The following are the details of our Overhead Crane Safety Training course. The cost is $250.00 per student, with a minimum of six students, and a maximum of ten. The course runs anywhere from 8-10 hours in length, depending on student experience and participation within the class. If extra time is required (I.e.: for students who have never even seen a crane) there is no extra charge.
As far as scheduling goes, the more notice the better, however, we are fairly flexible so if you have a date in mind let us know and we will try our best to accommodate you.
Know safety procedures, regulations and law for the operation of cranes Identify and explain the function of all major crane components Define the minimum requirements of a crane operator
Perform daily checklist and pre-operation inspection Understand the four directives of crane operation Proficient crane operation
Perform spotting of load and make precision lifts Be able to minimize “Load Swing” Explain and practice all recommended hand signals Rigging inspection and rejection criteria Know the basic rigging procedures
Recognize the requirements of crane operators and supervisors Establish if a formal lift plan is necessary to Execute hazard assessment related to crane operation Determine emergency response procedures Follow lockout procedures
If you have any questions or require any additional information, feel free to contact us at any time.