Safety & Access

HAKITec 750 Temporary Roof Course

Course Specification

Duration:
Two Days
Attendees:
CISRS Card holding scaffolders that require training in safe erection and dismantle.
Objective:
To give attendees up to date training on current manufacturer standards
Content
  • Health & Safety overview
  • Overview of components and configurations
  • Safe systems of work (SG4: Current & TG09: Current)
  • Understanding & interpreting information on design drawings
  • Basic Components
  • Erection aids
  • Preparation of scaffold
  • Erect & dismantle HAKITEC 750 temporary roof
  • Roll out with and without tie-chord methods (Theory & Practical)
  • Hand built method (Theory & Practical)
  • Crane-Lift (Theory)
  • Mono pitch roof (Theory)
  • Multiple choice question paper
Tools
(Delegates should bring their own tools)

  • Tape measure
  • Spirit level,
  • Hammer/podger
  • Scaffold spanner
  • 22mm open end or adjustable spanner.

Note:

A minimum of CISRS Basic part 2 tube & fitting Operatives who have some knowledge of genuine HAKI equipment.

TG09 (current) states that as a minimum at least one operative involved in the erection, dismantling or alteration of any temporary roof should be advanced CISRS qualified.. Attendees to bring along own full PPE along with fall arrest equipment for practical elements.

Certification:
  • Delegates who successfully complete the practical & theory assessments of the course will receive a Manufacturer’s Certificate and a plastic photo ID Card.
Note:
This training can be delivered on site if suitable theoretical and practical facilities are available.