Hand Trolley

Training

To provide candidates with the underpinning knowledge and practical experience on the correct control and safe use of ‘Hand Trolleys’ and also introduction to Hand Trolley Controller duties and responsibilities:

  • The types of Hand Trolley that require Controllers
  • Carrying out of pre-use checks
  • Identification of the correct PPE to be used.
  • Identifying the required protection/possession arrangements in line with current industry standards
  • Effective and safe use and control of Hand Trolleys
  • The approved assembly of Hand Trolleys
  • Carrying out of Brake tests, pre use checks and “Push Tests”
  • Safe loading, movement and of tracking instructions

Candidate requirements

The course requires at least 2 candidates to be in attendance with a maximum of 8 candidates in attendance.

Candidates are required to bring the following items:

  • The types of Hand Trolley that require Controllers
  • Carrying out of pre-use checks
  • Identification of the correct PPE to be used.
  • Identifying the required protection/possession arrangements in line with current industry standards
  • Effective and safe use and control of Hand Trolleys
  • The approved assembly of Hand Trolleys
  • Carrying out of Brake tests, pre use checks and “Push Tests”
  • Safe loading, movement and of tracking instructions

Assessment

  • Candidates Knowledge will be assessed using RMF training academy questions both written and oral. Candidate’s practical ability will be assessed through formal observation.

Validity

  • Candidates that are deemed competent will receive a certificate of competence valid for 3 years. Delegates will also be given a card to display their competencies for which tools they can operate prior to the successful completion of this course.

Candidate requirements:

The course requires at least 2 candidates to be in attendance with a maximum of 8 candidates in attendance. Candidates are required to bring the following items:

  • Sentinel Card
  • Hi Vi clothing, Top and Bottom (BS EN 471:2003 class 3 dry / BS EN 343: 2003 class 3 wet)
  • Hard Hat (BS EN 397: 1995)
  • Safety Boots (BS EN ISO 20345: 2004)
  • Gloves (EN388: 2003)
  • Safety Goggles (BS EN 166 B)
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Who should attend :

Assessment:

Candidates Knowledge will be assessed using RMF Training academy questions both written and oral. Candidate’s practical ability will be assessed through formal observation and feedback will be given.

Validity:

Candidates that are deemed competent will receive a certificate of competence valid for 3 years. Delegates will also be given a card to display their competencies for which tools they can operate prior to the successful completion of this course