Overhead and Gantry Crane Safety
Anyone who works with cranes knows not to underestimate the daily risk of collapse, electrical accidents, falls and other serious incidents. The power that makes overhead, gantry and similar cranes so useful also makes them dangerous. By properly maintaining and operating the cranes with which you work, you can protect yourself and your co-workers. Ideal learners are crane operators and their supervisors.
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2. Testing and Inspections
3. Crane Operating Procedures
4. Crane Components and Working Conditions
5. Electrical Equipment and Controllers
- Identify the crane components you need to formally inspect and the frequency at which you need to inspect them.
- Recall safe crane operating procedures.
- Recognize safe and unsafe crane components and working conditions.
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