You can now train with one of Mackay’s best training facilities to get your Dogman Ticket / Licence in Queensland, to open yourself up to the many opportunities available in this industry.
Our head trainers have been involved in the mining and construction industry for nearly 25 years combined. This means you will be trained by the very people who have been working on the same or similar worksites to you.
According to Worksafe Queensland, dogging consists of two main parts:
The crane operator needs to be able to lift light to extremely heavy objects (the load) from one location to the next.
A dogman will be able to safely identify the weight and centre of gravity and identify the best method to sling that object up to the crane.
There is a lot of judgement and expertise involved as every object is different and the surface of the object is different each time too.
Often, the crane operator is unable to clearly see the movement of the load and as a result, the dogman will also have a series of whistles for communication.
This allows for the safest path, allowing the load to be moved with confidence and without hitting anything.
The benefits of getting your dogman ticket in Queensland are numerous.
When you consider the employment opportunities a dogman ticket opens you up to relative to the investment, it is a no-brainer.
At Momentum High Risk Training, we conduct as many as two 5-day dogman ticket training courses per month.
Our dogman training courses teach you all the dogman whistle and hand signals you need to move your load from A to B, in coordination with the crane operator.
Also, you will know how to plan and inspect all lifting equipment and have a range of systems in place to take to any construction site.
Once you successfully gain your dogman licence, you will need to renew it every 5 years.
You can find out more about our Dogman Ticket Course here.
Momentum High Risk Training works in partnership with MyneSight Pty Ltd (RTO No. 31900).