Crane Operator Classes Surrey - For the supervisors and the operators, new and current, the crane operator training course is suitable for all. Course content includes relevant federal, provincial and state safety regulations. The training's first component includes complete in-class lessons and exam. After that is a customized hands-on session together with practical lessons and assessment.
Course content applies to all categories and types of overhead lifting machines. Specific instruction will concentrate on aspects of crane operation utilized at the trainee's workplace. Upon finishing the course, individuals training will learn how to operate particular overhead lifting devices, attachments and related parts in an efficient and safe way.
The purpose of the operator course is to identify any potentially dangerous habits that an operator could develop when operating an overhead crane. Costly damage to products and equipment can be prevented with right practices. Training lessens the likelihood of a workplace injury or incident taking place.
The course would encompass approximately eight hours of classroom instruction with a couple of hours of on-site, hands-on, customized training. Participants are graded on their knowledge of training material through an assessment of their practical knowledge and written testing. The minimum acceptable score is 80 percent.
The in-class session, the trainee would be taught regarding legislation and guidelines, causes of damages and occurrences, danger awareness, internal responsibility, design principles and basic equipment, capacity ratings/load weight calculations, safe hosting/operating methods, pre-shift equipment checks, equipment applications/rigging, types of hardware, operator/pedestrian safety, hitches and angles, hand signals for slingers and operators, turning/flipping loads safely.
The customized practical training and evaluation session should be pre-scheduled. It would be held at the trainees' facility after completion of the in-class session. The length of this practical training part is an hour or two. Two operators at a time would be trained by the instructor about skills such as planning the lift, proper rigging practices and safe operation.
Upon finishing the in-class instruction and the practical operating instruction and evaluation, the trainee would write an exam. Signed safety rules would be required from each participant. Successful trainees would be provided with individual wallet certificates. A framed wall certificate will be provided to the company.