Crane operator training for heavy lifting

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Some of heaviest lifting requiring a good mix of precision and reflexes is installing bridge beams – super Ts.

Crane operator training for this type of lifting procedure is long and extensive, often results in years of experience in all fields of lifting – from simple light and close lifts to long radius, high and heavy lifting.

Experience is something that comes with time and it can not be sped up, but it can be slowed right down.

If a crane operator is stuck on same machine for many years, then he is denied gaining experience in all other fields that particular crane doesn’t participate in.

Because of this, proper crane operator training for heavy lifting always includes operating all different cranes in all possible combinations of tasks, so later there is no lack of confidence when it comes to high concentration and high precision lifting.

Installing 90t super T bridge beam

2 thoughts on “Crane operator training for heavy lifting

    • Hi Johno,
      taking time off work is a major problem for many high risk work license applicants. We can help with that but you must be flexible as well. You need to attend minimum requirement for theory side of things so it can be explained to you and you can be shown the right way about getting the necessary knowledge. There are many things that we need to make sure you do know and understand about the cranes. Load charts and outrigger loading pressures need to be explained in detail to every applicant so they can pass the assessment. Once you have most of the theory learning out of the way, you can go back working on the crane. You will have new understanding of the things in the lifting business. Every time you know you will have the crane available to you under the supervision of qualified operator, we will come out and observe your training on the crane, collecting evidence of your training units and elements.
      Once you have gained the needed skills on the practical side of things, we will once again concentrate on finalizing the theory training. Assessment can be arranged in two parts, theory on one day and the practical another.
      This way you can continue working, take minimum time off work, continue earning your living and get assessed on the machine you are most likely to work on.

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