Vehicle Recovery Training IVR




VR30 Compound & Yard Supervisor (Vehicle Recovery)

VR30 aims to ensure companies maintain their 'Duty of care' by training their compound management team to identify good and bad practices of recovery technicians and identify different types of recovery and arcillary equipment to move cars and commercial vehicles.

The course will also cover the management of vehicles required for Police or forensic examination.



Course Aims


  • To understand how to identify the Health and Safety requirements when using ancillary recovery equipment.

  • To understand what PAS 43 is and and why it is required.

  • To understand casualty vehicle types, including electric vehicles and the safety issues involved.

  • To understand the means by which a casualty vehicle can be removed and the equipment used.

  • To understand the safety requirements when using a Lorry Loader in the compound.

  • To understand what the required Banksman signals are.

  • To understand the requirements their own site policies and procedures.

  • To understand what a 'near miss' is.

  • To understand how injuries can occur.

  • To understand how to avoid damage to vehicles within the compound.

  • To understand why winching resistance calculations are important.

  • To understand the issues of visitors within a compound.

  • To understand the issues of vehicles required for forensic or Police examination.

  • To understand typical documentation required for the correct administration of a vehicle recovery compound.



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