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National Commission, Certification Of Crane Operators

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Crane Inspector Training


NCCCO Mobile Crane Inspector:

    • Class Length: 4 Days
    • Card valid for 5 years
All pricing includes NCCCO fees:
    • Per Person Price: $1,995
Class Outline:
    • Inspector liabilities and accountabilities
    • OSHA & ASME regulations covering inspections
    • Different types of inspections
    • Proper inspection procedures
    • Components to be inspected (wire ropes, sheaves, structural components, etc.)
    • Inspecting lattice boom cranes
    • Recognizing deficiencies
    • Structural areas that are prone to failure due to shock loading
    • How to correctly perform load tests
    • Hands-on training

NCCCO Overhead Crane Inspector:

    • Class Length: 3 Days
    • Card valid for 5 years
All pricing includes NCCCO fees:
    • Customer Price: $1,595.
Class Outline:
    • Inspector liabilities and accountabilities
    • CMAA, ASME, & OSHA regulations regarding overhead crane inspections
    • Different types of inspections
    • Proper inspection procedures
    • Components to be inspected (wire ropes, sheaves, structural components, etc.)
    • Inspecting lattice boom cranes
    • Recognizing deficiencies
    • Structural areas that are prone to failure due to shock loading
    • How to correctly perform load tests
    • Hands-on training

Qualified Monthly Overhead Crane Inspector:

    • Class Length: 1 day.
    • Card valid for 2 years
    • This class does not certify the techs to do annual inspections

The time frame for this training is 1 day and it is designed to train your current technicians
in how to correctly do monthly inspections on overhead cranes. We pay special attention to
the areas of the crane that need to be inspected after the hoist is overloaded or shock
loaded. This class does not certify the techs to do annual inspections. The class does
cover a lot of the information that will help your maintenance personnel spot items that
could cause a crane to have an accident or fail the annual inspection. Each student will
receive a wallet card identifying them as a competent monthly crane inspector after
completing the training and passing the written exam.

Class Outline:
    • Inspector liabilities and accountabilities
    • CMAA, ASME, & OSHA regulations regarding daily & monthly inspections
    • Different types of inspections
    • Proper inspection procedures
    • Components to be inspected (wire ropes, sheaves, structural components, etc.)
    • Inspecting lattice boom cranes
    • Recognizing deficiencies
    • Structural areas that are prone to failure due to shock loading
    • How to correctly perform load tests
    • Hands-on training

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