This two-day theoretical course covers legislation and safe operation principles for lifting devices in a marina environment. It satisfies the Ontario Ministry of Labour’s definition of “generic competency” in the marina environment. Site-specific practical assessment must be completed by the marina employer or supervisor.
This two-day workshop covers:
- The Occupational Health and Safety Act
- Industrial regulation and marina operation
- Forklift operation
- Crane operator safety practice
- Load assessment
- Safe working loads at specified angles
- Marina slinging hardware
- Slings for marina applications • Mobile crane and hydraulic trailer
Participants will receive:
- Reference materials
- Instruction by qualified trainers
- Theoretical evaluation
- Records of Training (for MOL audit purposes)
Upon successful completion, participants will receive certificates of competency. These assessment.
Participants must wear Canadian Standards Association-approved safety boots.
Thursday, November 22nd and Friday, November 23rd 2018
9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
705.722.1511 or register online at:
TO BOOK TRAINING AT YOUR FACILITY FOR SPRING 2019
Call Phil LeBoeuf
705.526.3666, ext. 3723
The OHSA states that marina employers must ensure boat-lifting activity is carried out by “competent persons.” This competency is demonstrated to the Ontario Ministry of Labour by documented theoretical training and practical assessment. *Site-specific practical assessments must be completed by the marina employer or supervisor on specific lifting devices!