Bucket Truck Safety Training

Bucket Truck Safety Training

This bucket truck safety training and certification is compliant with OSHA standards 1910.67 and 1910.269 as well as ANSI A92.2.

We can provide qualification/evaluation testing for your employees on your equipment in addition to this operator safety course for an additional fee. Qualifications of operators are generally mandated by OSHA in addition to certification. Please ask us for more details.

Material covered in this course:

Bucket truck setup
The mechanics of the bucket truck
Daily inspections
Working near electricity
ANSI and OSHA standards
Proper harness/belt configurations
Emergency procedures
Proper care and maintenance
Suspension trauma

Mobile Elevating Work Platform Operator Safety Training

Mobile Elevating Work Platform Operator Safety Training

This personnel lift operator safety training and certification is compliant with the OSHA standard 1910.67 as well as ANSI A92.22.

Material covered in this course:

MEWP maneuvering
The mechanics of MEWPs
Daily inspections
ANSI and OSHA standards
Safe practices & working near power lines
Proper care and maintenance
Fall protection
Suspension trauma

A qualification form and a sample pre-use inspection form are included in this class.  The employer can do the qualification using the form, or they can request Cranes101 to come do the qualification as a third party.  

Overhead Crane Safety Training

Overhead Crane Safety Training

This overhead crane operator safety training and certification is compliant with the OSHA standard 1910.179 as well as the ASME B30.16 Overhead Underhung and Stationary Hoists and B30.17 Cranes and Monorails (With Underhung Trolley or Bridge).

This overhead crane operator safety training course is a focused operations and safety training for operators.
Certificate is awarded by Cranes 101.

A qualification form is included with the course. Your employer can administer the qualification, or your employer can contact Cranes101 to come do the qualification as a third party.

Material covered in this course:


Overhead crane components
Inspections
Wire Ropes and Rigging
Maintenance and lockout/tagout procedures
Operational safety
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Communication

Rigging

Rigging

A focused operations and safety training for both operators and ground workers. This rigger course material covers the relevant OSHA Subpart CC and Subpart H Standards.

Material covered in this course:

Intro to Hydraulic Theory
Mathematical Calculations
Load Moment Indicator (LMI)
Inspection Parameters
Rigging Component identification/inspection
Wire Rope
Load Charts


Signal Person/Rigger

Signal Person/Rigger

A focused operations and safety training for both operators and ground workers. This signal person/rigger course material covers the relevant OSHA Subpart CC and Subpart H Standards.

Material covered in this course:

Signal person requirements per OSHA 1926.1400
Crane Components and Dynamics
Intro to Hydraulic Theory
Mathematical Calculations
Load Moment Indicator (LMI)
Inspection Parameters
Rigging Component identification/inspection
Wire Rope
Voice/Standard ANSI Hand Signals
Load Charts
Working near power lines

Signal Person
Heather Jacob

Signal Person

A focused operations and safety training for both operators and ground workers. This signal person course material covers the relevant OSHA Subpart CC Standards.

Material covered in this course:

Signal person requirements per OSHA 1926.1400
Crane Components and Dynamics
Loading/Unloading
Voice/Standard ANSI Hand Signals
Suspended Platforms
Working near power lines


Forklift Safety Training
Heather Jacob

Forklift Safety Training

This course covers the forklift safety standards covered under OSHA 29 CFR 1910.178. These standards include the following topics:

Forklift Safety Features
Pretrip Procedures
Traveling
Operating on Grades
Hazards
Lifting Personnel
Working with Loads
Maintenance

A final exam at the end of the course must be passed with an 80 or higher to receive certification. Also, you can print out a qualification form to take to your employer, as well as a sample daily checklist. Together with the certification and the qualification, you will be fully qualified to operate a forklift in your workplace.