Industry leading lifting training
We offer a complete range of training for lifting and safety and efficiency on site, giving your workforce the skills needed to be both competent and safe at work.
With expert knowledge of the lifting and compliance market through our Lloyds British team our training offers one of the most recognised ranges of lifting safety skills courses in the industry.
Accredited under IOSH, NPORS and with 20 years’ experience in the training industry Lloyds British has an extensive training portfolio ranging from operative to instructor level courses.
For any individual required to carry out manual handling. Provides delegates with a thorough understanding of how to minimise injury risk to themselves and others by increasing awareness of manual handling hazards in the workplace and their outcomes.
In-Service Inspection and Management of Lifting Equipment
Designed for those who are required to carry out lifting inspections with training on correct marking, storage and handling of equipment. Course content includes how to identify any signs of damage or wear which affects the fitness of lifting equipment for use.
Slinging and Signalling
To ensure operations can be carried out safely, it is vital that operators of lifting appliances and accessories are aware of the correct use of equipment within company procedures, safe systems of work and the consequences of improper practices.
Thorough Examination of Lifting Equipment Accessories
The course looks at the documentation required and the various inspection techniques and rejection criteria of portable lifting equipment, including how to produce reports and certification of thorough examination.
Slinging and Rigging
Designed to teach operators to rig lifting equipment safely. Rigging equipment should be made available on-site to move loads.
Pendant/Remote Controlled Crane Operation
Teaches operators to safely sling loads and to operate a pendant / remote controlled crane.
Slinging and Lifting
Designed to teach operators to safely sling and move loads using the correct equipment. The lifting equipment such as gantry crane or HIAB must be made available for training for the duration of the course.
The course looks at the documentation required and the various inspection techniques and rejection criteria of portable lifting equipment, including how to produce