The mission of ICTE is to train and transform young men and women into responsible thinking engineers, technologists and scientists,to motivate them to attain professional excellence and to inspire them to proactively engage themselves for the betterment of the society.Each employee who works in or near the crane, is required to be trained in the hazards associated with and how to recognize “struck by and pinch / crush” hazard areas.Control lines, warning lines, guardrails, or barriers must be erected and maintained in order to mark the boundary of the hazard area and keep untrained individuals outside the area.
Once in the hazard area, an employee is required to notify the operator of their presence any time that they have gone to a location inside the hazard area that may be outside the view of the operator and will no longer be within the view of the operator.The operator shall not rotate the equipment until the employee has indicated that they are in a safe position. No employees are allowed within the fall zone (whether the crane is moving or not) except for employees who meet the falling conditions:They are engaged in hooking, unhooking, guiding, or receiving a load.They are engaged in the initial attachment of the load to a component or structure.They are operating a concrete hopper or bucket.If employees are within the fall zone and are engaged in hooking,unhooking, guiding a load, or the initial attachment of the load, the following conditions must be met:The material being hoisted must be rigged to prevent unintentional displacement.Hooks with self-closing latches or the equivalent must be used.The materials must be rigged by a qualified rigger.The rigging of all equipment shall be performed by a qualified rigger.The qualified rigger shall inspect all rigging equipment prior to each lift, and any equipment found to be worn, damaged, or defective shall be removed from service immediately. Synthetic slings must not be used where the potential for the webbing to be cut exists. Softeners shall be provided where necessary to protect slings, regardless of type, against sharp edges.A qualified signal person must be provided when any of the following conditions exist: The point of operation is not in full view of the operator. When the equipment is traveling, and the view in the direction of travel is obstructed.Whenever the operator or person handling the load determines the site specific safety concerns warrant a signal person.The signal person and the operator must meet prior to the beginning of the operation and discuss and agree upon a method of communication. If hand signals are utilized, both the operator and the signal person must provide documented proof of training of the “Standard Method” of hand signals as can be found in Appendix A of OSHA’s crane standard. If radios or cell phones are used to communicate, they must be tested on-site prior to beginning operations. They must be transmitted through a dedicated channel unless there are multiple cranes and shared communications are required for coordination.Crane rigging safety training course teaches employees the safe way to handle crane rigging and all the hazards associated with using cranes while at work. Cranes are used at many workplaces, across all major industries, to lift and move materials. Crane operators are generally trained and often certified in safe crane operations and inspection. However, many accidents involving cranes are caused by failures of crane rigging and rigging hardware.
Crane Safety & Rigger Course content:
1:Roles and Responsibilities of a Rigger.
3:Estimating Load and Centre of Gravity.
4:Pre-Lift Inspection of Crane and Lifting Gear and Accessories.
5:Become familiar with the different types of cranes and hoists
6:Selection and Use of Rigging Equipment.
7:Rigging Methods and Techniques.
8:Cover the procedures for proper inspection and maintenance
9:Establish the guidelines for proper equipment testing and load rating capacities
10:Outline the proper procedures for crane operators and co-workers
11:Outline regulations for load handling and handling equipment
12:Identifying the Elements of a crane safety plan
13:3 Step Lifting and Lowering Method.
14:Accident Prevention and Emergency Response.
15:Out-door Demonstration and Practice.
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