OSHA 2055 - Cranes in Construction

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This course covers the best practices in crane and derrick operation using the OSHA Cranes and Derricks in Construction Rule as a guide. This new course will comprehensively address key hazards related to cranes and derricks on construction worksites, including the four main causes of worker death and injury: electrocution, crushed by parts of the equipment, struck-by the equipment/load, and falls. Participants will learn how crane accidents happen and most importantly how to prevent them.

Students will participate in hazard violation workshops to reinforce concepts of safe crane operation.

Course Objectives upon completion of this courses students will have the ability to:
Describe hazards related to construction crane activities Recognize crane types included in the OSHA standard
Recognize crane types excluded from the OSHA standard
Describe various components of types of cranes including attachments
Describe the lifting principles of construction cranes
Identify the parts of Subpart CC

Course topics include:
    hazards associated with crane assembly and disassembly
    types of cranes
    lifting concepts
    rigging and wire rope
    employee qualifications and training, and
    maintenance, repair, and inspection requirements.


PRICE: $745

price includes

course fee includes: continental breakfast, lunch and student materials

student materials include:
  29 CFR 1926 OSHA Construction Regulations
Resource CD including:videos, pictures & PowerPoint presentations
additional OSHA material