Overhead Crane Maintenance and Inspection Training

This training course could prove to be one of your best investments. It will provide these benefits…and more.

  • Improve plant safety by increasing employee knowledge.
  • Help your company comply with OSHA safety requirements, inspection and reporting.
  • Reduction in equipment breakdowns and costly downtime.
  • Reduce your company’s legal liabilities by providing training to all overhead crane maintenance and inspection personnel.
  • Training produces income, not expenses.
  • Lower insurance premiums are possible.

Who Should attend?

  • All overhead hoist and crane operator supervisors
  • All hoist and crane maintenance and inspection personnel
  • Safety program managers
  • Production area managers
  • Plant managers
  • All personnel involved with the purchase of new equipment and services

Course Session Includes:

  • Classroom training 
  • 250-page training manuals covering hoists, cranes, slings and below-the-hook devices
  • 100 pages of OSHA codes/inspection form manuals
  • Troubleshooting guides
  • Evaluation of 100+ sample parts
  • Stainless steel gauges
  • Question and answer period
  • Written testing
  • Certification certificates, cards and decals
  • Hands-on training available

Topics Covered

  • Proper crane terminology
  • Maintenance terminology and components
  • OSHA daily overhead hoist and crane operator inspection requirements
  • Frequent and periodic inspection guidelines
  • Proper OSHA required record keeping and documentation
  • OSHA safety requirements when working on a hoist or crane
  • Proper crane operation
  • Proper sling use and inspection
  • Proper use of below-the-hook devices and inspection
  • Specialized Lock Out-Tag Out procedures for overhead hoists and cranes
  • Proper use of inspection tools

Session Cost

The cost will vary depending on location, length and the number of attendees.
Session costs are tax-deductible. All expenses of continuing education (including registration fees, travel, meals and lodging) taken to maintain and improve professional skills are tax deductible, according the Treasury Regulation 1.162-5 Coughlin vs. Commissioner, 203F2d307.

Session locations

  • At any of your facilities in the USA or at our facilities.