• Working Around Cranes

  • Working Around Cranes

    When working around cranes operators must have special training to operate heavy equipment in order 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 shows 30 percent of fatal injuries in the construction industry. If you are not seen you’re not safe and stay out from under.

    Common Crane Safety Hazards

    There are three common crane safety hazards every company should be aware of when working around cranes.

    1. Crane making contact with energized power lines accidentally.
    2. Crane capacity overload.
    3. Groundworkers can be struck if poor rigging, maintenance or tie down straps are faulty.

    Other danger when working around cranes

    Identify the crane working zone. When working around overhead crane work, we always should wear our hard hats. Some people just never learn and will ride the hook. Please use the stairs or personnel hoists for transportation.

    Working Around Cranes Overhead

    We prepare crane operators to take the written test and practical evaluation here at AP Crane Training. In addition, we provide others and major companies Nationwide throughout the United States.

    OSHA Latest Standards and Regulations

    We ensure a crane certificate which meets OSHA latest standards and regulations. Our crane school does training for many types of sizes and cranes whether it is certification and off-site or on-site training.

    1926 Cranes and Derricks in Construction

    Subpart CC of OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Cranes and Derricks in Construction standard Relates to cranes and derricks when used in construction activities.

    To get 60 days after February 07 20-19. Companies that neglect to document crane operator certification will not be cited by OSHA. By April 15, 2019, OSHA will start fully enforcing the brand new crane operator certification rule.

    Evaluation Requirements

    Employers are liable for evaluating. Tests should be recorded and made available on the work site and inclu:

    • Operators name
    • Evaluator title and signature
    • Assessment date
    • Build and report the configuration of the equipment

    Crane Certification Renewal

    Crane certification renewal is also known as recertification.

    Get your crane certificate renewed or refresher training classes in the crane industry or construction for small, medium and large cranes.

    Crane Class Schedule and Dates

    See our crane class schedule and dates near your city and state here.

    Contact us today by registering for Re-certification or Calling Us at 888 501-1355.