CRANE & RIGGING OPERATOR SAFETY TRAINING

This course provides students a basic knowledge of crane & rigging operation, maintenance and safety techniques as well as sling and rigging inspections and techniques. It will also cover relevant federal and provincial legislative requirements applicable to the workplace:
 
  • Understanding safety regulations: federal, provincial and company in addition to employer, superintendent and co-worker responsibilities
  • Types of cranes: straight boom, articulating boom, truck mounted and overhead bridge crane
  • Components and functions: boom, mast, controller, trolley, hoist, visual inspection, sling configuration and working load limits
  • Operating safely: pre-operating inspection, hydraulic safety, hazard identification, work zone safety and setting up, leveling and soil stability
  • Operating procedures: tag line use, shock loading and handling effects and hand signals
  • Slings and riggings: inspections, rigging methods and sling angles

Cervus Equipment Operator Safety Training Centers are located in Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Red Deer and Fort McMurray, Alberta; Regina and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; and Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Download our Training Schedule for November 2018
 

COURSE OPTIONS

IN-CLASS CRANE & RIGGING TRAINING

The in-class training program offers a morning classroom session focused on theory. This is followed by an afternoon session for hands-on practical training and ends with an evaluation session on the same day. 

Benefits:

  • Classroom environment for better understanding
  • Certified in a day; depending on skillset
  • Instructor available to answer questions

ON-SITE CRANE & RIGGING TRAINING

For convenience, our certified trainers can train YOUR operators on YOUR equipment at YOUR facility. On-site training begins with a morning session of classroom theory and a written examination followed by an afternoon of practical hands-on training.

Benefits:

  • Employees are trained on-site reducing travel cost and time
  • Multiple employees can be trained together in your work environment
  • Employees get trained on the equipment they use on a daily basis