimise risks.

  5. Upholding safety standards during lifting operations.

Keen observation and environmental assessment:

  1. Evaluating factors such as wind speed and terrain conditions.

  2. Assessing proximity of other workers or structures.

  3. Ensuring safe execution of lifts.

  4. Skills honed through experience and ongoing training.

Workforce Training and Certification:

  1. Proper training on safe lifting practices, equipment operation, and regulations.

  2. Certification programs to validate skills and knowledge.

  3. Equipping personnel to handle job challenges effectively.

Planning and Executing Complex Lifts:

  1. Detailed lift plans to ensure safety and efficiency.

  2. Risk assessments to identify potential hazards.

  3. Clear communication among team members.

  4. Employing experienced personnel and specialised tools.

  5. Utilising simulation software for virtual practice runs.

  6. Identifying and optimising lift plans before actual execution.

  7. Increasing safety and efficiency through technological advancements.

Dogging Licence in Queensland 

A high-risk work licence for dogging (class DG) is required by anyone who applies slinging techniques to a load, which includes:

  1. Calculating the safe angle for sling or chain.

  2. Selecting the type of sling or chain to be used.

  3. Selecting the correct method to secure the load.

  4. Selecting the safe method to lift or turn the load.

  5. Checking the conditions of lifting gear for wear and tear.

A DG licence is also required by anyone directing the operator of a crane or hoist in the movement of a load when the load is out of the view of the operator.

What will you learn

  1. Obtain and interpret information, including safe work method statements (SWMSs), required to ensure that activities are performed in compliance with workplace-specific and safe work requirements.

  2. Obtain and interpret information required to ensure that equipment inspection, use, maintenance and storage complies with manufacturer requirements. 

  3. Identify workplace and task-specific hazards and determine required risk controls and safety measures and equipment, including signs and barricades, personal protective equipment (PPE), and fall prevention and fall arrest equipment.

  4. Select risk controls and equipment, including fall prevention and fall arrest equipment, and check that it is working and fit for purpose. 

  5. Select and check PPE. 

  6. Select lifting equipment and gear, inspect for defects, and isolate, tag out, report and record defective items. 

  7. Select communication equipment and check that it is working and fit for use.

  8. Direct plant designated lifting point/hook, over the load’s centre of gravity.

  9. Attach and secure lifting equipment and gear to the load using slinging techniques. 

  10. Attach and secure tag line as required to guide the load.

  11. Use signals and radio communication methods to direct the load movement, both in and out of sight of the plant operator.

  12. Conduct test lift to check the security of the slings and the stability of the load, lifting equipment and gear.

  13. Direct the movement of the load in accordance with lift plan, including lowering and landing.

  14. Store lifting equipment and gear in accordance with workplace requirements.

  15. Remove risk controls and safety measures and equipment.

Upon successful completion of this course, student will be awarded a Statement of Attainment and therefore the ability to apply for a High-Risk Work Licence to Perform Dogging Work by WorkSafe Queensland. 

Course outcomes 

  • Statement of Attainment Nationally Accredited.
  • Apply for a DG licence.
  • Basic dogging skills to safely install and dismantle equipment or structures.
  • Credit towards a full qualification.
  • You can apply for a basic dogging licence if you have the required skills.
  • Continue your education and improve your career prospects with these strong pathways.

Entry requirements

  • Reached 18 years of age to sit the SafeWork Queensland assessment.
  • A general construction induction card (commonly known as a white card).
  • Proof of Queensland residential address
  • 100 points for identification for the SafeWork assessment.
  • Students will need to have a basic understanding and knowledge of English.

  • All students must wear full Personal Protective Equipment. 

  • Steel cap boots, long trousers, long sleeves (high visibility shirt if available, otherwise long sleeved with a high-vis vest), and a safety hardhat are all required.

  • Students are required to wear safety glasses and gloves for dogging, scaffolding, and rigging courses.

  • Where applicable, logbooks recording hours of high-risk work under supervision will also be provided.

The application form for a new Queensland HRW Licence must be completed online on the Worksafe QLD site. 

The application must be submitted within 60 days after the successful completion of the practical assessment. 

A Candidate Assessment Summary (CAS) is a document that shows the results of an assessment or part of an assessment. Students should keep their CAS as well as the proof of payment for the application for the licence to legally prove they can lawfully perform the work until they receive their HRW licence. 

Workplace Health and Safety QLD can be contacted on 1300 369 911 for any questions regarding your application.

