Nationally Accredited CIC Certifications andAuthorized Practical Examiner Training . . . . .2-3Training Programs:  Mobile ...
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  1. 1. Nationally Accredited CIC Certifications andAuthorized Practical Examiner Training . . . . .2-3Training Programs: Mobile Crane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-7, 9 Boom Truck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Tower Crane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Overhead Crane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Rigger/Signalperson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12-13 Aerial Lift . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Forklift . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Train-The-Trainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16Products: Safety Training Videos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17-19 Field Guides/Handbooks/Manuals . . .20-21, 23 Standards & Checklists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Crane & Lift Equipment Models . . . . . . . .24-25 Safety Cards & More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26-29Registration & Product Order Form . . . . . . .30-31
  2. 2. CIC Crane Operator Certifications Written & Practical Exam Dates Crane Institute of America is a CIC-approved test site that administers written and practical exams for mobile crane operators at our Orlando facility on the following dates: Jan.-June 2010 July-Dec. 2010 Written Practical Written Practical January 8 January 9 July 15 July 16 January 14 January 15 August 5 August 6 February 4 February 5 September 17 September 18 March 5 March 6 September 23 September 24 CIC Crane Operator and March 11 March 12 October 8 October 9 April 16 April 17 October 14 October 15 Rigger/Signalperson April 22 April 23 November 5 November 6 Certifications are Accredited May 7 May 8 November 11 November 12 May 13 May 14 December 3 December 4 by NCCA! June 11 June 12 December 9 December 10 June 17 June 18Become a Nationally Accredited To register for CIC Crane OperatorCIC Certified Crane Operator Certification Exams, go online to www.CICcert.com or call (763) 476-4242CIC operator certifications meet state and federal OSHArequirements and will meet the proposed OSHA regulationmandating accredited crane operator certification. Operator Become an Authorizedcertification is offered on the following types of mobile cranes: CIC Practical Examiner for • Telescoping Boom up Mobile Cranes to 21 ton To be authorized as a • Telescoping Boom 21 CIC Mobile Crane to 75 ton Practical Examiner, the • Telescoping Boom over examiner-candidate 75 ton must participate in a • Lattice Boom Carrier CIC Practical Examiner Mounted training session. CIC is • Lattice Boom Crawler offering Practical Mounted Examiner training on:Advantages of CIC Certifications 2010 Practical Examiner Training Dates• Fewer written exams Orlando, FL Jan. 5-7 Orlando, FL July 13-15 Orlando, FL Feb. 9-11 Orlando, FL Aug. 10-12• One practical exam for up to (5) certifications Orlando, FL March 9-11 Orlando, FL Sept. 14-16• Less expensive Orlando, FL April 13-15 Orlando, FL Oct. 12-14• Online or written exams Orlando, FL May 4-6 Orlando, FL Dec. 14-16• Calculators allowed during exams Orlando, FL June 8-10• Test questions relevant to the jobOperator Re-Certification CIC prep training and written and practical exams can also be administered on-site at your facility (see pagesRe-certification is available to operators currently certificated 6 & 7). For more information call (800) 832-2726.through an accredited program. For your convenience written oronline re-certification exams are available at multiple locations invirtually every community nationwide.2 Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com
  3. 3. CIC Rigger/Signalperson CertificationsBecome a Nationally Accredited To register for CIC Rigger/Signalperson Exams, go online to www.CICcert.com or callCIC Certified Rigger/Signalperson (763) 476-4242CIC rigger/signalperson certifications meetstate and federal OSHA requirements and willmeet the proposed OSHA regulation Introductory Pricemandating accredited basicrigger/signalperson. $99Advantages of CIC Certifications• Fewer written exams• One practical exam for two certifications• Less expensive• Online or written exams• Test questions relevant to the jobWritten & Practical Exam Dates CIC prep training and written and practical exams canCrane Institute of America is a CIC-approved test site that adminis- also be administered on-site at your facility (see pageters written and practical exams for rigger/signalpersons at our 12). For more information call (800) 832-2726.Orlando facility. Training: CIC Certification: 2010 Basic Rigger/Signalperson (800) 832-2726 (763) 476-4242 Exam Dates www.craneinstitute.com www.CICcert.com July 20 January 26 February 23 August 24 Coming Soon! March 23 September 14 April 20 October 19 Advanced Rigger and Lift Director accredited certifications are May 18 November 16 currently being developed and will be available in 2010. June 22 December 14 Become a CIC Test SiteCIA’s testing center. CIC operator and rigger/signalperson practical exams are quick and easy to set-up while providing a complete and valid measure- ment of the operator’s and signalperson’s practical skill. For more information call (763) 476-4242 or go online to www.CICcert.com. Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com 3
  4. 4. The Standard in Training Programs MOBILE CRANES • BOOM TRUCKS • OVERHEAD CRANES • GANTRY CRANES & HOISTS MARINE/OFFSHORE CRANES • PEDESTAL CRANES • RIGGING AERIAL LIFTS • FORKLIFTS • TRAIN-THE-TRAINERHands-On Training in Orlando Training at Locations Near YouAt Crane Institute’s 5-acre facility near Orlando, Florida, our Conscientious employers are taking advantage of Crane Institute’sinstructor’s conduct hands-on training on mobile cranes, industrial powerful, time-proven training programs. Our nationally scheduledcranes, boom trucks and rigging equipment. Our hands-on pro- open-enrollment programs are ideal for individuals as well asgrams are excellent for trainees or as a refresher for experienced corporate or government entities desiring training for specificpersonnel. We cover all the bases, from pre-op inspection to setup personnel. Programs are conveniently scheduled at 33 locationsto operation to shutdown. throughout the U.S. For dates, see pages 5-16!Our building block approach to training is unlike any availabletoday. Students move from the classroom to the crane On Site at Your Facilitysimulator to actual operation of equipment, acquiring thepractical skills they’ll need on the job. This “building-block” All of our training programs can be brought directly to your jobtechnique enables students to learn the skills much quicker than site. Each training program is customized to your company’sthrough other methods of training, and with proven results. specific lifting and rigging equipment requirements. Instructors can conduct hands-on training with your equipment at your job site. Call (800) 832-2726 for a cost proposal.Training Benefits • Reduce accident potential FREE! Crane Institute of America • Reduce liability exposure Video DVD with purchase of an on-site • Reduce insurance rates training program! • Boost worker morale • Create an attitude of safety • Comply with OSHA and Industry standards4 Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com
