Crane Operator Classes Saskatoon - For the supervisors and the operators, new and current, the crane operator training course is suitable for all. Course content includes applicable state, federal and provincial safety regulations. The training's first component consists of complete in-class instruction and exam. Following that is a customized hands-on session together with practical instruction and evaluation.
Course content applies to all categories and types of overhead lifting devices. Specific instruction will concentrate on aspects of crane operation used at the trainee's workplace. Upon completing the course, individuals training will know how to operate particular overhead lifting machines, attachments and related components efficiently and safely.
The operator course's goal is to first identify and potentially dangerous operator habits which can develop when an individual operates an overhead crane. Costly damage to products and equipment can be avoided with correct practices. Training reduces the chance of a workplace incident or injury occurring.
The length of the course is eight hours of classroom instruction followed by a few hours of on-site, hands-on, customized training. Participants would be graded on their understanding of training material via an assessment of their practical knowledge and written tests. The minimum acceptable score is eighty percent.
The in-class session, the trainee would know regarding legislation and guidelines, causes of occurrences and damages, danger awareness, internal responsibility, design principles and basic equipment, capacity ratings/load weight calculations, pre-shift equipment checks, safe hoisting/operating methods, equipment applications/rigging, types of hardware, operator/pedestrian safety, angles and hitches, hand signals for operators and slingers, flipping/turning loads safely.
The customized practical training and evaluation session should be pre-scheduled. It will be held at the trainees' facility following completion of the in-class session. The length of this practical training component is one to two hours. The instructor would train two operators at a time on skills like safe operation, planning the lift and correct rigging practices.
After finishing both the in-class instruction and the practical training and evaluation, the trainee would be tested via an exam. Each participant would be needed to sign the safety rules. Individual wallet certificates would be given to successful trainees. A framed wall certificate would be provided to the company.