Privileges - operation of mobile platforms
Mobile mobile platforms are cranes that are used as material handling equipment - the UTB. They are designed to carry out a wide range of work, including but not limited to construction, renovation or assembly. They can have an articulated boom, scissor design and can also be vehicle-mounted.
In order to properly operate mobile platforms, it is required to have a certificate from UDT (Office of Technical Inspection) confirming that you are qualified.
Classes for those wishing to become mobile platforms operators include a theoretical part and a practical part, which prepares you for work in this position.
Training programme - operation of mobile platforms:
- legal basis for the operation of mobile platforms
- the necessary authorisations to work with this equipment
- technical supervision and design of the different types of mobile platforms for handling
- components for the construction of various types of mobile platforms, including articulated arm, scissorlift and vehicle-mounted mobile platforms
- duties as mobile lift operator
- defects that can occur in the operation of mobile platforms
- Health, safety and first aid in the above-mentioned position
Duration of classes: 48-88 teaching hours.
The client can add their own topics to the classes.
At a glance:
- Curriculum - Maintenance of lifting gear
- Scope of training - maintenance of ski railways and ski lifts
- Scope of training - maintenance of mobile platforms
- Curriculum - operation of manipulators and vacuum grippers in crane slings
- Training in the operation of tower and high-speed cranes, including rail mounted cranes