  5. 5. Managing Crane SafetyCERTIFICATE OF TRAINING A fast paced program loaded with exercises and workshops designed toA Certificate of Training suitable for framing is awarded to each enable you to improve crane safety and management back on the job.participant upon successful completion of training program. You will learn solid, factual and usable information that will enable you to comply with OSHA and Industry standards, prevent accidents, limit your liability exposure and provide maximum job site safety. You will also receive hands-on instruction on our mobile crane simulator at Orlando programs. 2 Days $595 CRANES AND RIGGING COVERED • Telescoping Boom Cranes • Lattice Boom Cranes • Boom Trucks • Industrial Cranes • Construction and Industrial Rigging TOPICS COVERED • Management’s role in hazard awareness, elimination & mitigation. • Why Cranes present such potential for accidents. • How to reduce your liability exposure. • Understanding how cranes have changed. • How to interpret load charts. • Selecting operational aids. • Inspection requirements and record keeping. • How to set-up a crane inspection program. • New ASME document on owner, user, supervisor, lift director, and operator responsibilities. • How to train and certify your crane operators. 2010 Schedule • Applying OSHA and ASME standards to your workplace. • Where we stand on OSHA’s new operator certification requirement.Houston, TX Jan. 12-13 Salt Lake City, UT July 13-14 • Hoisting personnel with cranes.Pittsburgh, PA Feb. 2-3 Nashville, TN Aug. 3-4 • The most common unsafe crane and rigging practices.Chicago, IL March 9-10 Orlando, FL Sept. 20-21 • Rigging equipment and procedures.Orlando, FL March 15-16 Dallas, TX Sept. 21-22 • How to plan a critical lift.Birmingham, AL April 13-14 Baton Rouge, LA Oct. 19-20New York City, NY May 11-12 Orlando, FL Nov. 1-2Milwaukee, WI June 15-16 Charlotte, NC Nov. 9-10 YOU WILL RECEIVEOrlando, FL June 21-22 Newark, NJ Dec. 14-15 • Managing Crane Safety workbook • Mobile Cranes handbook • Rigging handbook • Crane safety reference card 22 • Rigging safety reference card • Safety decal • Hoisting personnel safety reference card • Applicable OSHA and ASME standards Years of • Pre-operational inspection checklists Excellence • Annual inspection checklists, load chart worksheets, critical lift plan, hoisting personnel plan, and much more! Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com 5
  6. 6. Mobile Crane Operator TELESCOPING & LATTICE BOOM CRANES • BOOM TRUCKS • INDUSTRIAL CRANES A safety program ideal for operators, supervisors and other personnel who require a thorough Excellent preparation for taking CIC knowledge of mobile crane operation and safety. certification exams and becoming a nationally accredited certified Mobile Crane Operator! 3 Days $895 Free Operator Qualification Certificate! YOU WILL LEARN • Causes & results of mobile crane accidents. • Types, components & terminology of mobile cranes. • How mobile cranes are rated. • How to interpret and use load charts. • Pre-lift considerations. • Set-up and site considerations. • Safe operating practices and procedures. • ASME B30.5 - operator, rigger, and supervisory responsibilities. • How to perform pre-operational inspections. • How to conduct pick & carry operations safely. • How to prepare for a critical lift. • Procedures for boom/jib assembly/disassembly. • Correct hand signals & responsibility of signalpersons. • Procedures for safely working cranes near power lines. • How to comply with OSHA when hoisting personnel with mobile cranes. • Basic rigging procedures: wire rope, slings, hardware, lifting devices, etc. Simulator Training Included with all Orlando Classes 2010 Schedule YOU WILL RECEIVEAnchorage, AK Jan. 5-7 Guam June 7-9 • Mobile Crane Safety workbookOrlando, FL Jan. 11-13 San Antonio, TX June 8-10 • Mobile Cranes handbookLas Vegas, NV Jan. 12-14 Orlando, FL June 14-16Denver, CO Jan. 19-21 Orlando, FL July 12-14 • Rigging handbookPittsburgh, PA Jan. 26-28 Baltimore, MD July 13-15 • Riggers capacity cardOrlando, FL Feb. 1-3 Savannah, GA July 20-22 • Hand signal cardSeattle, WA Feb. 2-4 Kansas City, KS July 27-29 • Safety decalsMinneapolis, MN Feb. 9-11 Charlotte, NC July 27-29 • Certificate of trainingHouston, TX Feb. 16-18 Orlando, FL Aug. 2-4Nashville, TN Feb. 23-25 Milwaukee, WI Aug. 10-12 • Operator qualification card, if applicableChicago IL March 2-4 Philadelphia, PA Aug. 31-Sept. 2Orlando, FL March 8-10 Houston, TX Aug. 31-Sept. 2Charleston, WV March 9-11 Nashville, TN Sept. 14-16St. Louis, MO March 16-18 Orlando, FL Sept. 20-22Phoenix, AZ March 23-25 Columbus, OH Sept. 21-23Sacramento, CA April 6-8 Portland, OR Sept. 28-30Albuquerque, NM April 13-15 Baton Rouge, LA Oct. 5-7Orlando, FL April 19-21 Orlando, FL Oct. 11-13Birmingham, AL April 20-22 Birmingham, AL Oct. 12-14Salt Lake City, UT April 20-22 Orlando, FL Nov. 8-10 An operator qualification certificate is available to those operators whoNewark, NJ April 27-29 Atlanta, GA Nov. 16-18Little Rock, AR May 4-6 meet the physical, written and experience requirements. Buffalo, NY Nov. 30-Dec. 2Orlando, FL May 10-12 Orlando, FL Dec. 6-8Tulsa, OK May 11-13 Dallas, TX Dec. 7-9Honolulu, HI May 25-276 Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com
