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  • AP Crane Training School

    AP Crane Training School assist operators in the US with no experience and with experience offering training and certifying individuals with the correct use of cranes meeting OSHA Standards and requirements. All Purpose Crane Training And Crane Certification All Purpose Crane Training and crane [...]

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    Working Around Cranes

    Crane operators receive special training for operating heavy equipment to remain safe. The crane operator may not see workers. He's concentrating on the movement of his crane position and swing of the load. But those involved working around cranes show 30 percent of fatal injuries in the [...]

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    Overhead Bridge Crane

    All Purpose Crane Training offers hands on overhead bridge crane training and knowledge to become a crane operator. Overhead Crane The overhead crane is also known as a bridge crane, it is a type of crane found in industrial environments. An overhead crane consists of parallel runways with a [...]

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    Truck Mounted Telescopic Boom

    Telescopic Boom Lifts are aerial work platforms with sections that extend telescopically. They are commonly referred to as "Stick Booms." These lifts offer greater horizontal outreach than any other type of aerial platform, allowing you to work in areas with limited access points.

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    Signalperson CFR 1926.1419 (a)

    Subpart CC – Cranes and Derricks in Construction: Signal Person Qualification In 29 CFR 1926.1419 through 1926.1428. Other requirements related to signal persons can be found at 29 CFR 1926.1404, 1926.1430, 1926.1431, and 1926.1441. These provisions are effective November 8, 2010. When is a [...]

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    Articulating Knuckle Booms

    Articulating Knuckle Booms Knuckle Boom Cranes are referred to as Articulating Boom Cranes or Articulated Cranes. The boom on the crane articulates in the center, allowing swift back and forth movement of a load. Knuckle Boom Cranes utilize hydraulic cylinders as the source of their lifting [...]

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    Crane Safety in The Wind

    Safe crane lifting tasks can be adversely affected by climate. They should be more considered both through the planning and execution of a lift. Special initiatives may be required to guarantee sufficient caution has been given to prevent a surprising storm disrupting an increase in progress. In [...]

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    New Flagship Crane For United Crane

    US rental company United Crane and Rigging has taken delivery of a new ‘flagship’ crane, a 350 tonne, six axle Liebherr LTM 1350-6.1 All Terrain. The first job new crane was for Emergent BioSolutions, in Baltimore, the crane lifted 28 large air handlers onto the roof of the company’s new [...]

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    Mobile Crane CFR 1926.1427

    Subpart CC – Cranes and Derricks in Construction: Operator Qualification and Certification This fact sheet explains the operator qualification and certification requirements of subpart CC – Cranes and Derricks in Construction, as specified in 29 CFR 1926.1427. State or local government [...]

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    Eight Crane Danger Signs To Look Out For

    If you work around cranes, you should be on the lookout for the following eight danger signs of improper operation. If you see any of these occurring on a jobsite, immediately inform a supervisor before a catastrophe takes place. Here are things to watch for: Outriggers, crawler tracks, or[...]

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