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National Commission - Certification of Crane Operators
The Crane School fully endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and will prepare candidates for the certification examinations.
Phone:  386-668-8887
Fax:  386-624-7789
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Supervisor Crane Safety and Rigging
Supervisor Crane Safety & Rigging Program - 1 Day

Meets and exceeds OSHA course requirements.

Topics covered in this Program:

      Crane safety Pre-course survey.
      Safe operating procedures, OSHA 1926.550, ASME, ANSI.
      Pre-operational inspection and checklist.
      Pick and carry operations.
      Preparing for a critical lift.
      Two or more cranes involved in the same lift.
      Hand signals. Crane signals using radios
      Overhead power line clearance.
      Suspended personnel platforms, OSHA, ANSI, ASME.
      Process of calculating load capacities for different loads.
      Pre-site and equipment inspections.
      Crane inspection requirements pertaining to OSHA, ANSI. ASME
      Identification of Crane types.
      Causes of Crane accidents.
      Crane application - using the correct Crane for the job.
      The principles of stability.
      Structural vs. Stability capacities.
      Quadrants of operation.( lift areas )
      Deductions - what are the effective weights.
      Range diagram, Boom length, Boom angle, and Load radius.
      Parts of line. Determination of capacity.
      Basis for load chart ratings.
      Pre-lift considerations.
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