About our Programs and Courses
Each student will receive a manual for the course being taught, along with other hand – outs. These manuals contain between 100 and 250 pages (depending on the course being taught) of quality illustrated crane safety material, which has been time proven in the classroom or for self study. We incorporate load charts and load chart exercises for the crane(s) you have on your site.
Videos that pertain to the course modules are also shown to the students during the classroom training sessions.
HANDS ON SAFETY TRAINING INCLUDES:
- Hazard Assesment & Visual Pre Start Inspection & Documentation
- Crane Controls
- Crane Operation
- Lift Planning
- Use of Tag Lines
- Giving & Following Crane Hand Signals
- Crane Set Up
- Determining Load Radius
- Performing Proper Rigging for Various Lifts
- Determining Total Load
- Determining Net Capacities
- Crane Operation
- Load Handling
- Multiple Crane Lifts (where applicable)
H.O.S.T. (Hands On Safety Training) will normally comprise 50 to 60% of course duration. It is an effective aid in developing and elevating the skills level of your personnel. Our staff of highly qualified journeyman crane operators/instructors will be able to pass on numerous years of experience and knowledge to your operators, riggers and supervisors.
Testing mechanisms, although optional for our clients, are used in all of our courses. Students will normally undergo pre & post written testing, as well as skills testing for programs that include H.O.S.T. Each participant will be rated and tested.
Railway Specific Programs and Courses
This course covers the regulations, practices, and techniques required to safely sling and rig loads.
Yesterday I completed your training program online. It was mainly as a refresher to an older credential that I had.
I didn’t really know what to expect from an online testing but it was extremely well done – beyond expectation! I had looked at trainign centers here in Ontario but it always came back to the fact that the training is only as good as the person conducting the program. Your program was very well thought out.
Learned (or rather re-learned) a couple of things here and there so it was worht the cost of admission. A couple of occasions I would have liked “Regis” to ask if that is your final answer – LOL
If I was to suggest anything for consideration, it would be that in order to pass the program, 100% has to be obtained on the hand signals….. it is a standard here in Ontario training centers and has a validity to it.
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