  7. 7. Mobile Crane Operator, Hands-On TELESCOPING & LATTICE BOOM CRANES • BOOM TRUCKS • INDUSTRIAL CRANES STEP 1 Excellent preparation for taking CIC certification exams and becoming a nationally TECHNICAL accredited certified Mobile Crane Operator! CLASSROOM TRAINING Classroom instruction in the technical aspects of mobile crane operation with Basic Program 4 Days $995 emphasis on safety, load charts, setup and operating practices. STEP 2 Free Operator Qualification Certificate! CRANE 3 Days Classroom SIMULATOR TRAINING 1 Day Hands-On You can begin to apply the Our basic 4-day program is an excellent introduction for beginners or technical information learned occasional operators, and a perfect refresher for experienced operators. in the classroom using our It’s also a great opportunity for supervisors, safety personnel and anyone realistic crane simulator. else who wants to experience what it is like to operate a crane. Learn the principals of actual crane operation in a safe environment without the fear of having an accident. In addition to 3 days of classroom training, this program includes 1 day of intensive hands-on instruction covering the following areas: STEP 3 • Causes & results of mobile crane accidents. HANDS-ON • Types, components & terminology of mobile cranes. TRAINING • How mobile cranes are rated. After satisfactory completion • How to interpret and use load charts. of both classroom and • Pre-lift considerations. simulation training, get behind • Set-up and site considerations. the controls of an actual • Safe operating practices and procedures. crane. Develop and improve • ASME B30.5 - operator, rigger, and supervisory responsibilities. your operating skills in the unique setting of our 5-acre • How to perform pre-operational “hands-on” training site. inspections. • How to conduct pick & carry operations safely. • How to prepare for a critical lift. • Procedures for boom/jib assembly/disassembly. 2010 Schedule • Correct hand signals & responsibility of signalpersons.Orlando, FL Jan. 4-7 Orlando, FL Sept. 13-16 • Procedures for safely workingOrlando, FL March 1-4 Orlando, FL Oct. 4-7 cranes near power lines.Orlando, FL April 12-15 Orlando, FL Nov. 1-4 • How to comply with OSHA whenOrlando, FL May 3-6 Orlando, FL Nov. 29-Dec. 2 hoisting personnel with mobileOrlando, FL June 7-10 cranes. • Basic rigging procedures: wire rope, slings, hardware, lifting devices, etc. An operator qualification certificate is available to those operators who meet the physical, written and experience requirements. Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com 7
  8. 8. Boom Truck Operator, Hands-OnClassroom and hands-on instruction specifically Excellent preparation for taking CICdesigned to train personnel to safely operate a certification exams and becoming a nationallyboom truck. This program offers a qualificationcertificate ensuring that beginners or experienced accredited certified Boom Truck Operator!personnel meet or exceed OSHA and ASMErequirements. 5 Days $1,295HANDS-ON TRAINING Free Operator Qualification Certificate! 3 Days Classroom 2 Days Hands-On YOU WILL LEARN • Causes & results of crane accidents. • Types, components & terminology of boom trucks. • How boom trucks are rated. • How to interpret and use load charts. • Pre-lift considerations. • Set-up and site considerations. • Safe operating practices and procedures. • ASME B30.5 - operator, rigger, and supervisory responsibilities. • How to perform pre-operational inspections. • How to prepare for a critical lift. • Procedures for erecting and stowing jibs. • Correct hand signals & responsibility of signalpersons. • Procedures for safely working boom trucks near power lines. • How to comply with OSHA when hoisting personnel with boom trucks. • Basic rigging procedures: wire rope, slings, hardware, lifting devices, etc. HANDS-ON • Pre-operational inspection • Proper boom truck setup • How to install & reeve load blocks & headache balls • Principles of boom truck operation • How to control load swing • Safety devices & operational aids • How to stow & erect extensions & jibs • Start-up and shutdown YOU WILL RECEIVE 2010 Schedule • Boom Truck Operator workbookOrlando, FL Jan. 18-22 Orlando, FL July 26-30 • Mobile Cranes handbookOrlando, FL April 26-30 Orlando, FL Oct. 18-22 • Rigging handbook • Pre-operational inspection forms • Riggers capacity card • Hand signal card • Safety decalsAn operator qualification certificate is available to • Certificate of trainingthose operators who meet the physical, written and • Operator qualification card, if applicableexperience requirements.8 Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com
  9. 9. Mobile Crane Inspector & Certification TELESCOPING BOOM CRANES • LATTICE BOOM CRANES • BOOM TRUCKS • INDUSTRIAL CRANES (CARRY DECKS) This program enables companies to perform their own in-house crane inspections, which include the OSHA required Monthly and Annual Inspections as 4 Days $995 well as the ASME Periodic Inspections. Inspector Certification $295 Training and certification also ensure that inspectors meet the OSHA and ASME competency Sign up 2, get 3rd tuition free!* and qualification requirements. YOU WILL LEARN • How to inspect your mobile cranes in-house. • How to set up a mobile crane inspection program. • What constitutes a competent and qualified mobile crane inspector. • How to identify individual components. • Understanding and applying the three levels of inspection. • OSHA and ASME mobile crane inspection requirements. • The role of mobile crane inspectors in reducing crane accidents & liability exposure. • How to interpret & apply OSHA & ASME crane safety standards. • Inspection procedures and techniques. • How to recognize immediate and potential hazards. • How to interpret load charts when performing a load test. • How to select the correct rigging equipment when performing a load test. • The correct way to write inspection reports. • When to perform a non-destructive crack detection test. • How to inspect structural components, booms, jibs, gears, drums, sheaves, blocks, hooks, operating mechanisms, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, hydraulic cylinders, wire rope, operational aids, etc. YOU WILL RECEIVE • Mobile Crane Inspector workbook • Rigging handbook • OSHA & ASME standards • Monthly wire rope & hook inspection forms • Periodic & annual inspection forms for boom trucks, lattice and Hands-On Training included telescoping boom cranes in all Orlando Programs! • Sheave gauge 2010 Schedule • Inspection certificate decal • Riggers capacity cardOrlando, FL Jan. 12-15 San Antonio, TX June 15-18Anchorage, AK Jan. 12-15 Guam June 21-24 • Hand signal cardPittsburgh, PA Jan. 19-22 Savannah, GA July 13-16 • Safety decalsLas Vegas, NV Jan. 19-22 Baltimore, MD July 20-23 • Certificate of trainingDenver, CO Jan. 26-29 Kansas City, KS July 20-23Hartford CT Feb. 2-5 Orlando, FL July 27-30 • Inspector certification card, ifSeattle, WA Feb. 9-12 Charlotte, NC Aug. 3-6 applicableOrlando, FL Feb. 16-19 Milwaukee, WI Aug. 17-20Minneapolis, MN Feb. 16-19 Houston, TX Aug. 24-27Houston, TX Feb. 23-26 Nashville, TN Sept. 21-24 INSPECTOR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTSSalt Lake City, UT March 2-5 Columbus, OH Sept. 28-Oct. 1Chicago, IL March 9-12 Portland, OR Oct. 5-8 • Complete a Crane Institute of America Mobile Crane Inspector training program.Charleston, WV March 16-19 Anchorage, AK Oct. 12-15 • Pass a written examination.Phoenix, AZ March 16-19 Philadelphia, PA Oct. 19-22 • Have three (3) years experience working in a capacity of operation,St. Louis, MO March 23-26 Orlando, FL Oct. 26-29Orlando, FL April 13-16 Baton Rouge, LA Oct. 26-29 maintenance, repair, inspection, safety or supervision with telescoping and/orNashville, TN April 20-23 Atlanta, GA Nov. 9-12 lattice boom cranes.Birmingham, AL April 27-30 Seattle, WA Nov. 16-19 A trainee certification is available for personnel who do not meetNewark, NJ May 11-14 Dallas, TX Nov. 30-Dec. 3 inspector experience requirements.Tulsa, OK May 18-21 Buffalo, NY Dec. 7-10Honolulu, HI June 1-4 Orlando, FL Dec. 14-17 *See registration details on page 31. Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com 9
