Check out these key operator guidelines for overhead hoists and cranes, presented by Peter Cooke of National Rigging and Crane Training, LLC. As part of our seminar series, Peter reviewed the steps hoists and crane operators are required to take before becoming designated personnel to operate such machinery. In his presentation, he outlines OSHA requirements, ASME requirements, the difference between being “qualified” and “certified” and the responsibilities of both crane operators and their employers. To dive deeper into operator guidelines, you may view the full seminar given by Peter in the video below. We’re proud to bring ongoing education opportunities to our partners and customers alike.
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