ALLMI SLINGER SIGNALLER TRAINING
Available throughout Scotland
ALLMI SLINGER SIGNALLER TRAINING
The ALLMI Slinger / Signaller course is approved by CSCS
The ALLMI Slinger / Signaller course content is extremely comprehensive and so cardholders are able to use their skills when performing Slinger / Signaller duties with other types of lifting equipment, not just lorry loaders.
Duration: One day for experienced candidates and a minimum of two days for novice candidates.
Delegates: A maximum of four candidates can attend a course
Assessment: Both courses culminate in a written and practical examination.
The assessment process is set by ALLMI and administered by the Instructor. It consists of two theoretical assessments and one practical. The theoretical assessments consist of a set of multiple choice and ‘open’ questions. The practical assessment is designed to identify whether the candidate has the appropriate practical skills to perform their duties as a Slinger / Signaller safely and efficiently.
Upon successful completion of the course every candidate will receive an identity card and certificate, and will be registered on the ALLMI database. The identity card and certificate are valid for five years, after which time refresher training and assessments will need to be undertaken. Candidates also receive the ALLMI Slinger / Signaller manual, which is used as a reference guide throughout their career.
SLINGER / SIGNALLER MODULES
The Slinger / Signaller Course is made up of 13 modules:
MODULE 1: COURSE INTRODUCTION
Introduction to ALLMI, its history and objectives. An overview of the course modules, aims and objectives, as well as the assessments to be undertaken.
MODULE 2: LEGISLATION
Legislation affecting lorry loaders, with emphasis on the role of the Slinger / Signaller. The Standards that provide guidance on how to comply with the law.
MODULE 3: INTRODUCTION TO THE EQUIPMENT
The different types of lifting accessory, their uses and how to interpret rated capacity markings.
MODULE 4: PRE- & POST-OPERATIONAL CHECKS
The law surrounding pre- and post-operational checks of lifting accessories, and how such checks should be carried out and documented. Procedures for notifying faults, having repairs carried out and the importance of not using faulty accessories.
MODULE 5: PLANNING THE LIFT
Establishing a cordon and assessing the lifting area in conjunction with the Operator of the lifting equipment. Selecting a suitable route for the load to take and how to select and prepare the load landing point.
MODULE 6: USE OF LIFTING ACCESSORIES
Key principles for selection and safe use of the different types of lifting accessory available.
MODULE 7: STORAGE & MAINTENANCE
General good practice for storing and maintaining the different types of lifting accessory available.
MODULE 8: SIGNALLER DUTIES & SIGNALS
Different methods of signalling, including industry-standard hand signals. Maintaining a safe position for clear and effective signalling.
MODULE 9: PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF SLINGING
Taking what has been learnt in the theory session on slinging and applying it to practical scenarios.
MODULE 10: PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF SIGNALLING
Taking what has been learnt in the theory session on signalling and applying it to practical scenarios.
MODULE 11: PREPARATION FOR ASSESSMENT
Revision and practice to prepare candidates for the assessments.
MODULE 12: ASSESSMENTS
Delivery of the assessments, both theoretical and practical.
MODULE 13: FINAL ADMINISTRATION & CANDIDATE FEEDBACK
Preparing course paperwork for submission to ALLMI and an opportunity for candidates to provide feedback on different elements of the course.