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Service Crane Company has partnered with CraneWerks University to offer you a number of valuable overhead crane training classes that can help your company. Make sure that you are keeping up to code, safe from everyday obstacles, and prolonging the life of your equipment through proper use. If you would like to improve safety and equipment reality, contact us at Service Crane now to find out more about our operator training class. We can help train you and your employees the correct way to operate your overhead bridge crane and hoist.

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Overhead Crane Inspector Training

Next full training course: April 17-19, 2024

Recertification Training Course: April 17, 2024

In our semi-annual overhead crane inspector training course, we provide detailed information on inspecting top running and underhung cranes, monorails, electric, pneumatic, hand chain and lever hoists.

*Offered twice a year, in the Spring and again in the Fall.

After this course, students will be able to:

  • Evaluate deficiencies and spot safety issues
  • Interpret:
    • Federal Regulations
    • National Standards
    • Crane and Hoist Specifications

Students will be provided with:

  • A 280-page workbook filled with photos, charts and references to relevant standards for every inspection item discussed.
  • A course completion certificate upon completion

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Operator Training

We provide this Operator Training course so you can improve safety and ensure regulation compliance.

*Offered as a private course for your team, contact us for scheduling.

Register below or contact us for more information!

Train the Trainer

Next training course: April 15-16, 2024

With our Train the Trainer course, you’ll gain the certification to be able to teach others how to operate cranes. In this hands-on course, you will learn best practices for instructing trainees in safety, maintenance, and operations.

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