Conduct dogging operations

Unit code: MNMG207A

This unit covers the directing of the crane/hoist operator in the movement of the load including when the load is out of view of the operator.

The ‘dogger’ is the eyes and ears of the crane operator.

Slinging techniques’ means: the exercising of judgement in relation to the suitability, condition and inspection of lifting gear and the method of slinging, by consideration of the nature of the load, its mass, and its centre of gravity.
  • Course duration: 4 days
  • Training outcomes: Dogging Statement of Attainment and WorkSafe High Risk Work Licence
  • Prerequisites: minimum 18 years of age

Unit Information

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Training Centre Course Fees

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Trainee (Min/Max)


Cost p/head#

BCITF Subsidy#*

Dogging (DG)
4 days

On-site Course Fees

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Cost p/head#

Dogging (DG)


3 days


#An additional $76 fee per trainee is charged by WorkSafe WA for a High Risk Work Licence Application
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Combination Course

This course can also be combined with Conduct Basic Rigging Operations resulting in a reduction of the overall duration.

  • Course duration: 4 days
  • Cost: $1200 at Training Centre, $1370 on-site
  • Training Outcome: Statements of Attainment for each course