You know the importance of compliance, but sometimes it's hard to know where to start. That's where the National Safety Council's Crane & Hoist Safety Compliance Training can help. Our safety professionals translate OSHA regulations on overhead and gantry cranes into terms you can use, and show you how to put them into practice.
In just four hours, you'll learn practices and procedures that will keep you in compliance and, best of all, protect your employees.
The Course Covers:
OSHA Overhead and Gantry Cranes Regulation (29 CFR Subpart N 1910.179) and Slings
Regulation (29 CFR Subpart N 1910.184)
Crane and sling terminology
Four types of crane inspections
Safe sling operation procedures
Recordkeeping requirements for slings
The importance of best practices
Course price includes student materials, certificate, continental breakfast, and refreshments.
2 Whitney Rd., Suite 11, Concord, NH 03301
12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
NSC Member Price: $99
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Basic Rigging Principles Parts 1-2
$49.95 per seat* Estimated Time: 63 min CEU: 0.1
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Crane Hand Signaling Parts 1-2
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Crane Operator Safety
$24.95 per seat* Estimated Time: 20 min CEU: 0.0
Rigging is the process of moving heavy load with slings, chains, hoists and other special tools. The equipment used for lifting and moving loads is also called rigging. Cranes can be very dangerous when used in an unsafe manner. It is the signal person that provides instructions to the crane operator and it is vital that the crane operator follow the signal person’s instructions. Both of these individuals play an important role in the overall safety of crane operation. The two-part hand signaling course covers basic skills and knowledge needed to use hand or voice signals to direct the movements of mobile and tower cranes. In addition, guidelines for using voice signals are provided.
Crane Safety and Basic Rigging Training Suite
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Anyone who works with cranes knows not to underestimate the daily risk of collapse, electrical accidents, falls and other serious incidents. The power that makes overhead, gantry and similar cranes so useful also makes them dangerous. By properly maintaining and operating the cranes with which you work, you can protect yourself and your co-workers. Ideal learners are crane operators and their supervisors.
Overhead and Gantry Crane Safety
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REGISTRATION & CANCELLATION POLICY:
Advance registration for this Crane & Hoist course is required. Cancellation and Substitution Policy: Pre-registration and payment are required. If you must cancel a course, please do so at least three (3) business days prior to the course for a full refund. No refunds will be made after three business days prior to the course. This policy will be enforced, so please plan ahead if you need to cancel your attendance. The NSCNNE reserves the right to cancel or re-schedule classes due to insufficient enrollments. In the event of inclement weather, the NSCNNE will follow the same closing & delay schedule as announced by the Concord, NH School District. www.wmur.com/weather/closings