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Overhead Cranes Safety Manual Program

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Overhead Cranes Safety Manual Program

Table of Contents

  1. Training
  2. Personal protective equipment
  3. General conduct of operators
  4. Dos and don’ts
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Description

Overhead Cranes Safety Manual Program

Chapter Section

Training of all operators should include, but not be limited to, the following:

  • Company rules, regulations and procedures.
  • Capacities of equipment and attachments.
  • Purpose, use and limitation of controls.
  • How to make daily checks.
  • The energizing sequences, including pneumatic, hydraulic, and electrical sequences.
  • Start-up and shutdown procedures.
  • Emergency shutdown procedures.
  • General operating procedures.
  • All basic signaling procedures, including verbal, hand and radio signals, where required.
  • Knowledge of accepted guidelines as published by the EOT (Electric Overhead Traveling) crane industry governing bodies as well as local, state and Federal rules and regulations.
  • Practice in operating the assigned equipment through the mechanical functions necessary to perform the required task.
  • Maximum rated capacity of the crane.
  • Best practice and accepted operating procedures.
  • Basic safety guidelines of operating an overhead crane.
  • Dos and Don’ts of operating an overhead crane.
  • How to avoid an accident when operating an overhead crane.
  • What to do should an accident occur.
  • Training of all riggers should include the following:
  • Company rules, regulations and procedures.
  • The requirements of the Code of Federal Regulation; Title 29, Part 1910.179, Overhead and Gantry Cranes
  • The requirements of the Code of Federal Regulation; Title 29, Part 1910.184, Slings.
  • Knowledge of accepted guidelines as published by the EOT (Electric Overhead
  • Traveling) crane industry governing bodies as well as local, state and Federal rules and regulations.
  • Maximum capacity of the crane.
  • Best practice and accepted rigging procedures.
  • Basic safety guidelines for rigging a load.
  • Dos and Don’ts for rigging a load.
  • How to avoid an accident when for rigging a load.
  • What to do should an accident occur.