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Topics Covered In This Course:

  • The importance of knowing the load capacity of the crane and the rigging
  • How the sling angle can affect rigging
  • Safe procedures for lifting, moving, and setting down a load
  • Safe procedures for operating a crane near people
  • The importance of personal protective equipment
Part Number: CT-C-423

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    This course gives workers an overview of the safe operating procedures for moving loads with floor-operated overhead industrial cranes. This course covers the dangers associated with lifting and moving a load with an overhead crane, as well as safe procedures that will avoid those dangers.

    This course is based on relevant standards for overhead crane safety from OSHA, ANSI, and ASME, as well as recognized general industry best practices. Using clear, concise 2D and 3D diagrams and animations, this training covers the following topics:

    The importance of knowing the load capacity of the crane and the rigging How the sling angle can affect rigging Safe procedures for lifting, moving, and setting down a load Safe procedures for operating a crane near people The importance of personal protective equipment

    [website use only] This course can be paired with our Overhead Crane Basics course, which covers basic overhead crane concepts and the common pre-use inspections required at most facilities. [link]

    DVD Requirements:

    DVD-R and progressive playback compatibility required. Check the manual for your player to determine if it supports both DVD-R Media and progressive playback. Playing the DVD on a computer requires a DVD ROM drive and DVD playback software, such as PowerDVD or VLC Media Player (Free).

    DVDs ? Playable media products

    Extremely cost-effective, efficient, and portable Simple, flexible, and reusable format No need for Internet connectivity Playable 24/7 in any U.S. DVD player or computer Cannot be updated electronically with new content Cannot automatically track individual viewing time Requires manual grading and recordkeeping for paper tests