Crane Institute of America

Mobile Crane Safety Training Course | OSHA Crane Safety Compliance Training

MANAGING CRANE SAFETY
Includes NEW OSHA Regulations!
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2 Days $595

A fast paced program loaded with exercises and workshops designed to enable you to improve crane management back on the job.

You will learn solid, factual and usable information that will enable you to comply with OSHA and Industry standards, prevent accidents, limit your liability exposure and provide maximum job site safety. You will also receive hands-on instruction on our mobile crane simulator.
YOU WILL RECEIVE

* Managing Crane Safety workbook
* Mobile Cranes handbook
* Rigging handbook
* Crane safety reference card
* Rigging safety reference card
* Safety decal
* Hoisting personnel safety reference card
* Applicable OSHA and ASME standards
* Pre-operational inspection checklists
* Annual inspection checklists, load chart worksheets, critical lift plans, hoisting personnel plans, and much more!

Nashville, TN August 3-4, 2010
Orlando, FL September 20-21, 2010
Dallas, TX September 21-22, 2010
Baton Rouge, LA October 19-20, 2010
Orlando, FL September 20-21, 2010
Dallas, TX September 21-22, 2010
Baton Rouge, LA October 19-20, 2010
Orlando, FL November 1-2, 2010
Charlotte, NC November 9-10, 2010
Newark, NJ December 14-15, 2010
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CRANES AND RIGGING COVERED

* Telescoping Boom Cranes
* Lattice Boom Cranes
* Boom Trucks
* Industrial Cranes
* Construction and Industrial Rigging

TOPICS COVERED

* Management’s role in hazard awareness, elimination & mitigation.
* Why Cranes present such great potential accidents.
* How to reduce your liability exposure.
* Understanding how cranes have changed.
* How to interpret load charts.
* Selecting operational aids.
* Inspection requirements and record keeping.
* Setting up an inspection program.
* Management and supervisory responsibilities.
* How to train and certify your crane operators.
* Applying OSHA and ASME standards to your workplace.
* Where we stand on OSHA’s new operator certification requirement.
* Hoisting personnel with cranes.
* The most common unsafe crane and rigging practices.
* Rigging equipment and procedures.
* How to plan a critical lift.