AHCARB204A – UNDERTAKE STANDARD CLIMBING TECHNIQUES

  • July 3, 2015 /

ahcarb204a - Undertake Standard Climbing Techniques

This unit covers the process of climbing small trees with ropes and harness for the purpose of pruning and defines the standard required to:

  • Carry out pre-operational and safety checks;
  • Identify and report site and tree hazards and implement risk controls;
  • Select, prepare and inspect ropes, harnesses and other equipment associated with climbing trees;
  • Safely climb/ascend and descend a tree with rope and harness;
  • Climb using documented low risk work methods; and
  • Inspect for faults and store ropes, harnesses and other climbing and safety equipment and record and replace if worn or faulty

Upon successful completion of the program, Participants will be deemed competent to:

  • Prepare for climbing operations
  • Tie knots required for tree climbing operations
  • Climb trees in a low hazard work environment

Application of the Unit

This unit applies to the basic techniques used to climb trees in Arboriculture and applies to a climbing tree worker. This standard involves working under routine supervision with intermittent checking by supervisors or qualified arborists. Climbing techniques follow documented low risk work methods and procedures.

Associated Qualification

This competency unit forms part of the AHC20513 – Certificate II in Arboriculture qualification.

Recognition

On successful completion of this unit of competency, Participants will be issued with a Statement of Attainment.

For further information, please refer to the attached overview:

ahcarb204a-undertake-standard-climbing-techniques

or visit the training.gov link below:

http://training.gov.au/Training/Details/AHCARB204A

Disclaimer

Attendance at this program does not guarantee:

  • A learner will successfully complete the training program:
  • The training program can be successfully completed if it is undertaken in a manner that does not comply with the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s) 2015; and
  • A learner will obtain a particular employment outcome where this is outside the control of InterLink Training

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Unit Descriptor

This unit covers the process of climbing small trees with ropes and harness for the purpose of pruning and defines the standard required to:

  • Carry out pre-operational and safety checks;
  • Identify and report site and tree hazards and implement risk controls;
  • Select, prepare and inspect ropes, harnesses and other equipment associated with climbing trees;
  • Safely climb/ascend and descend a tree with rope and harness;
  • Climb using documented low risk work methods; and
  • Inspect for faults and store ropes, harnesses and other climbing and safety equipment and record and replace if worn or faulty

Upon successful completion of the program, Participants will be deemed competent to:

  • Prepare for climbing operations
  • Tie knots required for tree climbing operations
  • Climb trees in a low hazard work environment

Application of the Unit

This unit applies to the basic techniques used to climb trees in Arboriculture and applies to a climbing tree worker.  This standard involves working under routine supervision with intermittent checking by supervisors or qualified arborists.  Climbing techniques follow documented low risk work methods and procedures.

Associated Qualification

This competency unit forms part of the AHC20513 – Certificate II in Arboriculture qualification.

 Recognition

On successful completion of this unit of competency, Participants will be issued with a Statement of Attainment.

For further information, please refer to the attached overview:

ahcarb204a-undertake-standard-climbing-techniques

or visit the training.gov link below:

http://training.gov.au/Training/Details/AHCARB204A

Disclaimer

Attendance at this program does not guarantee:

  • A learner will successfully complete the training program:
  • The training program can be successfully completed if it is undertaken in a manner that does not comply with the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTO’s) 2015; and
  • A learner will obtain a particular employment outcome where this is outside the control of InterLink Training