Crane Safety Basics for California

    Crane Safety Basics for California

    Course Overview

    ClickSafety’s Crane Safety Basics for California is an intermediate online course that covers many safety principles involved with different types of tower cranes and mobile cranes. The course includes requirements for all cranes and the specific requirements for rough terrain, truck mounted crawler and tower cranes in California. In addition, this training covers information about the need for and use of load charts, and the inspection requirements for a California operator certification.

    Intended Audience

    California-specific Crane Safety training is designed for construction workers and managers who need to meet the inspection requirements for the California operator certification.

    • California Construction Managers
    • California Construction Supervisors
    • California Construction Workers

    Learning Objectives

    This Cal/OSHA online Crane Safety Basics course covers the safety principles associated with mobile cranes and power cranes, as well as specific requirements for rough terrain, truck mounted crawler and other tower cranes. Throughout this course, several Cal/OSHA safety standards are cited and referenced. This course emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance and control.

    Course Topics

    • Introduction to Crane Safety in California
    • General Requirements
    • General Requirements for All Cranes
    • Types of Cranes
    • Rough Terrain Cranes
    • Boom Type Mobile Cranes
    • Tower Cranes
    • Load Charts
    • Testing and Certifications

    INDUSTRY TERMS

    • California Operator Certification
    • Cal/OSHA Safety Standards
    • Mobile Cranes
    • Tower Cranes

    Features and Benefits

    ClickSafety’s California-specific Crane Safety Basics online course offers safety principles and general requirements for all cranes and specific requirements for several other types of equipment. By taking this course and completing it successfully, you will be able to:

    • Follow the safety rules and procedures
    • Perform inspections, testing, and certifications
    • Properly care for equipment and maintain order
    • Ensure that potentially dangerous equipment operate safely
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    Call: 800.971.1080