General operating terms and conditions.
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Candidates fitness to train.
The Drivers’ Medical Unit at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) publishes At a glance: Guide to the current medical standards of fitness to drive. This is aimed at health professionals and applies to lift trucks on the road, but can be applied to all work with lift trucks. For most work with lift trucks, a standard of fitness equivalent to that for the Group 1 entitlement (ordinary driving licence holders) would be appropriate. Activities such as working in a particularly demanding environment, working at night or moving highly toxic or explosive materials would probably be more appropriate to the Group 2 entitlement (heavy goods vehicle licence holders).
LLTltd may ask to apply a pre-operators experience test to avoid wrong advice being given to a candidate with regard to disability's and the training we can offer.
General Consideration regarding .....
On-Site Instructor Training
LLTltd is committed to maintaining the highest degree of integrity in all our dealings with potential, current and past clients, both in terms of normal commercial confidentiality, and the protection of all personal information received in the course of providing the business services concerned. We extend the same standards to all our customers, suppliers and associates We are fully signed up to the Data Protection act and operate within its guidelines.
Equality and discrimination
LLTltd will always strive to be fair and objective in our advice and actions, and we are never influenced in our decisions, actions or recommendations by issues of gender, race, creed, colour, age or personal disability.
LLTltd will always conduct our own services honestly and honourably, and expect our clients and suppliers to do the same. Our advice, strategic assistance and the methods imparted through our training, take proper account of ethical considerations, together with the protection and enhancement of the moral position of our clients and suppliers.
Duty of care
LLTltd's actions and advice will always conform to relevant law, and we believe that all businesses and organizations, including this consultancy, should avoid causing any adverse effect on the human rights of people in the organizations we deal with, the local and wider environments, and the well-being of society at large.
Commitment to Professional Operating
LLTltd's fees are always competitive for what we provide, which is high quality, tailored, specialised service. As such will not generally offer arbitrary discounts; generally a reduction in price is only enabled by reducing the level or extent of services to be delivered. That said, LLTltd always try to propose solutions which accommodate our clients' available budgets and timescales. Wherever possible LLtltd will agree fees and basis of charges clearly in advance, so that LLTltd and our clients can plan reliably for what lies ahead, and how it is to be achieved and financially justified.
All Instructors and staff working on behalf of LLTltd will conduct all of there activities professionally and with integrity.
Additional Operator Training Terms & Conditions for Lorryloader Courses
1.1 Must be in good working order and conform to current legislation.
1.2 Boom Height Indicator must be operational.
1.3 PTO engagement indicator and interlock must be operational.
1.4 Vehicle must be available throughout the training session.
2.1 Must be in good working order.
2.2 Must have a current test certificate, a copy of which must be provided before training commences.
2.3 All safety features must be operational and conform to current legislation.
2.4 Must be fitted with correct attachment for type of training.
2.5 Must have the manufacturer’s Operator Manual.
2.6 The maximum rated capacity of the loader used for training will determine the size of loader the operator will be certificated to use, assuming all assessments are passed successfully. For this reason it should be ensured that the loader set aside for training falls into the ALLMI category that the operator wishes to be licensed for. If you are not familiar with the ALLMI categories system then please contact us.
3. Lifting Gear / Attachments
3.1 All lifting gear / attachments must be in good condition.
3.2 Lifting gear must be appropriate for the type of load being lifted.
3.3 Lifting gear must have a current test certificate, a copy of which will be required before training commences
3.4 All lifting gear / attachments must have rated capacity information attached.
4. Working Area
4.1 A working area equivalent to the loader’s maximum reach throughout its full slewing range plus two metres must be provided.
4.2 The working area must be cordoned off. No other persons apart from the instructor and candidates should be in this area.
4.3 The area should be firm, level and free from obstructions (overhead power lines, buildings, underground services, etc).
4.4 Loads to be manoeuvred must be in this area before the practical session begins.
5.1 A classroom will be required to seat 4 people and must include lighting and power points.
5.2 If available, the following equipment should be provided:
5.2.1 Overhead Projector.
5.2.2 Overhead Projector Screen.
5.2.3 Flip Chart / Write On Board.
5.3 The classroom must be available throughout the training session for the Instructor & Candidates only.
6.1 All participants must be advised of the training before commencement.
6.2 If possible, prior knowledge of the equipment would be advantageous.
6.3 Each participant to supply:
6.3.1 2 x Passport sized photographs or have photo take at the end of the training course..
6.3.2 National Insurance Number.
6.3.3 Personal Protective Equipment (Hard Hat, Boots & High Visibility Jacket / Waistcoat).
6.4 Failure to produce the above on the day of training will result in exclusion from course. Costs paid or those to be invoiced will not be refunded.
7.1 Experienced operators – Maximum 4
7.2 Inexperienced operators – Maximum 3
Main Business Address, 24 Mayfair Drive, Crewe, Cheshire, CW1 5BB (Amended 11th September 2016).
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