OVERHEAD CRANE TRAINING
This Overhead Crane Training online course explains the different types of overhead cranes and lifting devices, safety inspections, safe operations and hazard avoidance. Upon successful completion of this online course, a certificate of completion will be available to download and print.Buy Now
Overhead Crane Training
- Demonstrate different types of Overhead Cranes
- Crane hazard awareness
- Crane inspections and Inspection Checklists
- Crane load tests
- Crane structure and components
- Emergency shut off and suspended controls
- Electrical systems
- Different warning labels
- Safe crane operations
- Rigging hardware and practices
Approximately 90 minutes
Testing conducted throughout this Overhead Crane Training online course is designed to reinforce the information presented. A mark of 80% must be achieved to receive a certificate of completion. Participants are able to repeat the course two additional times if the pass mark of 80% is not achieved.
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
Upon successful completion of this online course, a certificate of completion will be available to download and print.
General Safety Tips for Overhead Crane Training:
Before you move a load
- Make sure that all loose parts, blocking and packing are removed from the load before any lifting begins.
- Remove the slack from the sling and hoisting ropes before lifting any load.
- Ensure the lifting device is seated in the saddle of the hook.
- Confirm the load is not heavier that the maximum load capacity of the crane.
Moving loads safely
- Crane controls should move smoothly with no abrupt or sudden movements of the load.
- Only follow signals from the slinger in charge of the lift except a stop signal.
- Confirm all people are away from the load before hoisting.
- Always sound a bell, siren or other warning device and start to hoist slowly.
- Make sure nothing catches on the load while raising or traveling.
- Keep the load under control when lowering a load.
Before leaving the crane
- Remove any load that may be hanging on crane hooks.
- Raise any hooks to a mid height position.
- Place the crane at its designated location.
- Prior to closing down the main switch ensure all controllers are in the ‘off’ position.
What to avoid
- Never operate a crane if the limit switches are out of order or if cables show defects.
- Never lower the blocks below the point where less than two full wraps of cable remain on the drum.
- Never attempt to lift loads beyond the rated load capacity of a crane.
- Always centre the crane directly over the load before hoisting.
- Never allow anyone to ride on a load or hooks.
- Never leave slings hanging loosely from the load hook. Ensure sling hooks are placed on the sling ring when carrying slings to the load.
- Never raise loads higher than required to clear objects.
- Never carry a load over the top of workers.
- Never reverse the motor until the crane is at a complete except to avoid an accident.
- Never leave a suspended load unattended.
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