Mobile Crane Safety in the Propane Industry Program
This program meets the Occupational Safety
and Health Administration's general industry requirements for training a
qualified crane operator, and provides the means to teach operators how to use
cranes safely and effectively. It provides basic information on the safe
operation of articulating and telescopic cranes, the two most common types of
cranes used in the propane industry.
The program includes files for a training manual, a quiz, an instructor guide, a series of Crane
Safety Talk handouts, and a PowerPoint presentation of the program for
classroom instruction. The one-page handouts can be used for safety meetings
and training sessions.
topics covered are:
note that this program may not include all the information needed to pass the
written test part of the third party certification provision of OSHA’s new
crane operator rule which is under its construction standard. And, while OSHA
has extended the deadline for third party certification from 2014 to 2017, it
is still important for crane operators to be trained on how to perform their
job safely. We are still waiting for clarification from OSHA on how that rule
impacts crane operators in the propane industry.
to Crane Equipment
Capacity and Load Charts
and Hand Signals
Power Line Safety
Weather, and Adverse Operating Conditions
a Telescopic Crane
an Articulating Crane
Shut-Down and Stowage
and Transporting Tanks with More than 5% Product
This program is also available in a two disk presentation, with the training video in DVD and all the training documents in a CD that can be ordered by adding item PRC-009410 to your cart.
Product Code: 009410