Lifting operations are a vital part of many industries. When planned and executed safely they save time, money and human effort in a project. All roles within lifting operations are important, but the Crane Supervisor holds the responsibility during a lift. The Crane Supervisor must ensure that everything is carried out in accordance with the lift plan, BS7121 and all applicable legislation. A CPCS Crane Supervisor Blue Card is one way to demonstrate that you can undertake this role.
As a Crane Supervisor, you will be aware of the challenges and difficulties this role presents on a daily basis. Building up experience from carrying out a variety of lifts is the best way to increase your skills and knowledge. This allows you to learn from others, and better understand what should happen during a lift.
A CPCS A61 Crane Supervisor Blue Card is a requirement on many large sites. It will also give you access to better rates of pay and more opportunities. All Star Safety can get you through this process with minimal disruption to your work. We will help you gather evidence to prove your competence from existing work tasks. Evidence that requires you to take time away from work will be reduced as much as possible. You can plan any other assessments with your assessor to complete at a time that suits you.
Once your NVQ is completed, All Star Safety will be on hand to help you complete the process. Your CPCS A62 Crane Supervisor Blue Card will be on it’s way to you as quickly as possible, to allow you to continue earning and progressing your career.
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