From welds, seams, hooks and boom to sheaves, mainframe, rigging and hoses, Crane Inspections reviews the parts that employees must focus on to ensure ultimate crane safety.
This comprehensive training educates on the differences and methods behind every part and type of crane inspection: daily, monthly and annual.
- Daily Inspection Process
- Monthly Inspection Process
- Annual Inspection Process
- Inspection and Correction
Crane Inspections explains what employees can expect and lists what they can do in case of a failed inspection. Make sure that your crane is up to scratch with this course, and comply with OSHA standards to prevent the unthinkable!
When push comes to shove, would you wager your life that your crane is properly inspected, up to code and fully ready to handle a job? To stay alive and keep workers safe, you must ensure your crane is ready to do the job – and the best way to do that is with a crane inspection.
- Daily, Monthly, Annual Inspections
- Preparing for Inspection
Before your workers can operate a boomlift safely, they must be proper trained. Boomlifts in construction covers everything they need to know, including the lifting principles, functions and controls lthat are the foundation for safe operating procedures.
Boomlifts in construction demonstrates how to do a pre-use inspection, also referred to as a “walk-around inspection.” this comprehensive training will instruct your operators on how to examine hydraulic hoses and fittings for fluid leaks, and how to inspect the tires to ensure that they are properly inflated. This inspection also includes areas of concern to be addressed when examining your work area.
The essential purpose of boomlifts in construction is to provide boomlift owners, users, operators, lessors and lessees with the crucial knowledge and required skills needed to operate a boomlift safely and without incident.