Qualifications - operation/maintenance of hoists, so-called vehicle lifts
Vehicle lifts are material handling equipment (UTB), which are primarily used in workshops. They are designed for lifting cars, motorbikes and other vehicles.
To operate and maintain these types of cranes, it is necessary to be properly prepared - by completing an appropriate course and obtaining a licence from the UDT (Office of Technical Inspection).
Courses organised by our Centre for the operator and maintenance of cranes, the so-called vehicle lifts, provide broad theoretical knowledge and practical exercises for people applying for work in these positions.
Training programme - operation/maintenance of jacks, so-called vehicle lifts:
- legislation and basic knowledge relating to vehicle lifts
- qualifications required to operate and maintain hoists - vehicle lifts
- technical supervision and types of lifts
- construction of hoists - vehicle lifts with hydraulic, pneumatic, hydraulic-pneumatic and electric drives
- responsibilities as a crane operator - vehicle lifts
- responsibilities as maintenance technician for cranes - vehicle lifts
- frequently occurring defects of vehicle lifts
- Health, safety and first aid when working with vehicle lifts
Duration of classes: 10-15 teaching hours for operation and 38-68 teaching hours for maintenance. Class time includes the UDT exam.
We can supplement the above topics with other information on request.
At a glance:
- Training programme - operation and maintenance of specialised lift trucks with variable reach, so-called telescopic handlers
- Scope of training - operation of suspended access platforms
- Training in the operation of general or special-purpose hoists and winches
- Scope of training - operation of masted mobile platforms - self climbing
- Scope of training - operating hoists and winches controlled from the working level