Maneuvering large vehicles in project sites can be challenging, even for experienced drivers. That is why it is important to have trained and disciplined banksmen, flagmen, and signalmen providing accurate direction to drivers on the field.
Ensure the safety of your field personnel at project sites with the help of comprehensive signalman and flagman training course programs from the leading training and consultancy firm in the UAE today – the International Training Academy and Consultancy (ITAC).
Why choose our Flagman Training Course at ITAC
The International Training Academy and Consultancy is professional consultancy and training organization that offers comprehensive equipping programs for professionals of various levels and expertise. Our mission is to provide skilled individuals with additional skills that will make them more effective, productive, and efficient at performing their current or future roles. Our programs are designed in accordance to the standards of internationally recognized authorities, such as the Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance and the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health.
This enables us to provide international quality courses that professionals can utilize wherever they are in the world. Our consultants and trainers offer over four decades’ worth of collective industry experience, which allows us to impart practical real-world insight in addition to specialized expertise.
To accommodate working professionals, we have designed banksman training course to be flexible and customizable. Sessions can be held after work hours, in the evening, or during the weekends, whichever suits our clients the most.
Signalman, flagman, and banksman course coverages
Signalman, banksman, and flagman training course programs include, but are not limited to, the following concepts:
Identifying health and safety risks in the field
Project site preparation
Detecting danger areas in the site
Understanding the maneuverability of large vehicles
Proper guidance of vehicles according to standard signals