Safety and Personal Protection Safety Measures:
This outline covers a range of topics that are
contracted upon, as well as individual topics that are
focused on to specifically meet O.S.H.A. Standards and
Safe Work Practices: This covers a range of
topics that can be expanded or contracted upon, as well
as individual topics that can be focused on specifically
to meet O.S.H.A. Standards and the customer’s needs.
The instructor will customize the content accordingly.
National Electrical Code: Highly customized
course covering customer-specific needs, plus NEC
publication history, contents, code making panels and
document usage. Equipment spacing, raceway & conductor
sizing, grounding. Safety stressed throughout.
Rigging: Enhance the expertise of those
associated with rigging. Safety stressed. Fiber & wire
rope, chains, slings, rigging hardware. Rigging
responsibilities and precautions. Determining load
weight, center of gravity. Signaling. Heavy class
participation. 8-16 hrs.
Fall Protection: Safety course designed to
assure proper use of clients systems & equipment.
Selection, installation & inspection of fall arresting &
restraint systems & equipment. Travel restriction,
anchorages, rails, safety blocks, nets, belts, etc.
Individual hands-on training and testing throughout. 8
hours (6-8 attendees maximum)
/ Repair & OSHA Tire Standards : the
purpose of this program is to insure all employees
required to service and maintain tires receive
standardized training prior to attempting to service
or repair any tire. Due to the various types of
wheels and tires in the industry, this program will
address those types of commercial and non-commercial
tires and wheels regulated under federal guidelines.
Inspection: This course is designed to
enhance the technical expertise of maintenance
personnel, technicians, operators, and others who
are tasked or associated with aerial equipment
Crane Operation Qualification: Local/client
input required to format instruction. O.S.H.A.
training compliance. Course stresses responsibility and
safety. Identify possible equipment defects, total
equipment familiarization, safe entry & exit, emergency
escape procedures, hand signals. Time dependent on
attendees, number of different cranes. Trainer training
available. “Basic Rigging” course recommended.