  10. 10. Tower Crane Operator & Inspector Certification SELF-ERECTING • HAMMERHEAD TOWER CRANES • LUFFING TOWER CRANES After completion of this training and certification 4 Days $995 program, operators and inspectors will meet the OSHA and ASME competency and qualification requirements. Also, this program enables companies to perform Operator Certification $95 their own in-house crane inspections, which Inspector Certification $295 include the OSHA required Daily, Monthly and Annual Inspections as well as the ASME Periodic YOU WILL LEARN Inspections. • Causes and results of tower crane accidents. 2010 Schedule • Types, components, and terminology of tower cranes. • Understanding and using rated capacity charts. Orlando, FL Feb . 23-26 Orlando, FL Aug. 31-Sept. 3 Orlando, FL June 29-July 2 • Safe operating practices and procedures. Orlando, FL Nov. 30-Dec. 3 • Operator, rigger and supervisor responsibilities. • Hand signals, radios and other ways to direct the crane operator. • Procedures for safely working tower cranes around power lines. • How to comply with OSHA’s requirements when hoisting personnel. • Basic rigging procedures: wire rope, slings, hardware, lifting devices, etc. • What constitutes a competent and qualified tower crane inspector. • How to inspect your tower cranes in-house. • Understanding and applying the three levels of inspection. • OSHA and ASME tower crane inspection requirements. • The role of tower crane inspectors in reducing crane accidents & liability exposure. • How to interpret & apply OSHA & ASME tower crane standards. • The correct way to write inspection reports. • How to inspect structural components, booms, jibs, gears, drums, sheaves, blocks, hooks, operating mechanisms, electrical system, power plants, braking systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, safety devices and operational aids. YOU WILL RECEIVE • Tower Crane Safety & Inspector workbook • Rigging handbook • OSHA & ASME standardsOPERATOR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS • Periodic & annual inspection• Pass a physical examination. A CDL physical is acceptable. forms• Complete a Crane Institute of America Tower Crane Operator & • Hand signal card Inspector training program. • Riggers capacity card• Pass a written examination. • Sheave gauge• Have a minimum of 2 years operating experience. • Inspection certificate decal • Safety decalsINSPECTOR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS • Certificate of training• Complete a Crane Institute of America Tower Crane Operator • Inspector and operator & Inspector training program. certification card, if applicable• Pass a written examination.• Have 3 years experience working in a capacity of operation, maintenance, repair, inspection, safety or supervision of tower cranes.A trainee certification is available for personnel who donot meet operator/inspector experience requirements. 10 Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com
  11. 11. Overhead Crane Safety & Inspector Certification CAB OPERATED • PENDANT OPERATED • REMOTE CONTROL OPERATEDFor operators, inspectors and other personnel whorequire a thorough knowledge of overhead andgantry cranes, monorail systems and hoists. This 4 Days $995program enables companies to perform their ownin-house crane inspections, which include the OSHA Operator Certification $95required Monthly and Periodic Inspections. Trainingand certification also ensure that operators and Inspector Certification $295inspectors meet the OSHA and ASME competencyand qualification requirements. Sign up 2, get 3rd tuition free!* YOU WILL LEARN • Causes & results of overhead crane accidents. • Types, components and terminology of overhead cranes. • Pre-lift considerations. • Safe operating practices and procedures. • How to give correct hand signals and responsibilities of signal persons. • How to control load swing. • Operator, rigger and supervisor responsibilities. • Rigging: wire rope, slings, chain, rigging hardware, lifting devices, calculating sling loading, determining load weight, safe rigging practices and procedures and how to prepare a lift plan. • How to perform daily, monthly and periodic inspections. • The role of inspectors in reducing overhead crane accidents and liability exposure. • How to recognize immediate and potential hazards. • How to interpret & apply OSHA & ASME overhead crane safety standards. 2010 Schedule • Inspection procedures, techniques & checklists. • Record-keeping requirements and the correct way to write inspection Pittsburgh, PA Jan. 5-8 Detroit, MI June 15-18 reports. Orlando, FL Jan. 26-29 Guam June 16-18 • Selecting the right inspection tools for the job. Anchorage, AK Feb. 9-12 Charleston, WV June 29-July 2 Buffalo, NY Feb. 16-19 Chicago, IL Aug. 10-13 • How to perform overhead crane load tests following ASME procedures. Seattle, WA Feb. 23-26 Louisville, KY Aug. 24-27 • How to select correct rigging when performing a load test. Denver, CO March 2-5 Pittsburgh, PA Sept. 14-17 • How to inspect bridges, end trucks, trolleys, runways, rails, footwalks, Orlando, FL March 16-19 Columbus, OH Oct. 19-22 gears, drums, sheaves, blocks, hooks, operating mechanisms, control Milwaukee, WI May 4-7 Newark, NJ Nov. 2-5 systems, braking systems, hydraulic & pneumatic components, electrical Orlando, FL May 11-14 Dallas, TX Nov. 9-12 equipment, safety devices & operational aids, etc. Newark, NJ May 25-28 Orlando, FL Nov. 16-19 Houston, TX June 8-11 Minneapolis, MN Dec. 14-17 YOU WILL RECEIVEOPERATOR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS • Overhead Crane Safety & • A doctor’s statement for a recent physical examination. Inspector workbook (Applicable to cab operated cranes only.) • Rigging handbook • Complete a Crane Institute of America Overhead Crane Safety • Annual/periodic & monthly & Inspector training program. inspection checklists • Pass a written examination. • Sheave gauge • Have a minimum of 2 years operating experience. • Riggers capacity card INSPECTOR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS • Inspection certificate decal • Complete a Crane Institute of America Overhead Crane Safety • Hand signal card & Inspector training program. • Safety decals • Pass a written examination. • Certificate of training • Have 3 years experience working in a capacity of operation, • Certification card, if applicable maintenance, repair, inspection, safety or supervision with overhead cranes. A trainee certification is available for personnel who do not meet operator/inspector experience requirements. *See registration details on page 31. Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com 11
