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Offshore Crane Operation (Level One)

Aims:

The course is designed to Provide a theoretical basis for offshore crane operator or operation who require to gain industry standard qualification to be accepted to operate.

Objectives:

The trainee will understanding all theoretical basis of crane operator jop and duties, how to handling the work in various weather condition, operational control.  And will gain driving ability and attitude Toward safe operation (restricted ability), under supervision of main installation crane operation.

Contents:

  • General crane operating conditions.
  • Permit to work in normal and various weather states.
  • Operations in darkness.
  • Banksman, hand signals, radio procedures.
  • Blind lifts.
  • Crane safety equipment.
  • Crane driver responsibilities.
  • Crane equipments and function.
  • Housekeeping and maintenance routines.
  • Log book and records.
  • Vicinity and pre- use cheeks.
  • Pre- start procedures.
  • Load/ radius limits, Automatic swell Compensation.
  • Safe work.
  • Emergency procedures and shutdown procedures.
  • Associated lifting gear.
  • Safe and efficient moving of plant and machinery on the offshore installation. 
  • Operator maintenance procedures

Who Should Attend:

              Novice crane operators and newcomers to this job

Duration:

             10 days. (Two week) 

 

 

 

 

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