In many industries, you are legally obligated to provide detailed evidence of all training and supervision. The telehandler logbook can be used to provide evidence of supervision and training. Logbooks can also be used as evidence of verification of competency (VOC).
- Room to record trainee details
- Room to record RTO details
- Record of training summary
- Date and time
- Numbers of hours
- Machine details
- Element and performance criteria covered
- Each performance criteria explained in simple English
- Room for the supervising person to fill in all relevant details
- Plan Plan and prepare for telescopic materials handler operations
- Operate telescopic materials handler in line with established requirements
- Attach, secure, lift, carry and place materials to complete work activity
- Select, remove, fit and use attachments for a telescopic materials handler
- Relocate the telescopic materials handler
- Conduct housekeeping activities
The person supervising the operator must be deemed competent to supervise the training. The supervisor/trainer may hold an existing earthmoving qualification, may have a Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessing, may have on the job experience gained over time, or any or all of these.
VERIFICATION OF COMPETENCY (VOC):
As well as being a record of training, this logbook can also be used as a document to record verification of competency (VOC).