29CFR 1926 OSHA Crane & Derricks Certification
Crane operator classes prepare students for both the written and practical exams required for certification. When you need crane operator classes, The Detroit Training Center is a one-stop shop. We provide prep classes and exams for certification that meets OSHA requirements and ASME. We offer both the written and the practical exams, so you will not have to find two providers – DTC does it all.
Qualified Overhead Crane Operator
This class is designed to meet the needs for Qualified Overhead Crane Operator under MIOSHA Part 18.
The class is designed to provide the employee with the skill and knowledge to operate the overhead crane safely
- Control Functions
- Safe Operating Practices
- Daily Inspections
- Hand Signals
The class is set up for 8 hours of Training and Testing.
Rigging training is an advanced program that is customized to make your crews proficient on the equipment your company utilizes by offering:
- Estimation of Weights
- Sling Angles
- Center of Gravity
- Wire Rope
- Slings and Their Uses
- Mechanical Advantage
- Rigging Attachments
- Eye Bolts
- ACRA Handbook for Riggers
Mobile Crane Operator Certification
Our training for crane operator certification under OSHA law 29 CFR 1926.1400, includes 28 hours of classroom training on the new OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1400 requirements for operators.
Subjects to be covered include:
- Rules and Regulations
- Site Review and Set-up
- Basic Rigging and Wire Rope
- Maintenance and Inspection
- Load Charts
This is a class for Operators who need to be certified under the new regulations. It is not designed for new Operators. Testing is available.
- 32 Hours of Classroom Training
- One Written Test
- One Professional Crane Operator’s Book
- One Practical exam