OSHA 29 CFR 1910.180
This course trains delegates about types of truck cranes, boom trucks, and basic maintenance and inspections used.
Participants will learn how to use rigging hardware, slings, signaling responsibilities, communication, and voice commands.
- Common errors that cause most crane and rigging accidents
- Safe work practices for working with and around cranes and explain why each is important
- Identify at least six different types of cranes
- Using scenarios involving cranes working near high voltage lines, give the minimum clearance between the crane and lines based on OSHA standards
- Define the regulations that must be followed, and work practices that must be used, when using cranes.
- Safe work practices related to rigging and hoisting
- What warrants the use of a signal person?
- Responsibilities of a signal person
- Describe the two methods of communicating with an operator.
- Describe two essential practices a signal person should do before signaling and the importance of each.
- With the commands for hand signals available, correctly perform at least 15 crane hand signals
The employer shall ensure that each employee is evaluated to confirm that he/she understands the information provided in the training.
SELA Safety Council, LLC. training conforms to OSHA CBT Training standards and ANSI Z490.1. Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health and Environmental Training. SELA Safety Council, LLC. follows all ANSI training criteria.
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Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT)
Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) refers to training that is delivered in a virtual or simulated environment, or when instructor and learner are in separate locations. Virtual instruction environments are designed to simulate the traditional classroom or learning experience.