Full program description

WSQ Supervise Safe Lifting Operations (Chinese)

What's In It For Me

This course will be conducted in Mandarin.
  • Learn how to make necessary preparations for the supervision of safe lifting operations
  • Learn the ropes of supervising safe lifting operations, such as identifying hazards, proper use of cranes as well as how to respond to lifting accident and emergencies
  • Learn how to supervise reinstatements of safe lifting operations such as the dismantling and restoring of rigging equipment, good housekeeping of equipment and work area, and post-operational checks
  • Course Overview

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    At the end of the course, participants will learn how to:

    • Carry out lifting operations in a safe and efficient way
    • Implement legislative requirements to ensure a safe working environment
    • Investigate crane accidents and implement preventive efforts

    SDU Points

    35 Points

    Who Should Attend

    • This course is mandatory for individuals who are assigned to supervise lifting operation involving a mobile crane or tower crane or any other crane in the workplace

    Course Duration

    • 35 hours, including 2 hours of Written Assessment and 1 hour of Practical performance

    Course Outline

    • CE 1 Prepare to supervise safe lifting operations

    • Comply to Risk Assessment
    • Check to ensure adherence to legislations and organisational safe work procedures
    • Participate in lifting plan, risk assessment and safe work procedure (SWP) briefing  for lifting operations as a supervisor
    • Check to ensure proper use of appropriate PPE and tag line for personnel in lifting operations
    • Interpret load charts to verify the intended lift is within the Safe Working Load (SWL) of the crane
    • Verify pre-lift inspection of crane, lifting gear and accessories
    • Check to ensure proper selection of rigging equipment, lifting gears and accessories for lifting load
    • Check to ensure proper rigging of load
    • Check to ensure proper set up of communication equipment serviceability of communications equipment and functionality of radio channels for safe lifting operations
    • Supervise cordoning off of lifting and lowering area using effective barricades with prominent warning signages
    • Report and rectify any abnormalities/defects in the crane, lifting gear accessories and communications equipment according to organizational procedures
    • Apply preventive measures and hazard control of lifting accidents according to organisational procedures
    •   CE 2 Carry out supervision of safe lifting operations

    • Implement safety practices and hazard control measures in workplace when carrying out Lifting Supervisor tasks
    • Identify hazards during lifting operations
    • Coordinate and supervise safe lifting operations involving cranes in a safe and proper manner
    • Coordinate and supervise lifting according to lifting plan
    • Respond to lifting accident and emergencies according to organizational Emergency Response Procedures (ERP)
    •   CE 3 Supervise reinstatement of safe lifting operations

    • Supervise the dismantling and restoring of rigging equipment, lifting gears and accessories
    • Supervise good housekeeping of equipment and work area
    • Supervise post-operational checks on communication equipment crane, lifting gear and accessories
    • Check to ensure reporting of any damage and defects on communication equipment, crane, lifting gear and accessories
    • Conduct accident investigation and analysis process of lifting accidents (where necessary)

    Mode of Assessment

    Method

    Duration

    Written Assessment (WA)  - Closed Book

    2 hrs

    Practical Performance (PP)

    1 hr

    Candidates must pass both the WA and PP to be considered to have successfully completed the “Supervise Safe Lifting Operations” Course.

    Certification Obtained and Conferred by

    • A Statement of Attainment (SOA) will be issued by SSG for candidates who have been assessed as “Competent”.
    • Safety Pass will also be issued

    Pre-requisites

    Learners MUST:

    • Have completed WSQ/ MOM ATP Rigging and Signalman course

    And are assumed to:

    • Have a basic knowledge of the relevant sector of work
    • Be able to listen and speak, read and write English at a proficiency level equivalent to the (ES) level 4
    • Be able to manipulate numbers at a proficiency level equivalent to ES level 4;

    and

    • Be medically fit

    Medium of Instruction & Trainer

    • Maximum Class Size : 20
    • Written Assessment: 1 : 20 (Class size)
    • Practical : 1 : 1
    • Medium of Instruction : English

    Funding Information

    Skills Development Fund (SDF) and SkillsFuture Funding:

    • Participants must attend at least 75% of the course, complete the exam with a pass or competent result.
    • Online applications are not applicable for companies applying funding with Absentee Payroll.
    • Workforce Training Support (WTS) funding only applies to trainee who is 35 years old and above with a monthly income of $2,000 and below.

    For Company Registration:

    • Customers who are applying funding for trainee(s), please submit Training Grant applications in SkillsConnect website before registration.
    • Training Grant number is to be submitted together with the registrations.
    •  Payment for the course must be using company cheque or via GIRO.
    • For more information on SDF Training Grant application, please click here

    Course reference code in SkillsConnect:

    • English: CRS-Q-0027262-MF

    Union Training Assistance Programme (UTAP):

    • NTUC members enjoy *UTAP benefit of up to $250 each year when you sign up for courses with NTUC Learninghub.

    * UTAP supports 50% of the course fees paid cap at $250 per year. You must be a union member throughout the course duration and at the time of claim. You must achieve a minimum of 75% attendance for each application and have sat for all prescribed examinations. Other terms and conditions apply. 

    Additional Note

    Assumed Knowledge and Skills

    WPLN 4 and above

    *Disclaimer
    Participants of this course are advised to have at least ES WPLN Level 4 & above or equivalent as otherwise, the participants may find the course challenging to understand and pass the required assessments.

    Price

    Individual Pricing w/o GST w GST
    Original Course Fee S$360.00 S$385.20
    SkillsFuture Funding, >=21 yrs old S$72.00 S$97.20
    SkillsFuture Funding, >=40 yrs old S$36.00 S$61.20
    WTS Funding (95%) S$18.00 S$43.20
    Corporate Pricing
    Non-SME w/o GST w GST
    Original Course Fee S$360.00 S$385.20
    After SDF Funding for non-SMEs Companies (80%)* S$72.00 S$97.20
    SkillsFuture Funding, >=40 yrs old  S$36.00  S$61.20
    WTS Funding (95%) S$18.00 S$43.20
    SME w/o GST w GST
    Original Course Fee S$360.00 S$385.20
    After Enhanced Training Support for SMEs Companies (90%)** S$36.00 S$61.20
    WTS Funding (95%) S$18.00 S$43.20
    *Absentee Payroll of 80% of basic hourly salary, capped at $4.50 per hour.
    ** Absentee Payroll of 80% of basic hourly salary, capped at $7.50 per hour.

    Note: SkillsFuture Funding, >=21 yrs old : Applicable to Singapore Citizen/PR 

      SkillsFuture Funding, >=40 yrs old : Applicable to Singapore Citizen ONLY

    Please note that prices are subject to changes

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