Crane Safety in Industrial and Construction Environments (2019 Update) Crane Safety in Industrial and Construction Environments (2019 Update)

Industrial Safety Collection by Training Network

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$249.95
V165
2019
4262-DVD-E
16 min

Cranes provide lifting power that can be indispensable for industrial and construction operations. But they can also create serious hazards. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, crane accidents lead to thousands of accidents, injuries and more than 70 fatalities each year. This video reviews the hazards associated with working with cranes, discusses the federal regulations that address these hazards and the policies and procedures that employees should follow to work safely with these machines. Upon completing the course, employees should: understand the hazards that can be associated with using different types of cranes, understand the safety regulations that address these hazards, and know the equipment and safe work practices they should use when working with cranes.

Topics covered also include:

  • Different types of cranes
  • Crane hazards and safety standards
  • Making a crane safety inspection
  • Preparing a boom crane for a lift, lifting, moving and landing a load
  • And more.

 

Associated Regulations: 1910 Subpart B - Adoption and Extension of Established Federal Standards; 1910.12 - Construction work.; 1910 Subpart N - Materials Handling and Storage, 1910.179 - Overhead and gantry cranes.; 1910.180 - Crawler locomotive and truck cranes.

Cranes provide lifting power that can be indispensable for industrial and construction operations. But they can also create serious hazards. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, crane accidents lead to thousands of accidents, injuries and more than 70 fatalities each year. This video reviews the hazards associated with working with cranes, discusses the federal regulations that address these hazards and the policies and procedures that employees should follow to work safely with these machines. Upon completing the course, employees should: understand the hazards that can be associated with using different types of cranes, understand the safety regulations that address these hazards, and know the equipment and safe work practices they should use when working with cranes.

Topics covered also include:

  • Different types of cranes
  • Crane hazards and safety standards
  • Making a crane safety inspection
  • Preparing a boom crane for a lift, lifting, moving and landing a load
  • And more.

 

Associated Regulations: 1910 Subpart B - Adoption and Extension of Established Federal Standards; 1910.12 - Construction work.; 1910 Subpart N - Materials Handling and Storage, 1910.179 - Overhead and gantry cranes.; 1910.180 - Crawler locomotive and truck cranes.

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