NPORS – Report of Thorough Examination

NPORS – Rigging and Fleeting Loads Course
November 7, 2018
NPORS Crane Appointed Person / Persons (Lifting Operations)
June 14, 2021
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    NPORS – Report of Thorough Examination NPORS Category N019

    NPORS – National Plant Operators Registration Scheme

    AIM

    This is a Report of Thorough Examination course designed for employees who have a responsibility for issuing, storing, pre-use and in-service inspection, condemning or acquiring lifting equipment and for persons required to carry out thorough examination on lifting accessories, equipment and small plant.

     

    Pre-Requisite

    No previous experience required, but a knowledge of lifting accessories and equipment would be an advantage and that the learner has completed basic training in Health and Safety and environment,

    e.g. Safepass or equivalent.

     

    Course Duration

    2 days.

     

    Maximum Number

    8 persons.

     

    Training Aids

    Lecture notes, audio visual presentation and specific items of rigging equipment.

     

    Assessment

    Written and practical test.

     

    Certification

    On successful completion of the course candidates will receive an NPORS ID Card & certificate valid for 5 years.

    Additional Information

    Meeting the needs and expectations of service users is of the highest priority to our staff. Therefore if you have any concerns or wish to make a comment about the service please contact: oreillytraining@gmail.com

     

     

    COURSE OBJECTIVES

     

    On completion of this course the learner will be capable of:

    • Have a basic understanding of the industry, dangers of working in the industry and their responsibilities as a competent person carrying out inspections of lifting equipment, accessories and

     

    • Be able to conform to manufactures requirements as per technical data and to confirm to relevant legislation,
    • Be able to locate, identify and explain different types of lifting equipment, accessories and Examine their basic construction, explain their uses, applications and functions.

     

    • Be able to interpret and extract information from all relevant

     

    • Explain and demonstrate a comprehensive thorough

     

    • Identify and demonstrate how to complete a thorough examination inspection

     

    • Environmental

     

    • Carry out storage and securing

    COURSE SYLLABUS

     

    • principles and terminology

     

    • Relevant legislation and ACOPs, LOLER, PUWER, General Applications, BS and BSEN Standards
    • Safe systems of work

     

    • Risk assessment, planning and control of lifting operations

     

    • Lifting equipment pre and post use inspection

     

    • Safe and correct use of different types of lifting equipment

     

    • Selection of the appropriate lifting accessories and equipment and their uses
    • Lifting accessories and their applications
    • Equipment identification and selection

     

    • Proof Load test

    • Environmental factors that could influence lifting equipment and accessories

     

    • Correct procedure for the storage of lifting equipment

     

    • Awareness of manual handling

     

    • Appreciation of dynamic factors

     

    • Typical types of lifting equipment and accessories that the candidate would inspect will include:
      • Chain slings

     

    • Wire rope slings

     

    • Fibre slings

     

    • Shackles

     

    • Eyebolts

     

    • Master links

     

    • Chainblocks

     

    • Pullifts

     

    • Wire rope hoists & wires

     

    • Snatch Blocks

     

    • Beam clamps

     

    • Beam trolleys

     

    • Pallet Trucks

     

    • Skates

     

    • Jacks

     

    • Harness, lanyard and working at height equipment,

     

    Practical Assessment and Written Examination