Crane Operator Training
The Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) 1998 state that any person operating an Electric Overhead Travelling Crane must be adequately trained.
- Increased operator awareness of safety hazards.
- Crane component function and operator abuses, for eminent failure detection.
- Established procedures and accepted practices for proper lifting and handling.
- Operators achieve a common base of knowledge so that all operators can communicate and understand lifting and slinging concerns as they arise.
- Due diligence is accomplished through Certification of Crane and Hoist Operators.
- Increased revenues by saving on equipment repairs and maintenance.
- Training can be done directly at your facility at your schedule at an attractive price.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- All overhead crane and hoist operators.
- All hoist and crane maintenance personnel.
- Safety program managers.
- Production area managers and Plant managers.
- Experienced Crane operators resulting from a review of skills to eliminate bad habits.
- Receive Certificate of proficiency.
- Be able to identify potential hoist/crane failure before a breakdown occurs.
- Work more efficiently which will make them more productive.