OSHA Cranes and Derricks in Construction
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The Manager and Supervisor Training Program for the OSHA 1926 Cranes & Derricks in Construction has been developed with the objectives to assist organizations, management and employers achieve and maintain compliance with this comprehensive standard. This standard was released on August 9, 2010 for the construction industry, requirements for operators, riggers, signal persons, spotters, and assembly/disassembly directors to be trained as Qualified or Competent by November 10, 2017.
All personnel attending this three-day program will gain significant and useful information required for safe crane operations. CICB’s objectives are to provide important documentation, dates and interpretations for all participants.
For on-site training at your facilities with your equipment, call us at 800-327-1386 or find out more about on-site Manager and Supervisor Training for OHSA 1926 Cranes & derricks in Construction.
You will benefit from learning about:
- Operator Qualification and/or Certification
- Signal Person Qualification
- Rigging Qualification
- Refresher Training
- Maintenance and Repair Personnel Qualification Requirements
- Assembly/Disassembly of Lattice Boom or Tower Cranes
- Multi-Crane/Derrick Operation
- Working around Power Lines
- Crane Inspections
- Maintenance versus Construction Compliance
- Construction Projects
- Turnarounds, Shutdowns, and Refueling Projects
- Annual Corporate Safety Meetings
- General Industry
- Hiring Contractors
- Final Rule. Significant changes, requirements, and benefits for the new rule.
- Assembly and Disassembly, Subpart CC
- Operator Qualification and Certification, Subpart CC
- Signal Person Qualification, Subpart CC
- Qualified Rigger, Subpart CC
- Frequently Asked Questions
- “Construction” Versus “Maintenance” As It Pertains To the New OSHA Crane Law
- Construction Personnel Training Chart
Copy of Standard 1926.1400