Marine Metal Scaffold Course for Supervisors (MMSCSup)

COURSE NAMEMarine Metal Scaffold Course for Supervisors (MMSCSup)
COURSE FEES$400.00
COURSE LANGUAGEEnglish
COURSE DURATION
Lesson duration 32.00 Hours (Theory 13.00 Hours & Practical 19.00 Hours)
Assessment duration08.00 Hours (written Assessment 01.30 Hours & 06.30 Hour)
TRAINER & TRAINEES RATIO 1 Trainer  18 Trainees for Theory class
1 Trainer  09 Trainees for Practical class
1 Trainer  18 Trainees for Theory Assessment
1 Trainer  09 Trainees for Practical Assessment

COURSE SCHEDULE

COURSE OBJECTIVE

The aim of the course is to make the trainee to understand supervision skills of marine metal scaffold erections.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
The objective of this training course is to enable participants to:
 1.  Introduction to Marine Metal Scaffolding
 2.  Roles and Responsibilities of a Marine Metal Supervisor
 3.  Composition of Scaffold
 4.  Scaffolding system; details, types and uses of scaffolds
 5.  Handling of scaffold materials
 6.  Ship structures – names and parts
 7.  WSH (Scaffolds) Regulations 2011, WSH (Work-At-Height) Regulations 2014, WSH (Work-At-Height) Regulations Amendment 2014, CP14:1996, CP20:1999
 8.  Stability, centre of gravity and loading of scaffolds
 9.  Drawings/sketches of various types of scaffolds
 10.  Erecting hanging scaffolds – procedures, methods, anchoring points, safety precautions
 11.  General guidelines to alter, modify, add, inspect, assessment of scaffold
 12.  Developing scaffold checklist
 13.  Scaffolding safety
 14.  Design, Erect, Inspect and Dismantle of a typical marine metal scaffold
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The trainees should pass the Marine Metal Scaffold Course for Scaffolders.

The learner must possess a Skills Evaluation Certificate Level 1 (SEC Level 1).

Participants are required to wear their safety boots for the practical session.

VALIDITY OF CERTIFICATE

The certificate and ID card that is issued to a successful participant for the course and assessment is valid for life long.

COURSE SYLLABUS
  • Introduction to Marine Metal Scaffolding
  • Damaged and Defective Materials
  • Tie-backs and Bracing
  • Interpretation of Marine Metal Scaffolding Working Drawings
  • Typical scaffolds for corrugated bulkheads
  • Safety Rules in erecting and dismantling of scaffolds
  • Marine Scaffold Accidents
  • Sound Metal Scaffolds
  • Requirements for Outriggers
  • Methods and Procedures for Erection and Dismantling
  • Precautions to be taken while working in confined spaces and at height
  • Introduction to Hanging Scaffold
  • Maintaining Scaffolds, Altering Scaffolds
  • Scaffold Checklist
  • Practical Class
  • Written Assessment
  • Practical Assessment
PASSING MARK
  • Theory Assessment 65% of Marks
  • Practical Assessment 100% of Marks