3 Days – 24 hours
Day 1 and Day 2 Include review of the Federal OSHA 1926.1400, ASME
B30.3 Tower Cranes and ASME B30.5 Mobile Cranes, hands on demonstration of Signal Person Animations similar to the NCCCO Practical Exam and review of Sample written exam test questions.
Day 3 includes NCCCO Written Exams and NCCCO Practical Exams.
Typical Class size:
This course covers the topics below and prepares a candidate to understand the communication requirements between the Rigging crew, Crane Operator and associated workers related to lifting and placing loads. The successful candidate will have the basic understanding of where to stand, how to provide a second set of eyes to paint a picture of the load location and where the load will be lifted from and where the load will be set as well as the travel path considerations needed. The successful candidate will gain the basic understanding of crane and rigging related knowledge, such as moving loads (dynamic loading), boom deflection, orientation of operator’s position and directions in which to provide signals. Upon successful completion of the NCCCO Written Exam and Practical Exam the candidate will gain a 5 year NCCCO certification.
Basic Knowledge of Crane Operations
Situational Awareness )Site Specific Considerations)
Safety Standards and Regulations
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