  12. 12. Rigger/Signalperson An excellent training program for Excellent preparation for taking CIC construction, industrial and maintenance certification exams and becoming a nationally craftsmen who use rigging equipment to accredited certified Rigger/Signalperson! perform their jobs. 2 Days $595 Nationally Accredited CIC Rigger/Signalperson Certification - Introductory Offer $99 YOU WILL LEARN • How to properly use wire rope, chain and synthetic web slings, rigging hardware, and lifting devices. • How to interpret capacity charts for wire rope, slings and rigging hardware when performing proof test. • The three methods used to calculate sling loading. • Safe rigging practices and procedures. • The correct way to give ASME hand signals & voice signals. • ASME responsibilities of signalpersons. • Procedures for safely working cranes near power lines. • How to interpret and comply with OSHA’s steel erection standard. • How to comply with OSHA requirements when hoisting personnel with cranes. • How to perform a pre-use inspection on wire rope, chain and synthetic web slings, hooks, shackles, eye bolts, hoist rings, 2010 Schedule turnbuckles, spreader/lifting beams, load blocks, sheaves, etc. • How to determine the weight of a load. Orlando, FL Jan. 25-26 Orlando, FL July 19-20 Orlando, FL Feb. 22-23 Orlando, FL Aug. 23-24 • How to prepare a lift plan. Orlando, FL March 22-23 Orlando, FL Sept. 13-14 • How to properly use hoists, chain falls and come-alongs. Orlando, FL April 19-20 Orlando, FL Oct. 18-19 Orlando, FL May 17-18 Orlando, FL Nov. 15-16 Orlando, FL June 21-22 Orlando, FL Dec. 13-14 YOU WILL RECEIVE*Rigger/Signalperson & Rigging Equipment Inspector (pg. 13) programs are scheduled on consecutive days so you can attend • Rigging Safety both programs in one week! workbook • Rigging handbook • Rigging safety reference card • Rigger’s capacity card • Overhead crane hand signal card • Sheave gauge • Safety decals Coming Soon! • Certificate of TrainingAdvanced Rigger and Lift Director certifications are • Rigger qualification card,currently being developed and will be available in 2010. if applicable. 12 Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com
  13. 13. Rigging Equipment Inspector & Certification WIRE ROPE • SLINGS • HARDWARE • PROOF TESTING Participants will learn how to inspect all types of rigging equipment in accordance with OSHA 3 Days $795 and ASME requirements. Inspector certification will ensure that the inspector is competent and Inspector Certification $295 qualified. YOU WILL LEARN HANDS-ON TRAINING • How to set up a rigging equipment inspection program. • How to identify individual components of rigging equipment. • The role of rigging equipment inspectors in reducing crane and rigging accidents and liability exposure. • Understanding and applying the three levels of inspection. • How to perform a pre-use, frequent and periodic inspection of rigging equipment. • Inspection procedures and techniques. • The correct way to write inspection reports. • How to perform rated load tests or proof tests. • How to inspect wire rope, chain and synthetic web slings, hooks, shackles, eye bolts, hoist rings, turnbuckles, spreader/lifting beams, load blocks, sheaves, hoists, chain falls and come-alongs. • Hands-on training on the inspection of wire rope, chain and synthetic slings. • Hands-on training on the inspection of rigging hardware. YOU WILL RECEIVE • Rigging Equipment Inspector workbook • Rigging handbook • Periodic/annual inspection forms for wire rope, chain slings, chainfalls and come-alongs • Rigger’s capacity card • Sheave guage • Inspection certificate decal • Safety decals 2010 Schedule • Certificate of training Orlando, FL Jan. 27-29 Orlando, FL July 21-23 • Certification card, if applicable Orlando, FL February 24-26 Orlando, FL Aug. 25-27 Orlando, FL March 24-26 Orlando, FL Sept. 15-17 Orlando, FL April 21-23 Orlando, FL Oct. 20-22 Orlando, FL May 19-21 Orlando, FL Nov. 17-19 Orlando, FL June 23-25 Orlando, FL Dec. 15-17 INSPECTOR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS*Rigger/Signalperson & Rigging Equipment Inspector (pg. 12) programs are scheduled on consecutive days so you can attend • Complete a Crane Institute of America Rigging Equipment Inspector both programs in one week! training program. • Pass a written examination. • Have 2 years experience working in a capacity of operation, maintenance, repair, inspection, safety or supervision with rigging. A trainee certification is available for personnel who do not meet inspector experience requirements. Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com 13
  14. 14. Aerial Lift Safety & Inspector Certification VEHICLE-MOUNTED AERIAL LIFTS • BOOM-SUPPORTED AERIAL LIFTS • SCISSORS LIFTS Designed for maintenance, construction craftsmen and other personnel who require a thorough 3 Days $795 knowledge of aerial lift safety. This training and certification program ensures that operators are Operator Certification $95 qualified and also enables companies to perform their own aerial lift inspections in-house as Inspector Certification $295 required by OSHA and ANSI. YOU WILL LEARN 2010 Schedule • Causes and results of aerial lift accidents. Orlando, FL Feb. 10-12 Orlando, FL Sept. 1-3 • Different types of aerial lifts. Orlando, FL April 7-9 Orlando, FL Dec. 8-10 • Types, components, and terminology of aerial lifts. Orlando, FL July 14-16 • How to interpret and use rated capacity charts. • How to select the right aerial lift for the job. • Pre-use considerations and setup. • Safe operating procedures. • How to recognize immediate and potential hazards. • How to perform a pre-use, monthly and annual inspection. • The aerial lift inspectors role in reducing accidents and liability exposure. • How to interpret and apply OSHA and ANSI aerial lift safety standards. • Inspection procedures, techniques and checklists that work. • Understanding and applying the three levels of aerial lift inspection. • How to comply with OSHA and ANSI recordkeeping requirements. • The correct way to write inspection reports. • When to "tag out" the aerial lift. • Responsibilities