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Crane Training Programs

 

FORKLIFT INSPECTOR & OPERATOR

This is an essential training program for personnel who inspect and operate industrial and/or rough-terrain forklifts. Students will learn OSHA and ANSI inspection requirements, how to properly document inspections and safe operating procedures.

Topics:

  • Types of forklifts, components & terminology
  • Causes & results of forklift accidents
  • Inspector’s role in reducing forklift accidents & liability exposure
  • Setting up a forklift inspection program
  • OSHA & ANSI inspection requirements
  • The three levels of inspection
  • Forklift inspection procedures and techniques
  • Recognizing and understanding the differences between deficiencies & safety hazards
  • The correct way to write inspection reports that provide the proper documentation
  • Inspecting structural components, hooks, operating mechanisms, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical systems, hydraulic cylinders, wire rope, operational aids, and safety devices
  • Structural, mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and safety/liability areas of inspection
  • When to perform a non-destructive crack detection test
  • Pre-operational inspection
  • Forklift setup and recognizing site hazards
  • Safe operating practices & procedures
  • Operator responsibilities
  • Working near power lines and electrical hazards
  • Hand signals
  • Basic rigging procedures

You will receive:

  • Certificate of Training
  • Certified Forklift Driver 

MOBILE CRANE OPERATOR

An excellent program for beginners and experienced operators, It is also a great opportunity for supervisors, safety personnel, and others to experience what it feels like to operate a real crane. The hands-on portion covers the fundamentals of crane operation with emphasis on how to control the load, pre-operational inspection, setup and safety devices.

Topics

  • OSHA & ASME crane standards
  • Causes & results of crane accidents
  • Types of mobile cranes, components & terminology
  • Interpreting load charts correctly
  • Pre-operational inspection
  • Crane setup and recognizing site hazards
  • Safe operating practices & procedures
  • Operator responsibilities
  • Pick & carry operations
  • Safety procedures for boom and jib assembly/disassembly
  • Safety procedures for working cranes near power lines
  • Hand & voice signals
  • Hoisting personnel
  • Basic rigging procedures

You will receive:

  • Certificate of Training
  • Qualified Crane Operator  

AERIAL LIFT INSPECTOR & OPERATOR

Our program is designed for maintenance personnel, construction craftsman, safety managers, and other personnel who work with aerial lifts. The latest OSHA and ANSI standards are thoroughly covered. Inspection checklists are provided, and students learn how to properly document the inspection.

Topics

  • Types of aerial lifts, components & terminology
  • Causes & results of aerial lift accidents
  • Inspector’s role in reducing aerial lift accidents & liability exposure
  • Setting up an aerial lift inspection program
  • OSHA & ANSI inspection requirements
  • The three levels of inspection
  • Aerial lift inspection procedures and techniques
  • Recognizing and understanding the differences between deficiencies & safety hazards
  • The correct way to write inspection reports that provide the proper documentation
  • Inspecting structural components, operating mechanisms, hydraulic and electrical systems, hydraulic cylinders, and safety devices
  • Structural, mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and safety/liability areas of inspection
  • Aerial lift setup and recognizing site hazards
  • Pre-operational inspection
  • Safe operating practices & procedures
  • Operator responsibilities
  • Working near power lines and electrical hazards

You will receive:

  • Aerial Lift Inspector Workbook
  • Aerial Lift Operator Workbook
  • Certificate of Training
RIGGER & SIGNALPERSON

An excellent journeyman-level training program designed to ensure that rigging personnel meets OSHA’s definition of a “qualified rigger”.

Topics

  • Safe use of wire rope, slings, rigging hardware, and chain & lever hoists
  • OSHA & ASME standards
  • Pre-use inspection of wire rope, slings, rigging hardware, and chain & lever hoists
  • Proper use of taglines
  • Rigging practices & procedures
  • Knots used in rigging
  • Hoisting personnel
  • Hand & voice signals
  • Basics of crane operation and limitation

You will receive:

  • Certificate of Training
  • Qualified Rigger/Signalperson Workbook
  • Qualified Crane Operator

OVERHEAD CRANE INSPECTOR, OPERATOR & RIGGER/SIGNALPERSON

Improve overhead crane safety and be better prepared for an OSHA inspection by attending this training program. The latest OSHA and ASME crane standards are thoroughly covered, inspection checklists are provided, and students learn how to properly document the inspection.

Topics

  • Types, components, and terminology
  • Causes and results of overhead crane accidents
  • Inspector’s role in reducing crane accidents and liability
  • Setting up an inspection program
  • OSHA and ASME inspection requirements
  • The three levels of inspection
  • Inspection procedures and techniques
  • Recognizing and understanding the differences between deficiencies and safety hazards
  • The correct way to write inspection reports to provide the proper documentation
  • Inspecting structural components: sheaves, blocks, and hooks, operating mechanisms, hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical systems, hydraulic cylinders, wire rope, operational aids and safety devices
  • Structural, mechanical, electrical, operational and safety/liability areas of inspection
  • Performing load tests
  • Safe operating practices and procedures
  • Hand and voice signals
  • Hoisting personnel
  • Basic rigging procedures

You will receive:

  • Certificate of Training
  • Qualified Crane Operator 

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