Posted: 20 Nov '14
Load management can be an extremely dangerous environment, especially if there are workers that are not properly trained in slinging and rigging procedures. As a crane operator it is your responsibility to make sure that everything is properly secured before it is hoisted; otherwise you will be responsible for any injuries that may occur as a result of your negligence.
By enrolling MI Safety’s Crane Safe Slinging and Rigging safety training, Edmonton crane operators will learn one of the most crucial lessons to ensuring safety: do not transport anything until you are satisfied that it is adequately secured. If the load is not correctly fastened and slung to the crane, the entire operation must be stopped and correctly re-slung.
In addition to the responsibilities of the crane operator you will also learn a valuable wealth of information including the equipment that is commonly used in slinging and rigging, how to use them, and when to use them. Specific topics that will be covered in the course also include load weights, fibre ropes, hardware, and crane operations.
If you are a crane operator who is interested in load management safety training courses, Edmonton’s MI Safety offers a slinging and rigging course that may save the lives of everybody on your worksite. To learn more, visit http://misafety.ca/pages/safe-slinging-and-rigging or call the office at 780 987 3465.REQUEST INFO ON OUR COURSES