of manufacturers, dealers, installers, owners, and users. • How to inspect booms, structural components, gears, operating mechanisms, functions and control systems, power plants, braking systems, attachments, pins and shafts, hydraulic, electric and pneumatic components, emergency safety devices and operator aids, etc. YOU WILL RECEIVE • Aerial Lift Safety & InspectorOPERATOR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS workbook • Rigging handbook• Complete a Crane Institute of America Aerial Lift Safety & Inspector training program. • Aerial Platform Safety Manual• Pass a written examination. • Pre-operational inspection checklists• Have 6 months operating experience with aerial lifts. • Annual/periodic inspection checklists for vehicle-mountedINSPECTOR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS and boom-supported aerial lifts and scissors lifts• Complete a Crane Institute of America Aerial Lift Safety & Inspector training program. • Riggers capacity card• Pass a written examination. • Sheave gauge• Have 2 years experience working in a capacity of • Inspection certificate decal operation, maintenance, repair, inspection, safety or • Safety decals supervision with aerial lifts. • Certificate of training • Certification card, if applicableA trainee certification is available for personnel whodo not meet operator/ inspector experiencerequirements.14 Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com
  15. 15. Forklift Safety & Inspector Certification INDUSTRIAL FORKLIFTS • ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTSMost personnel operating and working aroundforklifts have had little or no quality training. Thistraining program exceeds OSHA’s new training 3 Days $795requirements and enables companies to performtheir own OSHA and ASME daily and annual Operator Certification $95inspections in-house. Inspector Certification $295 YOU WILL LEARN 2010 Schedule • Causes and results of forklift accidents. • Types, components and terminology of forklifts.Orlando, FL Feb. 17-19 Orlando, FL Aug. 11-13 • How to interpret and use rated capacity charts.Orlando, FL April 28-30 Orlando, FL Nov. 3-5 • Safe operating procedures. • How to recognize immediate and potential hazards. • How to comply with OSHA standards when lifting personnel. • How to perform a pre-use inspection. • The role of the inspector in reducing forklift accidents and liability exposure. • How to set up your own forklift inspection program. • How to recognize immediate and potential hazards. • Understanding and applying the three levels of forklift inspection. • How to keep records that comply with OSHA and ITSDF standards. • How to interpret and apply OSHA and ITSDF forklift safety standards. • Selecting the right inspection tools for the job. • Creating a safe site for inspecting forklifts. • Inspection procedures, techniques and checklists. • How to write inspection reports the correct way. • Types, use, and inspection of forklift attachments. • Rigging: slings, chain, rigging hardware, lifting devices, calculating sling loading, determining load weight and safe rigging practices and procedures. YOU WILL RECEIVE • Forklift Safety & InspectorOPERATOR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS workbook • Forklifts handbook• Complete a Crane Institute of America Forklift Safety & Inspector training program. • Rigging handbook• Pass a written examination. • Applicable OSHA and ITSDF standards• Have 1 year operating experience with forklifts. • Pre-operational/annual industrial and rough terrain lift truckINSPECTOR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS inspection checklists • Riggers capacity card• Complete a Crane Institute of America Forklift Safety & Inspector training program. • Inspection certificate decal • Safety decals• Pass a written examination. • Certificate of training• Have 2 years experience working in a capacity of operation, maintenance, repair, inspection, safety or • Certification card, if applicable supervision with forklifts. A trainee certification is available for personnel who do not meet operator/inspector experience requirements. Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com 15
  16. 16. Train-The-Trainer Safety Training Programs MOBILE CRANES • BOOM TRUCKS • OVERHEAD CRANES • RIGGING • AERIAL LIFTS • FORKLIFTSLearn how to conduct the same training programs thathave made Crane Institute the most recognized andsuccessful training company in the business! These Trainer Certification $345 (Classroom only)valuable train-the-trainer programs are developedspecifically for companies desiring to establish orupgrade their in-house training programs. Students who YOU WILL LEARNsuccessfully complete our Train-The-Trainer program may • How adults learnapply for an additional credential as a Certified Trainer. • How to create a learning environment • Be more effective with communication • How to develop & implement a lesson plan • How to develop visual aids & other training materials • Training equipment & operation • Deliver proficient instruction without lectures TECHNICAL TOPICS • Equipment components & terminology • Safe practices & accident prevention • Inspection procedures & record-keeping • Applicable OSHA, ITSDF, ANSI & ASME standards • Load charts & calculating equipment capacities (where applicable) • Also included are topics specific to individual programs & equipment. See p. 5-15 for details. • Hands-On Training in our mobile crane & rigging programs YOU WILL RECEIVE All Programs Receive: • CIA student workbook • Rigging handbook • Pre-operational inspection forms for applicable equipment • Riggers capacity card • Safety decals • Two safety posters • Certificate of training 9-DAY CLASS $2,295 • Discounts on books/materials TRAIN-THE-TRAINER, MOBILE CRANES Mobile Crane and Boom TruckOrlando, FL Feb. 2-12 Orlando, FL Aug. 10-20 Programs:Orlando, FL June 8-18 Orlando, FL Nov. 9-19 • Mobile Cranes handbook • Mobile Crane hand signal card 4-DAY CLASSES $1,395 Overhead Cranes Program: TRAIN-THE-TRAINER, BOOM TRUCKS • Overhead Crane hand signal cardOrlando, FL Jan. 5-8 Orlando, FL Aug. 3-6 Rigging Program:Orlando, FL May 25-28 Orlando, FL Oct. 26-29 • Mobile & Overhead Cranes hand TRAIN-THE-TRAINER, OVERHEAD CRANES signal cardsOrlando, FL Jan. 19-22 Orlando, FL June 29-July 2 Forklifts Program:Orlando, FL April 20-23 Orlando, FL Oct. 5-8 • Forklifts handbook • Hoisting Personnel safety reference TRAIN-THE-TRAINER, RIGGING cardOrlando, FL March 23-26 Orlando, FL Sept. 28-Oct. 1 Aerial Lift Program:Orlando, FL May 18-21 • Aerial Platform Safety Manual • Hoisting Personnel safety reference card TRAIN-THE-TRAINER, AERIAL LIFTS • Fall Protection field guideOrlando, FL March 2-5 Orlando, FL Oct. 12-15Orlando, FL July 20-23 TRAIN-THE-TRAINER, FORKLIFTSOrlando, FL Feb. 23-26 Orlando, FL July 28-31 Student materials available for purchase at discount pricesOrlando, FL May 4-7 Orlando, FL Oct. 13-16 for those who attend our Train-the-Trainer Programs.16 Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com
