监管更新

The federal government’s updated safety rule for construction crane operators takes effect Dec. 9. The rule mandates that each crane operator be certified by a third-party evaluator on such skills as lifting loads and working with crews attaching loads and signaling where to leave loads (29 C.F.R. 1926 Subpart CC). While UL’s web-based content can support this update, we recommend contacting the vendor that rented/leased/sold hoisting and lifting equipment (cranes, etc.). These companies can provide or make local recommendations on the equipment-specific information and hands-on practical training needed.

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Crane Operator Safety

About 250,000 people operate cranes daily and have to deal with the risks involved. Individuals may already be aware of the proper operating techniques associated with cranes, but it may sometimes be easy to forget to implement them in their daily routine. This course stresses crane operator safety in the work environment.
$24.95

Crane Hand Signaling I & II (Spanish)

Cranes can be very dangerous when used in an unsafe manner. It is the signal person that provides instructions to the crane operator and it is vital that the crane operator follow the signal person’s instructions. Both of these individuals play an important role in the overall safety of crane operation. This two-part course covers basic skills and knowledge needed to use hand or voice signals to direct the movements of mobile and tower cranes. In addition, guidelines for using voice signals are provided.
$29.95

Crane Operator Safety (Spanish)

About 250,000 people operate cranes daily and have to deal with the risks involved. Individuals may already be aware of the proper operating techniques associated with cranes, but it may sometimes be easy to forget to implement them in their daily routine. This course stresses crane operator safety in the work environment.
$24.95