Crane Operator Training
Safety is everyone’s job! & It’s the Law!
This program has been designed to help operators of lifting devices;
- Reduce the risk of injury to people
- Reduce damage to equipment, materials & the environment
- Reduce downtime in your process by
- Recognizing the hazards in your workplace
We use the PEMEP Model for Hazard Recognition:
People · Equipment · Materials · Environment · Process
The content of this training program complies with the competency requirements of the OHSA and the CSA B167-08 for Overhead Travelling Cranes – design, inspections, testing, maintenance and safe operation as well as ISO 9926-1 Cranes – Training of Drivers.
Maximum of 24 participants in a 4-hour session.
- Legislation and competency requirements under the OHSA
- Company policies and procedures
- Types of industrial cranes
- Pre-Use/Shift inspection
- Load limits and capacity
- Safe distances
- Lifting, moving, placing loads
- Standard safe practices
- Controls and basic operation
- Use of chains, slings, spreader bars, grabbers, and other attachments
Unique training & evaluation procedures using a multi-media presentation.
Maximum of 6 participants in a 4-hour session.
Training and Evaluation includes:
- Preoperational inspection; review of; weight, balance, centre of gravity; sling selection; connection (attachments) to load; load and bridge travel; load swing control; spotter’s role and disconnect switch location
- Lifting a load, moving a load, setting a load down and parking the crane
Successful operators are certified as being "competent" to operate specific Industrial Cranes.
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