Oilfield Training Center

Course Details

Mobile Crane Training (Refresher)

Duration:

5

DAYS/HOURS

Aim

On completion of the Mobile Crane Training Course, participants will be able to plan the work, conduct routine checks, set up Mobile Crane, transfer loads, mobile loads, and shut down and secure the Mobile Crane. All personnel attending this program will gain significant and useful skills and will leave with a stronger understanding and appreciation of the requirements and responsibilities of Mobile Crane Operators

Objectives

Course Competency Assessment

Content

  1. Operator Requirements and Responsibilities
  2. Effective Communications Among Lifting Personnel
  3. Proper Use of Hand and Voice Signals
  4. Applicable OSHA Safety Standards
  5. Safe, Effective and Efficient Operating Techniques
  6. Proper Crane Set-up
  7. Evaluating and Applying Site Conditions
  8. Dangers of Power Lines
  9. Equipment Overload, Shock Loading
  10. Supporting Surface Requirements
  11. Load Chart Interpretations and Applications
  12. Lift Planning & Verifying the Weight of the Load
  13. Load Control
  14. Use of Operator Aids
  15. Basic Rigging Principles
  16. Determining Center of Gravity
  17. Sling Selection, Inspection and Sling Angles
  18. Wire Rope Construction and Inspection
  19. Hitch Selection and Applications
  20. Pre-Operation & Post Operation Inspections
  21. Equipment Maintenance
  22. Minimizing the Opportunity for Accidents

Course Format

The course consists of both formal instruction and practical training. The information provided in the classroom is reinforced with hands-on application sessions.

Prerequisites

Equipment Required

Certifications

On successful completion of the course and assessment, delegates will obtain certificate accredited by Road Truck Industry Training Board (RTITB), UK

Designed For

The Mobile Crane Operator Training program is specifically designed to upgrade the existing knowledge and skill levels of experienced operators, trainees, safety personnel, inspectors, maintenance personnel, managers and supervisors.