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MOBILE CRANE OPERATIONS FIXED/SWING CAB LEVEL I

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This module introduces the mobile crane operations trainee to the types of cranes and their varied uses, as well as career opportunities and personal requirements for mobile crane operators. Below you will find a comprehensive overview of this course. If you have any questions, or need further assistance we encourage you to give us a call and speak with one of our certified instructors today.

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$5,995.00 Add to cart

This module introduces the mobile crane operations trainee to the types of cranes and their varied uses, as well as career opportunities and personal requirements for mobile crane operators. Below you will find a comprehensive overview of this course. If you have any questions, or need further assistance we encourage you to give us a call and speak with one of our certified instructors today.

Intro to Prog/Overview & Simulator Intro. 5 hrs

Registration and introduction to crane program and simulator.

21101, Orientation to the Trade. 2.50 hrs

This module introduces the mobile crane operations trainee to the types of cranes and their varied uses, as well as career opportunities and personal requirements for mobile crane operators.

21102, Basic Crane Principles. 4 hrs

This module explains the basic principles of cranes with an in-depth discussion of the terminology and nomenclature. The principles of a fulcrum and lever and center of gravity are explained in relation to crane operations.

21104, Crane Safety. 2 hrs

This module introduces various safety aspects of mobile crane operations. Communications, job site hazards, and personal safety issues are covered.

21305, Hoisting Personnel, 2 hrs

This module provides an in-depth discussion of the ASME B30.23 and 29 CFR 1926.1400(c) requirements while presenting advanced operating techniques for hoisting personnel.

21303, Advanced Op. Techniques. 4 hrs

This module addresses operational techniques beyond simple lifts. These include more advanced lifting operations, such as multiple-crane lifts, critical lifts, bind lifts, and demolition. This module also includes sections on how to use magnet and vacuum lifting devices, and how to operate a mobile crane in extreme weather conditions.

21103, Rigging. 4 hrs

This module introduces the trainee to the fundamentals of rigging, including rigging hardware, wire rope, and the various types of slings and their configurations. It also covers rigging safety, use of tag lines, and load handling for crane operations.

21105, Operating a Crane. 4 hrs

This module describes the basic functions of a crane, including standard startup and shutdown procedures. This module provides the trainee with the opportunity to become familiar with the actual crane and the functions of its controls.

21301, Load Charts. 4 hrs

This module discusses the importance of load charts and charts that apply to different configurations. It includes on-rubber, outrigger, jib, and deduction charts, as well as rage diagrams and operational notes. In addition, parts of line and capacity calculations are covered.

21204, Wire Rope. 4 hrs

This module covers the components of wire rope, wire rope inspections, load-block inspections, sheave inspection, proper installation of wire rope, maintenance guidelines, and end terminations and preparation.

21205, Computer Aids. 4 hrs

This module covers load movement indicators, anti-two-block devices, load indicators, and other operator aids that are installed in cranes. It takes an in-depth look at the input devices associated with these operator aids and the information they provide.

21307, Emergency Procedures. 2 hrs

This module covers accident prevention and investigation, the hazards of power line contact, and various failures that may occur during lifting operations.

21207, Equipment Movement. 2 hrs
This module covers site hazards and restrictions that could hinder on-site crane movement safety considerations involved in crane movement over unleveled ground pick-and-carry operations, and power-line contact. Flotation capacity is also addressed in this module. This module discusses the proper handling, loading, unloading, and securing procedures of mobile cranes and their components. Information is also presented on driver requirements and requirements for securing mobile cranes for transport.

Intro-1, Introduction. 8 hrs

This module introduces the mobile crane operations trainee to the types of cranes and their varied uses, as well as career opportunities and personal requirements for mobile crane operators.

Intro-4, Glossary.

This module explains the basic definitions used in the operations of cranes.

Module 2, Rules and Regulations.

This module introduces various safety aspects of mobile crane operations, rules and regulations.

Module 4, Site Review and Set-Up.

This module covers preventative maintenance and compliance inspections on a crane. The trainee will gain an understanding of the safety considerations, procedures, and equipment/materials required of these inspections.

Module 5, Operations.

This module covers load movement indicators, anti-two-block devices, load indicators, and other operator aids that are installed in cranes. It takes an in-depth look at the input devices associated with these operator aids and the information they provide.

Module 3, Conditions Affecting Operations.

This module describes the basic functions of a crane, including standard startup and shutdown procedures. This module provides the trainee with the opportunity to become familiar with the actual crane and the functions of its controls.

Module 6, Basic Rigging and Wire Rope. 8 hrs

This module introduces the trainee to the fundamentals of rigging, including rigging hardware, wire rope, and the various types of slings and their configurations. It also covers rigging safety, use of tag lines, and load handling for crane operations

Module 7, Maintenance and Inspection.

This module covers preventative maintenance and compliance inspections on a crane. The trainee will gain an understanding of the safety considerations, procedures, and equipment/materials required of these inspections.

Module 8, Load Charts.

This module discusses the importance of load charts and charts that apply to different configurations. It includes on-rubber, outrigger, jib, and deduction charts, as well as rage diagrams and operational notes. In addition, parts of line and capacity calculations are covered.

Module 1, Crane Types.

This module addresses operational techniques beyond simple lifts. These include more advanced lifting operations, such as multiple-crane lifts, critical lifts, blind lifts, and demolition. This module also includes sections on how to use magnet and vacuum lifting devices, and how to operate a mobile crane in extreme weather conditions.