  17. 17. Special Purchase Safety Training VideosCrane Institute of America offers you Buy 2 or More of the following 7top-of-the-line DVD’s/VHS’s for all DVD’s/VHS’s and SAVE!your training programs, safety meet-ings and refresher programs for mobile Hand Signal Communicationcranes, overhead cranes and rigging. SKU # vid01 dvd01 20 minutes Since the operator is required to respond to signals given by the signal person, they must be correct. This video shows how to effectively and accurately direct the crane using the hand signals required by OSHA and ASME. How to Properly Interpret a Load Chart SKU # vid06 dvd06 25 minutes Now more than ever, the exact limitations of a crane must be known. The viewer is guided step by step in how to find gross capacity, determine capacity deductions, calculate net capacity and determine parts of a line. Also included is a dramatic accident involving a two- crane lift. Overhead Crane Safety SKU # vid07 dvd07 20 minutes Inspection, operating practices, operator qualification requirements and when to lock-out and tag-out overhead cranes are thoroughly covered in this video. It uses a hands-on approach to provide practical safety instruction for those working with and around overhead cranes. Pre-Op Inspection for Lattice Boom Cranes SKU # vid05 dvd05 18 minutes The pre-operational inspection is the cornerstone of all safe crane operations. Using OSHA and ASME as a guide, this video covers the$305 For the first DVD inspection of control functions, operational aids, booms and jibs, wire$255 Each additional DVD rope, and other critical components of lattice boom cranes.$205 Each for All Seven! Pre-Op Inspection for Telescoping Boom Deduct $10.00 for VHS’s Cranes SKU # vid04 dvd04 20 minutes FREE Mobile Cranes Pre-operational inspection is the first job of the day and maybe the most handbook with the important. Following OSHA and ANSI guidelines, this video covers the purchase of one or more inspection of control functions and operational aids, booms, jibs, wire of our crane safety rope, and other critical components of telescoping boom cranes. DVD’s or VHS’s. A $29.95 value! Setup for Safety FREE Rigging handbook with SKU # vid03 dvd03 20 minutes the purchase of one or more More than fifty percent of all mobile crane accidents are attributed to improper of our rigging DVD’s setup. This video covers the important areas of crane setup, which include or VHS’s. site preparation, blocking under outriggers, use of mats for soft surfaces and A $19.95 value! how to level the crane. A highlight is the animated section illustrating how the crane and load weight impose force on the ground. Working Cranes Near Power Lines SKU # vid02 dvd02 30 minutes Starting with the pre-lift meeting, the viewer is taken through the procedures necessary to avoid the lethal results that often occur when Please note our product return policy on p. 31 cranes contact power lines. A personal account of a worker who lost three limbs when his crane contacted a power line will leave the viewer emotionally charged to do the things necessary to avoid contact. Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com 17
  18. 18. Safety Training Videos The Best Videos on Cranes and Rigging! Advanced Tips for Rigging & Lifting SKU # vadrig $195 dvadrig $205 Forklift 2000 Package AVAILABLE IN SPANISH Filmed under the guidance of professional riggers, these tips are the SKU # vfpack: 3 Videos & CD $395 result of years of experience. After a quick review of the basics, this OR 4 CD’s $500 video offers tips on how to estimate the weight and center of gravity for Package Contents: (can be purchased individually) large or odd shaped loads. Topics covered: analyzing loads – the big picture, determining load weight, sling placement, lift points, odd SKU # vfvid - Forklift 2000 Video - 60 min. $245 shaped loads, productivity and safety tips. 26 minutes Engineering principles, auto/forklift differences, load centers, lateral/longitudinal engineering, turnovers/ tipovers, rules & maintenance. Backhoe Loader Pre-Start Inspection SKU # vssm - Site-Specific Modules Video - 60 min. $195 SKU # vbhlpre $195 dvbhlpre $205 dvbhlpreS $205* Covers: carbon monoxide poisoning, electric pallet jacks, battery charging, propane Begin at the beginning. A good daily pre-start inspection helps keep safety, pedestrians - forklifts - walkie stackers. the machine running reliably all day long. And a good inspection means more than pulling the dipstick and kicking the tires. Many SKU # vteop - Training For Exp. Operators Video - 16 min. $125 operators have never been taught what they really need to look for. Updates new engineering principles, technical information of new OSHA standards. This video provides an organized way to check out the machine before putting it to work. 12 minutes *Available in Spanish SKU # cdfwm - CD-ROM Written Materials - $95 Backhoe Loader Safe Operating Techniques Fire Extinguisher Training SKU # vbhlop $195 dvbhlop $205 dvbhlopS $205* SKU # vfext $125 dvfext $205 dvfextS $205* Lots of people can drive a backhoe loader. A few people can This program explains the various classes of fires, different types operate one. This video provides tips on how to operate smoothly of fire extinguishers, the key word PASS, and other tips for and safely in a wide variety of work conditions with several emergency use of fire extinguishers. 17 minutes Available in DVD. different attachments. 16 minutes *Available in Spanish *Available in Spanish Construction Forklift Safety Forklift Operator Training SKU # vcfs $195 dvcfs $205 dvcfsS $205* SKU # vforks $195 dvforks $205 dvforks $205* This program is designed to meet mandatory training requirements Designed for employees responsible for operating forklift for anyone operating forklifts on the job site. Program details equipment in a foundry or other industrial settings. Explains forklift forklift engineering principles, safe operating rules and operator engineering principles, safe operating rules, forklift maintenance, maintenance. Excellent program to improve forklift performance and more. Available in DVD. 16 minutes *Available in Spanish and safety. Available in DVD. 15 minutes *Available in Spanish Crawler Excavator Pre-Start Inspection Handling Structural Steel SKU # vcepre $195 dvcepre $205 SKU # vid08 $195 dvd08 $205 dvd08S $205* Whether you call it the dipper or the stick, the tool or the bucket, Beginning at the steel fabricators shop, this video explains OSHAs the lower or the undercarriage, you need to know what you are new standard "Steel Erection". Also featured are correct techniques really looking for when you do a pre-start inspection. Operators will for maximizing load stability during transport and rigging learn to look for things they never thought could give them trouble. techniques for sorting, shaking out and Christmas treeing, with 10 minutes emphasis on how to rig specific type loads. Additionally, the dangers of improperly chained loads, incorrect load binder use and Crawler Excavator Safe Operating how to safely release binders are graphically shown when a load Techniques spills. 