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CPCCLDG3001 Licence to Perform Dogging - Salisbury, Brisbane

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    ADDITIONAL EXTRA BONUSES with OHS.com.au

    Claim up to $1271.95 worth of Extra Bonuses
    with every purchase

    • Your personal copy of Safety Legends E-Book (value $39.95)
    • $100 off your first case from Naked Wines (value $100)
    • Upto 350,000 Bonus AMEX Frequent Flyer points* (value $1000)
    • Complimentary Access to two online courses** (value $132)
    $1271.95 EXTRA VALUE - JUST FOR YOU INSIDE!
    * New customers when you successfully sign up for a new personal / business credit card ** Indigenous Cultural Awareness / Impacts of Climate Change courses

    Description

    Welcome to CPCCLDG3001 Licence to perform dogging training. This is a high risk work licence - class DG.

    This unit specifies the skills and knowledge required to safely perform dogging work. 

    Dogging consists of the application of slinging techniques to move a load, including the selection and inspection of lifting gear, and the directing of a plant operator in the movement of a load when the load is out of sight of the operator. 

    Dogging work is conducted in the construction industry and other industries where loads are lifted and moved using cranes or hoists. 

    After completing the learning activities successfully, the trainer and assessor will assess participants to determine if they are ready for their licencing exam, to be conducted by the High Risk Work (HRW) Assessor

    After completing the riggers training, participants will have acquired the skills to move, secure and place loads using mechanical load shifting equipment.

    Participants will be trained in the following areas of knowledge and skills:

    • Plan task.
    • Selecting and inspecting equipment.
    • Set up tasks.
    • Perform dogging tasks
    • Completing Tasks: Pack up and clean up

    The OHS.com.au & Kallibr Training Advantage

    • Quality training – our sites replicate real-world construction sites and our clients find that highly valuable.
    • Convenience - we run an extensive public course schedule and can also do private courses at your worksite. 
    • Experience - our trainers are from industry and have typically have decades of practical experience which is critical for high risk work environments

    Where will the course be held in Queensland?

    Training Provider: Kallibr Training (RTO 32365)

    Location: Onsite training (Face to face)

    Course length: 35 hours (Approx. 5 Days (4 days training plus 1 day assessment)

    Certification / Accreditation: Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment

    Prerequisite: Nil but you will also need a white card to enter a work site

    Kallibr Training is operating from Brisbane's largest construction training centre.

    It is a licenced, insured and accredited RTO (32365). All the instructors have completed their Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and are highly experienced, vocational trainers.

    This fully equipped facility is designed to provide the highest quality training. The training facility is located in Salisbury, offering a large array of equipment, structures and plant for construction, high-risk training, and access.

    The Construction Training Centre is located at 460/492 Beaudesert Rd, Salisbury QLD 4107, Australia

    Nearest train stations in Brisbane are: Salisbury (Train station), Moorooka (Transit station) and Coopers Plain (Train station).

    Directions to 460-492 Beaudesert Road (Salisbury) with public transport.

    The following Queensland transport lines have routes that pass near 460-492 Beaudesert Road.

    • BusBus: 110,125.
    • Train:FERN.

    Background - Are You Using Advanced Tactics For Successful Dogging Operations?

    Just like any operation, dogging requires a strategic approach to ensure success. 

    By implementing advanced tactics and techniques, you can elevate your dogging operations to the next level.

    Essential Skills for Effective Dogging

    Essential communication skills:

    1. Clear and concise communication between team members.

    2. Ensuring safety and efficiency on the job.

    3. Conveying instructions, warnings, and signals effectively.

    Spatial awareness and risk assessment:

    1. Interpreting and applying load charts.

    2. Understanding dynamics of different loads.

    3. Anticipating potential hazards.

    4. Making informed decisions to minimise risks.

    5. Upholding safety standards during lifting operations.

    Keen observation and environmental assessment:

    1. Evaluating factors such as wind speed and terrain conditions.

    2. Assessing proximity of other workers or structures.

    3. Ensuring safe execution of lifts.

    4. Skills honed through experience and ongoing training.

    Workforce Training and Certification:

    1. Proper training on safe lifting practices, equipment operation, and regulations.

    2. Certification programs to validate skills and knowledge.

    3. Equipping personnel to handle job challenges effectively.

    Planning and Executing Complex Lifts:

    1. Detailed lift plans to ensure safety and efficiency.

    2. Risk assessments to identify potential hazards.

    3. Clear communication among team members.

    4. Employing experienced personnel and specialised tools.

    5. Utilising simulation software for virtual practice runs.

    6. Identifying and optimising lift plans before actual execution.

    7. Increasing safety and efficiency through technological advancements.

    Dogging Licence in Queensland 

    A high-risk work licence for dogging (class DG) is required by anyone who applies slinging techniques to a load, which includes:

    1. Calculating the safe angle for sling or chain.

    2. Selecting the type of sling or chain to be used.

    3. Selecting the correct method to secure the load.

    4. Selecting the safe method to lift or turn the load.

    5. Checking the conditions of lifting gear for wear and tear.

    A DG licence is also required by anyone directing the operator of a crane or hoist in the movement of a load when the load is out of the view of the operator.

