Safety Education

Cartec Safety Academy

CARTEC SAFETY ACADEMY is the safe lifting school for our customers, with pay courses both standard and customized.

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Courses and levels
  • Basic level - 4 hours
  • Intermediate level - 6 hours
  • Expert level - 6 + 2 hours
4 hours

Basic level

Aims of the course

Course for operators with the aim of acquiring the basic notions on the techniques for lifting loads in safety.

Syllabus - topic covered
01

Regulations and legislation governing lifting

  • Basic expressions and definitions
  • Main load capacities and safety coefficients
  • Markings of slings
02

Wire ropes and cables

  • Various types of strand ropes
  • Main applications of loops on cables or ropes
  • Routine inspections of cables and ropes
03

Slings

  • Fibre slings, ropes and chains
  • Rope slings: types and basic notions
  • Chain slings: types and basic notions
  • Fibre slings: types and basic notions
04

Lifting accessories: overview of types

  • Lifting hooks: types and basic notions
  • Lifting shackles: types and basic notions
  • Anchor eyebolts: types and basic notions
05

Analysis of few cases

06

Final test assessment

6 hours

Intermediate level

Aims of the course

Course for operators with responsibility, with the aim of acquiring the notions on the techniques for lifting loads in safety.

Syllabus - topic covered
01

Regulations and legislation governing lifting

  • Technical standards for equipment inspections
  • Technical expressions and definitions
  • Load capacities and safety coefficients
  • Markings of slings
02

Wire ropes and cables

  • Production process
  • Various types of strand ropes
  • Measuring the rope diameter
  • Rope terminations: classification and capacity with respect to rope failure strain
  • Cases of cable or rope deterioration (further details on the technical standard UNI ISO 4309)
03

Slings

  • Fibre slings, ropes and chains: merits and defects
  • Rope slings: types and further details
  • Chain slings: types and further details
  • Fibre slings: types and further details
04

Lifting accessories: overview of types and further details

  • Lifting hooks: types and further details
  • Lifting shackles: types and further details
  • Anchor eyebolts: types, correct use
  • Variation in the load capacity of slings based on the vertex angle
05

Analysis of a few cases

06

Final test assessment

6+2 hours

Expert level

aims of the course

Course for operators in charge of inspecting “below-the-hook” lifting systems in compliance with the provisions in Italian Legislative Decree 81/2008 – Safety in the workplace.

Syllabus - topic covered
01

Regulations and legislation governing lifting

  • Technical standards for equipment inspections
  • Registers to be kept and routine inspections to be conducted on equipment and systems.
  • Expressions and definitions
  • Load capacities and safety coefficients
  • Certificates for ropes, chains and accessories
  • Various certificates
  • Markings of slings
02

Wire ropes and cables

  • Production process
  • Various types of strand ropes
  • Right-hand or left-hand construction
  • Measuring the rope diameter
  • Handling and storage of cables
  • Rope terminations: classification and capacity with respect to rope failure strain
  • Execution and applications of loops on cables or ropes
  • Routine inspections of cables and ropes
  • Cases of cable or rope deterioration (comment on the technical standard UNI ISO 4309)
03

Slings

  • Fibre slings, ropes and chains: merits and defects
  • Rope slings: types and inspections
  • Chain slings: types and inspections
  • Fibre slings: types and inspections
04

Lifting accessories: types and inspections

  • Lifting hooks: types and routine inspections
  • Lifting shackles: types and routine inspections
  • Anchor eyebolts: types, correct use and routine inspections
  • Hoists: manual chain hoists and electric hoists (only upon specific request)
  • Variation in the load capacity of harnesses based on the vertex angle
05

Analysis of a few cases

06

Procedures for drafting the controls

07

Final test assessment and video technical training

8+4 hours

Advanced level 2 days

Aims of the course

Course for operators in charge of inspecting “below-the-hook” lifting systems in compliance with the provisions in Italian Legislative Decree 81/2008 – Safety in the workplace and assembly and certification of chain harnesses in
compliance with EN 818.

