Open class crane ticket

Highest slewing mobile crane licence

Crane operator licence for slewing mobile crane over 100 tonnes capacity is referred to as open class crane ticket .

It is a Nationally recognized high risk class licence and is obtained after attending the relevant crane operator training course and satisfactorily completing both written and practical assessment.

Open class crane licence these days costs between $2800 and $3500 and can be done in 6 days or over a period of time – if a trainee choses to practise at workplace under supervision of a fully qualified operator.

C6 licence September course booking

C6 slewing crane operator training course and assessment – WorkCover high risk work licence.

Scheduled course starting Monday 16.09.2013. with assessment on Friday 20.09.2013.

Bookings are essential, class size is 6 participants maximum.

2 training place options – Granvile or Silverdale .

Cranes used for training and assessments are all of 60t and under, with options of 22.5t truck crane, 30t truck crane, 35t allterrain crane, 40t allterrain crane, 50t truck crane or 55t allterrain crane. If there’s any preference to a training crane, applicant should discuss this with our trainers prior to course commencement.

Training course for C6 Licence goes for 5 days with 5th day being reserved for assessment, if the flow of the training course shows that there will be no problems with the assessment outcome. In case of any unpredicted course obstacles like very bad weather or any other event that could alter the flow of learning, assessment day can be scheduled for Saturday or Sunday.

For all course information, please contact Rik on 0412 916 014.

C6 crane licence

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CN licence – when do you need licence to operate non-slewing mobile crane?

What is CN Licence for? It is for operators of non slewing mobile crane of capacity greater than 3 tonnes. That is in general pick and carry crane, most popular model being Franna or Terex-Franna .

They come in many sizes, old ones had 12t, 14t, 16t and 18t capacity, newer ones are mainly 15t, 20t and 25t capacity, with come variations.One might be surprised to discover that in Australia, in order to operate all terrain forklift with attachments that has capacity greater than 3t, CN licence is needed. Very versatile cranes, pick and carry are not so easy to keep under control in all conditions and require skilled operator to undertake some serious lifting and/or carrying load tasks. Load charts need to be interpreted correctly in order to apply necessary capacity de-rating, adjust boom length and angle for best possible utilization of crane, pay attention to humps, holes, speed of travel, load swing and so much more. If used correctly, non slewing mobile crane are a great, irreplaceable bit of gear. Crane licence for operating a forklift might look like a bit of overkill, but any licensed operator will agree that the crane training did provide a lot of additional information and makes it a lot safer to operate machine.

cn crane licence

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