28 minutes *Available in Spanish SKU # vceop $195 dvceop $205 Hand Signals for Construction There are safe operating techniques to use in sewer work, road construction, heavy traffic, clinging to a mountainside, taking down Equipment a bridge at night or working in a scrap operation. A dynamic video SKU # vgu $195 dvgu $205 dvguS $205* produced and narrated by real operators, specifically for other This video shows the SAE hand signals in use with various types operators. 23 minutes of construction equipment in a clear concise manner. Visual use of the hand signals published as SAE J1307, Verbal explanation of Fall Protection the correct use of established hand signals, How the machine SKU # vefpro $195 dvcfpro $205 dvcfproS $205* operator responds to clear signals, The effect of hand signals on safety, Situations where hand signals may be the best form of Even a short fall can cause serious ingury or even death. This communication. 11 minutes *Available in Spanish great training tool covers body harnesses, shock absorbing lanyards, swing effect, rope grabs, retractable lanyards, and more. 21 minutes *Available in Spanish Please note our product return policy on p. 3118 Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com
  19. 19. Safety Training VideosLarge Capacity Forklift Operation – Transporting Construction EquipmentIndoor SKU # vtrailer $295 dvtrailer $305 dvtrailerS $305*SKU # vlcfo $195 dvlcfo $205 New federal regulations in the summer of 2006 affect everyone transporting construction equipment - whether it’s cross country orFilmed indoors and outside at a wood processing plant, this video cross town. Numerous visual examples and easily understoodpromotes safe operating techniques. Even seasoned operators will graphics enhance understanding of complicated regulations.be reminded of the dangers associated with this equipment. Trailer / Aggregate Working Load LImit is explained using easy-to-understandbox car loading, Tail swing / overhead clearances, 8 tips for safe, graphics and real-world examples. 34 minutes.productive operation, Pick up / transport / delivery of large loads. *Available in Spanish19 minutesLarge Capacity Forklift Operation – Trenching And Shoring OperationsLumber Yard SKU # vtsop $195 dvtsop $205 dvtsopS $205*SKU # vflumbe $195 dvdflumbe $205 Meets training requirements for those persons assigned the job of trenching and shoring. Explains the safety rules, requirements, proceduresThis video combines the tips and experiences of real lumber yard and emergency procedures. Available in DVD. 12 minutesoperators with practical safety advice. Real accidents highlighted, *Available in SpanishPedestrian and equipment traffic, Design and operating capabilities,Center of Gravity & safe load transport Night operations & workingon slopes. 23 minutesRigging & Lifting with Mobile Wheel Loader Operating TechniquesConstruction Equipment SKU # vwlop $195 dvwlop $205 dvwlopS $205* Recovering from a slide on a side hill, how to avoid slipping into an openSKU # vrig $195 dvrig $205 dvrigS $205* excavation, safe road travel, trailer transport techniques, undercutting aHydraulic excavators, wheel loaders and rubber-tired backhoes bank, truck loading from stockpiles, loading hoppers, operating near highwere not originally designed to sling load materials. However, they speed traffic or pedestrians, night operations, buried utilities and dozensfrequently are used to lift and handle loads. This video provides other operating situations are covered in this fast-paced video.easy-to-follow information on the correct rigging and handling 21 minutes *Available in Spanishwhen excavation and earthmoving equipment are used to sling andmove loads. 29 minutes *Available in SpanishRigging & Lifting with Small Hydraulic Wheel Loader Walk-Around andCranes IntroductionSKU # vcrnrig $195 dvcrnrig $205 dvcrnrigS $205* SKU # vwalk $195 dvwalk $205This is a very important video for anyone who is involved in rigging This walk-around video shows operators how to look for more thanloads to be lifted. Through the use of simple graphics and on-the- fluid levels and leaks, tells them why and what can go wrong if theyjob demonstrations, the three basic types of hitches and several miss something. Knowing when, how and why to drain the moisturevariations are clearly shown. The effects of sling angles, rigging out of an air tank can help avoid an accident. This is a video full ofhardware, balance points, sling materials and a dozen other solid advice that even the experienced professionals need to see.elements affecting safe rigging are graphically addressed and easily 15 minutesunderstood. 26 minutes *Available in SpanishScaffold Safety Other Titles SKU # Min. PriceSKU # vscaf $99 dvscaf $139 dvscafS $139* Large Capacity Forklift Inspection & Maintenance vlcfim 9:00 $195Training program for anyone working on or near scaffolding. Basic Backhoe Loader Maintenance & Transport vbhlmain 11:00 $195safety rules, operating procedures and how to use scaffolds safelywithout injury. Meets training requirements for scaffold safety. Crawler Excavator Maintenance & Transport vcemain 15:00 $1958 minutes *Available in Spanish Road Crew Safety vcrew 26:00 $195 It Always Happens to the Other Guy vguy 26:00 $195 Seeing Is Believing – Exposing Buried Utilities vsibebu 23:00 $195Sliding Boom (Telescoping) Forklift Lifting the Big Ones (Big Cranes, Big Lifts) vidk01 60:00 $145Operating Techniques Fire Extinguisher Safety* vfexs 5:00 $69SKU # vtfot $195 dvdtfot $205Operators of this equipment are subject to some difficult conditions. *Available in Spanish. All titles available in DVD.From rough terrain and people on the job site to proper hand signals andavoiding power lines, this video is a great summary of ten rules to liveby. Importance of Load Charts, Center of Gravity-avoiding tip overs,Roading the forklift and hills, Steering options and leveling the load. Please note our product return policy on p. 31 Crane Institute of America • 800 832-2726 • www.craneinstitute.com 19

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