IPAF Pre-Delivery Inspection (INSP) Course

£245.00
+ VAT
Per delegate
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Course Overview

Our Pre-Delivery Inspection Course delivers a minimum of 7 hours of instruction to a maximum of 6 delegates. This course aims at providing training to prepare and conduct a Pre-Delivery Inspection (INSP) on various types of MEWPS. Lifting equipment, including MEWPS must be inspected every six months by a competent person to ensure health and safety conditions are maintained. PDIs and in-service inspections are a vital part of any service plan, alongside the LOLER inspections to ensure MEWPs remain safe to use.

This course consists of a training room lecture, DVD presentation, written assessment and practical training and assessment.

This course is aimed at individuals such as rental company staff, service technicians/mechanics or depot based personnel who have held a valid IPAF PAL Card for a minimum of 6 months and have their corresponding log book documenting their training and experience to operate the categories for which they wish to obtain an IPAF PAL Card with the category of Pre-Delivery Inspection (INSP).

As the assembly and use of MEWPs can be physically demanding, users should be physically fit and in good health and should, generally, not have problems with eyesight or hearing, heart disease, high blood pressure, epilepsy, fear of heights/vertigo, giddiness/difficulty with balance, impaired limb function, alcohol or drug dependence or psychiatric illness.

At the end of the theory session delegates will take a written test. If they successfully pass, they will progress to the practical training and assessment where they will be required to carry out a risk assessment, and pre-delivery inspection on a range of MEWPs.

  • Relevant current legislation & regulations
  • Purpose and legal requirements for a PDI
  • Importance of familiarisation
  • Purpose & preparation for a PDI
  • Common found faults during a PDI
  • Logistical approach to a PDI
  • Need for risk assessment of PDI inspection area
  • Roles and responsibilities of person conducting a PDI
  • When to pass or fail a machine under inspection
  • Conducting a PDI for a selected category of MEWP

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