Crane and Rigging Awareness for Supervisors and Engineers

Crane Awareness Training for Engineers and Managers

Crane and Rigging Awareness for Supervisors and Engineers is intended for construction engineers, supervisors, and owners that need to learn about crane safety on construction sites and how to develop comprehensive crane safety plans that are both safety program compliant and project specific. The goal of this training is to raise awareness of engineer’s and management’s roles, responsibilities, and influence with regard to safety on the construction worksite – including crane safety.

Course Length

8 hours of classroom

Locations

No scheduled classes at this time.

For Onsite Class

Call (941) 730-6576

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the elements of a site-specific crane safety plan
  • Recommend best practices regarding management roles and responsibilites for crane safety on construction sites – from owner to subcontractor
  • Become familiar with the different types of cranes
  • Cover hazards associated with crane operation and explain how the crane safety plan will minimize the risk of crane accidents
  • Explore current regulations, standards and certification programs

Crane Rigging Awareness Course Material

Our Crane Rigging Awareness Training covers the following topics:

  • Types of cranes used in construction
  • Establishing a Crane Safety and Lifting Program
  • Rules and Regulations
  • Site prep and ground conditions
  • Assembly and disassembly of cranes and responsibility of the A/D director
  • Crane load charts
  • Crane inspections
  • Responsibility of the rigger and crane operator
  • Rigging fundamentals
  • Crane signaling – hand, voice and audible
  • Power line awareness
  • Lift planning