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Our on-site training courses address industrial crane safety for operators of overhead, bridge and jib cranes where there are 3 or fewer powered operations, the crane is pendant controlled and where the load is clearly visible at all times. It is not designed for High Risk Work (HRW) where a license is required.
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Isolation Switch

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We provide training solutions for operators of overhead, bridge and jib cranes where there are 3 or fewer powered operations, the crane is pendant controlled and where the load is clearly visible at all times. It is not designed for High Risk Work (HRW) where a license is required.
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Course Content

Our on-site crane training courses cover industrial crane safety, crane maintenance and improving productivity. Using practical workshops, group discussions, role-plays and an exam trainers focus on teaching practical skills such as:

  • the do's and don'ts of pre-operational checks and equipment operation
  • identifying and reducing site hazards
  • minimising workplace incidents
  • what to do if something doesn't look, feel or sound right
  • safely operating industrial cranes
  • safe carrying, lifting and moving loads (within rated capacity)
  • incident reporting
  • servicing industrial cranes
  • safe crane maintenance practices.

Session One - Pre-Start/Emergency Shutdown/Start-Up

Participants learn how to safely and successfully complete the following:

  • Conduct pre-operational equipment checks in accordance with your company's operational procedures;
  • Visually check the crane and associated equipment
  • How to minimise workplace incidents
  • Identify, determine and describe the appropriate action to be taken in regards to site hazards
  • Describe the way any issues or problems are reported, and identify the appropriate person(s), prior to operating industrial cranes.

Session Two - Crane Operations

Participants learn how to:

  • Demonstrate the procedure for ensuring the load to be lifted is within the rated capacity of the selected crane
  • Complete a trial lift prior to moving the load and making appropriate adjustments to sling configuration
  • Safely and efficiently hoist, move and lower a load using all relevant crane movements
  • Describe the safety requirements when moving loads
  • Describe the appropriate corrective action to be taken in the event of the crane operating outside the acceptable limits.
  • Importance of appropriately servicing industrial cranes.

For more information about our workshops and training courses, please contact us.

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