Cargo Equirpment Handler - QF-.pdf

Cargo equipment handler

  • Job DescriptionCargo equipment handler operates MHE to move, load/unload cargo in a port/ CFS/ ICD. S/he also performs basic maintenance of the MHE equipment
  • Originally Approved23rd NSQC - August 2019
  • Last Revised-
  • Code2019/TLW/LSC/3399
  • SectorTransportation, Logistics & Warehousing
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours400
  • Accrediting BodiesLogistics Sector Skill Council
  • Certifying BodiesLogistics Sector Skill Council
  • Proposed Occupation

    Crane/ MHE operations

  • International Comparability

    ISCO-88/8343 – Crane, hoist and related plant operators ISCO-08/8344 – Lifting truck operators Similar occupations in other countries – Canada – Code - 7371 – Crane operators Code – 7571 – Heavy equipment operators Australia and New Zealand – code – 7121-11 – Crane, hoist and lift operator UK – Code – 8221 – Crane drivers

  • Progression Pathway

    Professional - After completion of course
    and the personal will gradually progress
    as crane operators on crane of increasing
    complexity and can further move towards
    supervisory role for crane and cargo
    operations.

    Academic –
    1. For a Diploma – Graduation is the
    next stage of progression
    2. For a ITI – Diploma is the next
    stage of progression
    3. For a Class XII – Diploma or
    Graduation is the next stage of
    progression
    4. For a Class X - Candidate to clear
    Class XII through open school and
    proceed further to Diploma or
    Graduate and then to Post
    graduate

  • Planned arrangements for RPL

    LSC currently undertakes RPL through
    the following modes –
    1. The companies outreach to LSC
    regarding their requirement for
    RPL. LSC arranges for a trainer or
    a training agency to conduct the
    short term RPL programme post
    which, LSC member conducts
    assessment and provide
    accreditation/ certification for the
    same
    2. The training centre run RPL
    courses in coordination with
    industry and companies and post
    the course conduct assessment
    and certification
    3. The companies reach out to LSC
    regarding RPL requirements. They
    conduct their own training as per
    the RPL requirements and post
    training LSC reviews and provides
    certifications regarding RPL
    4. LSC is developing an online RPL
    assessment application which will
    be MCQ based test.

  • Qualification File Cargo Equirpment Handler - QF-.pdf
  • Supporting Documents
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Mandatory/ Optional Estimated size (Hours) Level
    A Mandatory components Mandatory
    Introduction Mandatory 30 4
    LSC/N3701 Perform cargo handling Mandatory 100 4
    LSC/N3702 Perform preventive and first-line maintenance of MHE at ports Mandatory 70 4
    LSC/N9904 Maintain integrity and ethics in operations Mandatory 50 4
    LSC/N9905 Follow health, safety and security procedures 50 4
    Total (A) 300
    B Elective/ Optional component
    Cargo Handler – Manual Elective
    LSC/N3703 Operate Rail Mounted Quay (RMQ) crane Elective 100 4
    LSC/N3704 Operate Grab Ship Unloader (GSU) crane Elective 100 4
    LSC/N3705 Operate Rubber Tyre Gantry (RTG) crane Elective 100 4
    LSC/N3706 Operate Reach Stacker Optional 100 4
    LSC/N3502 Yard planning and cargo handling 70 4
    Sub total B
    Total (A+B) 400 hrs to 770 hrs
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