OBJECTIVES

Legal-Regulatory Form and Technical Form

The course aims to describe the reference legislation and describe how to apply the principles and procedures to work safely in the management of mobile elevating work platforms.

RECIPIENTS

Workers who intend to operate as employees in the management of mobile elevating work platforms (PLE) pursuant to the State-Regions Agreement of reference.

DURATION

4 hours

REGULATORY CONTEXT

Article 73 of the Consolidated Law on the protection of health and safety in the workplace (Legislative Decree no. 81/2008) provides for the employer to ensure that workers receive training of a theoretical-practical adequate and targeted to the operations envisaged.

Prerequisites:

Absence of disorders, incapacitating infirmities and addiction to drugs and alcohol. Knowledge of spoken and written Italian. Age not less than 18 years.

CONTENTS

Legal - Regulatory Form

  • Safe use of work equipment
  • Responsibility of the operator

 

Technical Module - Techniques for the safe use of equipment in work at height

  • PLE categories
  • Structural components
  • Command and safety devices
  • Checks to be carried out before use
  • Specific PPE to be used with MEWPs
  • How to use it safely and risks
  • Rescue operating procedures

 

FINAL TEST

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Acrobat Reader

PDF documents are exported from version 5 and are compatible with all subsequent versions of Acrobat Reader released up to the update date of this file.

Browser

  • Microsoft Edge
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Safari (from version 9.1 onwards)

JavaScript enabled

Pop-up blocker disabled

Minimum video resolution

The courses are optimized for a 1024 × 768 display on PCs and tablets of at least 7 inches.

Speakers or headphones 

DATA TRACKING METHOD: SCORM 1.2

DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGY:

HTML5

CERTIFICATION / CERTIFICATE:

Certificate of use compliant with current legislation on health and safety at work

PRODUCED BY:

PIAZZA COPERNICO

Content edited by:

Conformity

COURSE CODE:

0003_21