How long is a HIAB course?

How long is a HIAB course?

between 1-3 days
Training length: This will depend on your existing experience with lorry mounted cranes, and the particular qualification you require, but is typically between 1-3 days.

Can I drive a HIAB?

HIAB is in fact just one of a number of lorry-mounted crane brands. In the past, drivers of vehicles with lorry-mounted cranes used to be required to have a general vehicle licence. Now, this has changed and in order to operate a crane on a goods vehicle, they must hold an ALLMI Certificate.

Is a HIAB a lorry loader?

The HIAB cranes they supply are truck mounted cranes that allow a lorry or truck to self-load and unload. “Truck mounted crane”, “lorry mounted crane”, “lorry mounted loader” or “hydraulic lorry loader”. Aside from HIAB you may also here the names of other manufacturers such as Palfinger, Fassi or Cormach for example.

What is HGV HIAB?

It’s a word that has become common place in the haulage industry when referring to a lorry mounted crane or lorry loader. These vehicles are made up of a truck and crane combined in one vehicle and help to load and unload trucks by using the vehicle engine to power the hydraulics of the crane.

What is involved in HIAB training?

You will be instructed on:

  • Legislation.
  • Introduction to the Loader Crane.
  • Pre-operational Checks.
  • Operator Maintenance.
  • Lifting Equipment / Attachments.
  • Siting the Loader Crane.
  • Deployment of Stabiliser Legs.
  • Use of Controls.

Is it a legal requirement to have a HIAB licence?

Re: HIAB Licence There is no legal requirement for a licence or qualification to operate any piece of plant.

What is a HIAB course?

The HiAB Crane Training course will enable delegates with no crane experience to progress through the course and on successfully passing the tests qualify them as a lorry mounted crane operator. The course includes both practical and theory training.

How much does a HIAB driver earn?

How much does a Class hiab driver make in United Kingdom? The average class hiab driver salary in the United Kingdom is £25,589 per year or £13.12 per hour. Entry level positions start at £23,328 per year while most experienced workers make up to £33,079 per year.

Do you need a lifting plan for a HIAB?

Posted By Neil R There is no legal requirement to create a lift plan for the use of a HIAB. Method statements and specific risk assessments are perfectly acceptable.

What does HIAB stand for?

Hydrauliska Industri AB
The name, Hiab, comes from the commonly used abbreviation of Hydrauliska Industri AB, a company founded in Hudiksvall, Sweden 1944 by Eric Sundin, a ski manufacturer who saw a way to utilize a truck’s engine to power loader-cranes through the use of hydraulics.

How much do HIAB drivers earn?

Can you do ADR training online?

We are very pleased to announce we have gained approval to run online exams for the ADR course with our first exams taking place on Thursday 16th February 2017.