Isoloader Straddle Carrier Training
Driven from either a central or side mounted position, this is a serious solution for high volume, limited access areas and container parks. The Straddle Carrier has no high-risk licence class applied to it, but operators, however, are still required to have been formally trained in the use of the equipment by a qualified and competent person and maintain that competency.
The most common form of evidence of this competence is via a course built and delivered by a Registered Training Organisation, with written competencies and outcomes, and a formal assessment. Any person instructing another party to operate any plant or equipment has the responsibility under law to ensure the operator is trained, licensed where required and instructed in the specifics of the particular piece of equipment being operated.
One Stop Training has a learning program built to suit the straddle carrier, and can be delivered face to face to individuals or groups anywhere in Queensland. One Stop Training provides an end-to-end solution for those wishing to gain and prove competency, as well as maintaining ongoing evidence via the Verification of Continuing Competency process.