    What will you learn

    1. Obtain and interpret information, including safe work method statements (SWMSs), required to ensure that activities are performed in compliance with workplace-specific and safe work requirements.

    2. Obtain and interpret information required to ensure that equipment inspection, use, maintenance and storage complies with manufacturer requirements. 

    3. Identify workplace and task-specific hazards and determine required risk controls and safety measures and equipment, including signs and barricades, personal protective equipment (PPE), and fall prevention and fall arrest equipment.

    4. Select risk controls and equipment, including fall prevention and fall arrest equipment, and check that it is working and fit for purpose. 

    5. Select and check PPE. 

    6. Select lifting equipment and gear, inspect for defects, and isolate, tag out, report and record defective items. 

    7. Select communication equipment and check that it is working and fit for use.

    8. Direct plant designated lifting point/hook, over the load’s centre of gravity.

    9. Attach and secure lifting equipment and gear to the load using slinging techniques. 

    10. Attach and secure tag line as required to guide the load.

    11. Use signals and radio communication methods to direct the load movement, both in and out of sight of the plant operator.

    12. Conduct test lift to check the security of the slings and the stability of the load, lifting equipment and gear.

    13. Direct the movement of the load in accordance with lift plan, including lowering and landing.

    14. Store lifting equipment and gear in accordance with workplace requirements.

    15. Remove risk controls and safety measures and equipment.

    Upon successful completion of this course, student will be awarded a Statement of Attainment and therefore the ability to apply for a High-Risk Work Licence to Perform Dogging Work by WorkSafe Queensland. 

    Course outcomes 

    • Statement of Attainment Nationally Accredited.
    • Apply for a DG licence.
    • Basic dogging skills to safely install and dismantle equipment or structures.
    • Credit towards a full qualification.
    • You can apply for a basic dogging licence if you have the required skills.
    • Continue your education and improve your career prospects with these strong pathways.

    Entry requirements

    • Reached 18 years of age to sit the SafeWork Queensland assessment.
    • A general construction induction card (commonly known as a white card).
    • Proof of Queensland residential address
    • 100 points for identification for the SafeWork assessment.
    • Students will need to have a basic understanding and knowledge of English.

    • All students must wear full Personal Protective Equipment. 

    • Steel cap boots, long trousers, long sleeves (high visibility shirt if available, otherwise long sleeved with a high-vis vest), and a safety hardhat are all required.

    • Students are required to wear safety glasses and gloves for dogging, scaffolding, and rigging courses.

    • Where applicable, logbooks recording hours of high-risk work under supervision will also be provided.

    The application form for a new Queensland HRW Licence must be completed online on the Worksafe QLD site. 

    The application must be submitted within 60 days after the successful completion of the practical assessment. 

    A Candidate Assessment Summary (CAS) is a document that shows the results of an assessment or part of an assessment. Students should keep their CAS as well as the proof of payment for the application for the licence to legally prove they can lawfully perform the work until they receive their HRW licence. 

    Workplace Health and Safety QLD can be contacted on 1300 369 911 for any questions regarding your application.

    • Money Back Guarantee
    • Save Time & Money
    • Tax Deductible
    • 1000's Trained Each Month
    • Quality-Focused
    • Peer Reviewed Courses
    • Trusted Industry Partner
    • Fast Certification
    • 60 Day Guarantee
    • *See refund policy

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    CPCCLDG3001 Licence to Perform Dogging - Salisbury, Brisbane

    CPCCLDG3001 Licence to Perform Dogging - Salisbury, Brisbane

      Course Highlights:

      • In-person Training
      • Expert-Led
      • Quality Focused
      • Fast Certification
      • Tax Deductable
      • Trusted RTO Provider
      • Statement of Attainment
      • Nationally Recognised

      "Well run course! The trainer was very efficient, well prepared, communicated clearly what we would cover and finished on time 👍"

      Nathan

      "Good customer service great knowledge and understanding from the trainers couldn’t recommend a better place to be trained"

      Melanie

      "The course was very informative. Going into the course I didn’t think I’d learn anything new but I was astonished with how much I learnt."

      Paul.P

      "This course was Informative and practical shout out to John for leading the session."

      Jay
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