CRANE OPERATOR SAFETY TRAINING COURSE OVERVIEW
A crane operator moves and places large and heavy materials vertically and horizontally using specialized equipment. Crane operators usually work with materials such as beams, trusses, excavated earth, and shipping containers and are employed in the construction, mining, or shipping industries. Crane operators usually spend the entire day, including breaks in their cranes, which can be loud and uncomfortable.
Training Course Content
- Roles and responsibilities of personnel involved in crane Operator.
- Basic of Crane Operation Terms and Definition
- Crane Stability and Configuration
- Understanding of Load Chart and Safe Working Load (SWL)
- Hazards and Control Measure during Lifting Operation.
- Selection of Lifting Tackles
- Action during Emergency
- Effect of Centre of Gravity of Load
- Understanding of Rigger Signals
- Effect of Adverse Weather during Lifting Operation
Learning outcomes of Training
- Understanding hazards and control measure of crane operation
- Understanding the associated hazards and risks.
- Understanding the Calculation of SWL from Load chart.
- Understanding of Standards and regulation.
- Knowledge about effect of Centre of gravity of load and Tagline
- Understanding the crane operation near the Overhead power line.
- Understanding the need of safe systems of work
- Documentation required for ensuring that any risk to personnel is minimized.
Who should attend Training
- Crane Operator
- Support staff working at site
- Safety Personnel
- Engineers / Supervisor / Foreman
Benefits of the training
The most important advantage of crane operator training is that it lowers the risk for both the employer and employees working at construction site. The training provides a general knowledge of crane operation, rigging, slinging, signaling, as well as inspection of crane equipment and its accessories. It also covers knowledge on occupational hazards and control measures and understanding of various emergencies situation and action required in these situation.