COURSE:

Hooker / Signaller

The hooklift training course will help to gain knowledge for people who work with lifting devices and carry out the lifting of heavier loads with the help of machines, cranes and other similar devices. Anyone who attaches a load must complete a hooker course and get a license.

This also applies to temporary employees, technical staff and foremen.

  • Regulations and legal regulations
  • Health and safety - Health and safety at work
  • Inspection before use and periodic  
  • Types and construction of lifting equipment
  • Belt slings, wire ropes, chain tools and other hoisting gear
  • Rules for removing (disassembling) crane equipment
  • Using hoisting load tables
  • Evaluation of weight, weight, center of gravity and angle of work
  • Signals and signs

PRICE LIST

Hooker
Signalist

2000 cr per person
  • Certificate issued after graduation
  • A professional instructor
Popular

Fall protection equipment

2000 cr per person
  • Certificate issued after graduation
  • A professional instructor

Handheld working equipment and bench saws

700 cr per person
  • Certificate issued after graduation
  • A professional instructor

Hot works

2000 cr per person
  • Certificate issued after graduation
  • A professional instructor

Boom platforms and mobile platforms

2000 cr per person
  • Certificate issued after graduation
  • A professional instructor

Works on the road

1800-2500 cr per person
  • Certificate issued after graduation
  • A professional instructor

40-hour course for health and safety representatives

6500-9000 cr per person
  • Certificate issued after graduation
  • A professional instructor

Health and safety training for leaders

2000-2500 cr per person
  • Certificate issued after graduation
  • A professional instructor

Confirmation of course completion

After completing the course, every person receives a confirmation of their credentials in the form of a plastic card the size of a credit card

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