Syllabus - topic covered
01

Regulations and legislation governing lifting

  • Technical standards for equipment inspections
  • Further details about EN1677 and EN818
  • Registers to be kept and routine inspections to be conducted on equipment and systems.
  • Expressions and definitions
  • Load capacities and safety coefficients
  • Certificates for ropes, chains and accessories
  • Types of certificates in compliance with EN10204
  • Markings of harnesses
02

Wire ropes and cables

  • Production process
  • Various types of strand ropes
  • Right-hand or left-hand construction
  • Measuring the rope diameter
  • Handling and storage of cables
  • Rope terminations: classification and capacity with respect to rope failure strain
  • Execution and applications of loops on cables or ropes
  • Routine inspections of cables and ropes
  • Cases of cable or rope deterioration (comment on the technical standard UNI ISO 4309)
03

Slings

  • Fibre slings, ropes and chains: merits and defects
  • Rope harnesses: types and inspections
  • Chain harnesses: types and inspections
  • Fibre harnesses: types and inspections
04

Lifting accessories: types and inspections

  • Lifting hooks: types and routine inspections
  • Lifting shackles: types and routine inspections
  • Anchor eyebolts: types, correct use and routine inspections
  • Hoists: manual chain hoists and electric hoists (only upon specific request)
  • Variation in the load capacity of harnesses based on the vertex angle
05

Analysis of a few cases

06

Procedures for drafting the controls

  • Control sheets
  • Example of a report
07

Mounting and certification of a chain harness

  • How to choose the components
  • Assembly procedures
  • Tracking of a chain harness
  • Preparing a certificate of conformity
08

Final test assessment

09

Technical training

02

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Courses and levels
  • Basic level - 4 hours
  • Intermediate level - 6 hours
  • Expert level - 6 + 2 hours
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4 hours

Basic level

Aims of the course

Course for operators with the aim of acquiring the basic notions on the techniques for lifting loads in safety.

Syllabus - topic covered
01

Regulations and legislation governing lifting

  • Basic expressions and definitions
  • Main load capacities and safety coefficients
  • Markings of slings
02

Wire ropes and cables

  • Various types of strand ropes
  • Main applications of loops on cables or ropes
  • Routine inspections of cables and ropes
03

Slings

  • Fibre slings, ropes and chains
  • Rope slings: types and basic notions
  • Chain slings: types and basic notions
  • Fibre slings: types and basic notions
04

Lifting accessories: overview of types

  • Lifting hooks: types and basic notions
  • Lifting shackles: types and basic notions
  • Anchor eyebolts: types and basic notions
05

Analysis of few cases

06

Final test assessment

6 hours

Intermediate level

Aims of the course

Course for operators with responsibility, with the aim of acquiring the notions on the techniques for lifting loads in safety.

Syllabus - topic covered
01

Regulations and legislation governing lifting

  • Technical standards for equipment inspections
  • Technical expressions and definitions
  • Load capacities and safety coefficients
  • Markings of slings
02

Wire ropes and cables

  • Production process
  • Various types of strand ropes
  • Measuring the rope diameter
  • Rope terminations: classification and capacity with respect to rope failure strain
  • Cases of cable or rope deterioration (further details on the technical standard UNI ISO 4309)
03

Slings

  • Fibre slings, ropes and chains: merits and defects
  • Rope slings: types and further details
  • Chain slings: types and further details
  • Fibre slings: types and further details
04

Lifting accessories: overview of types and further details

  • Lifting hooks: types and further details
  • Lifting shackles: types and further details
  • Anchor eyebolts: types, correct use
  • Variation in the load capacity of slings based on the vertex angle
05

Analysis of a few cases

06

Final test assessment

6+2 hours

Expert level

aims of the course

Course for operators in charge of inspecting “below-the-hook” lifting systems in compliance with the provisions in Italian Legislative Decree 81/2008 – Safety in the workplace.

Syllabus - topic covered
01

Regulations and legislation governing lifting

  • Technical standards for equipment inspections
  • Registers to be kept and routine inspections to be conducted on equipment and systems.
  • Expressions and definitions
  • Load capacities and safety coefficients
  • Certificates for ropes, chains and accessories
  • Various certificates
  • Markings of slings
02

Wire ropes and cables

  • Production process
  • Various types of strand ropes
  • Right-hand or left-hand construction
  • Measuring the rope diameter
  • Handling and storage of cables
  • Rope terminations: classification and capacity with respect to rope failure strain
  • Execution and applications of loops on cables or ropes
  • Routine inspections of cables and ropes
  • Cases of cable or rope deterioration (comment on the technical standard UNI ISO 4309)
03

Slings

  • Fibre slings, ropes and chains: merits and defects
  • Rope slings: types and inspections
  • Chain slings: types and inspections
  • Fibre slings: types and inspections
04

Lifting accessories: types and inspections

  • Lifting hooks: types and routine inspections
  • Lifting shackles: types and routine inspections
  • Anchor eyebolts: types, correct use and routine inspections
  • Hoists: manual chain hoists and electric hoists (only upon specific request)
  • Variation in the load capacity of harnesses based on the vertex angle
05

Analysis of a few cases

06

Procedures for drafting the controls

07

Final test assessment and video technical training