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Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 11:26am On Aug 15, 2018
EQUILOG TRAINING CENTRE in partnership with HARDHAT Training USA, presents Professional Crane training program (OSHA) accredited.

Research has proven that it is now easier to enter into the Construction and Oil & Gas industry via your Skill proficiency than your certificate..

Join an industry booming with opportunity for career advancement and put an end to unemployment!
TRAINING provides comprehensive private onsite crane training to customers and will work with you to develop customized training on your equipment and deliver it onsite where operators can practice with the equipment they will use each day.

Training Will:

Give the student the knowledge and skills to effectively and safely operate a self erecting tower crane.

Give the student the knowledge and skills to successfully pass the motorized and crawler crane, written and practical exams administered by Occupation safety & health
Administration (OSHA).

Give the student the knowledge and skills needed to become employed as a professional crane operator.

Subjects & Objectives:

TERMS and DEFINITIONS:

Student will learn the different terms and definitions that apply to self erecting tower crane safety and operation.

EQUIPMENT COMPONENTS: Student will learn the different components that apply to a self erecting tower crane safety and operation.

PRE-OPERATIONAL INSPECTION: Student will learn the process for a pre-operational inspection of a self erecting tower crane.

SITE PREPARATION: Student will learn the process of preparing a site for a self erecting tower crane operation.

MACHINE SETUP: Student will learn the process of setting up a self erecting tower crane to begin operation.

LIFTING LOADS / LOAD CHARTS: Student will learn the process of reading load charts for a self erecting tower crane and the process of lifting a load with a self
motorized and crawler crane.

OVERHEAD UTILITY HAZARDS: Student will learn the different overhead utility hazards when operating a self erecting tower crane and what the procedures are for working around them.

Safety is the top priority for EQUILOG. We provide extensive specialized training and instruction not only for our technicians and inspectors, but also for your service staff and crane operators.

Participants will learn local requirement for crane operation and topics may cover:

* The function of all major crane components and assemblies
* Minimum qualifications and requirements for a crane operator
* Daily crane inspection procedure required by local governing bodies
* Four rules of safe and proficient crane operation
* Precise spotting of loads and making precision lifts
* Proper techniques to minimize load swing
* Recommended hand signals
* Basic rigging procedures to attach the load to the hook

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Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 11:48am On Aug 16, 2018
Understanding Crane hazard in lifting operation!

10 Steps to Prevent Crane Accident

Human error is the most common cause of crane accidents. This extends to both crane operators and those workers responsible for maintenance and safety procedures. Accidents often occur when crane maintenance and operating procedures don’t keep up with the increasing risks and demands placed on the crane.
Many accidents result from a breakdown in communication between the project manager, site supervisor, the operator and the workers on the ground. Accidents also occur when workers fail to follow safe work practices and procedures.
While a crane may appear to be a simple device, its operation involves complex physics. You don’t need to be an engineer to operate cranes safely, but everyone involved with their operation should be aware of and follow some basic steps for safe operation. Here are the steps I recommend:
1. Complete an Inspection. Verifying that the crane has received its annual inspection is only the first required step. It’s critical to check the operating functions daily to ensure
all components are working properly. Experienced and inexperienced operators are often surprised to discover they may have inadvertently pushed the crane beyond its limits and damaged key components of the crane that could lead to failure.
2. Always complete a Field Level Hazard Assessment. A Field Level Hazard Assessment is the process where you: Identify site & job specific hazards, Evaluate the risk associated with the hazards identified, and Eliminate or control the hazards prior to and during the work task.
3. Complete a plan. Each lift is different from another, and it’s important to review all hazards, the load weight capacities, integrity of the equipment, the possible effect of
wind, and other factors. The operator, riggers, and other workers involved with the lift must be part of that planning process.
4. Communicate the Plan.
The purpose of a “Tool Box” or “Tailgate” meeting is to:
· Communicate – Hazards & Controls for the site specific task
· Communicate – Safe Work Practices & Procedures to be followed
· Communicate – The Plan to successfully complete the task
· Communicate – Assign clear roles & responsibilities to the ground crew
· Communicate – Agree to the plan and sign off on the plan
5. Follow the Plan. Far too often accidents occur when the agreed upon plan is not followed or enforced.
6. Know your Ground Conditions. The most powerful, carefully rigged crane is only as strong and stable as the surface upon which it stands. You need to know the
classification for the soil or other material under the crane, and adjust your setup and load limits accordingly. While many cranes are equipped with outriggers, extending them doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ve provided a stable surface. It’s important to know the load weight and how that is affected by the conditions of your jobsite. The crane’s load chart can help you determine whether your lift will be safe.
7. Know your Radius. The counterweight and boom travel within a specific arc is called the swing radius. It’s important to ensure that the area within that radius is barricaded off. It is critically important to establish a control zone for those authorized to work in the immediate area. Constantly check the area throughout the day to ensure that there are no objects the boom might strike. If obstacles are introduced, be sure that the operator and other workers are aware of the obstacle and the plan for avoiding it.
8. Use your crane properly. Cranes are engineered for vertical lifting. That doesn’t stop some crews from trying to use them for side loading or other improper activities. Using a crane to drag something across the ground or from under an obstacle puts extreme stress on the boom, the turntable, and all the structural members. It could potentially weaken key components and lead to their failure.
9. Communication. Whether you use radios, air horns, hand signals, or some other method, there needs to be clear communication between the operator and the other workers. That’s especially critical when a crane is making a lift in which the operator cannot see the load. Don’t assume that everyone knows how instructions will be communicated. Make sure everyone understands the system and follows it. (See Communicate the Plan)
10. Stay Focused. Everyone associated with a crane needs to stay alert and focused on the job at hand – especially on critical or difficult lifts. The lack of focus is a common cause of work related accidents, incidents and serious near-miss events.

Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 10:56am On Aug 17, 2018
Register today and open door to a great future with vast opportunities ....
Internship..
Job assistance..
Free job directory.. And many more
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 11:39am On Aug 18, 2018
The greatest investment ever is to invest in your future....Acquire a skill in Crane operation & management..Registration is ongoing.

Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 11:42am On Aug 18, 2018
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Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 10:58am On Aug 20, 2018
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Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 4:21pm On Aug 20, 2018
Working in a large construction site noise,distance hinders clear communication between lifting team.Hence, the need to use hand signal .

Here are some hand Signal and their meanings

Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 2:07pm On Aug 21, 2018
Registration in progress
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by ewawumi(f): 1:36am On Aug 22, 2018
What will it cost me to register and get your certificate?
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 1:05pm On Aug 23, 2018
Pls call or send text to 08088821299..thank you
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 9:54am On Aug 24, 2018
OSHA certification examination {Crane} ongoing.
Successful candidates will become expatriate and able to work anywhere in the world.

Are you annexperienced crane operator but don't have a certificate? We can help you.

Get certified today.
Contact us for more details.
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by Goddyss(m): 10:05am On Aug 24, 2018
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Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 3:27pm On Aug 24, 2018
Goddyss:
How much is the training

There are different cranes with varying training cost.
Kindly contact us for details 09091746789 WhatsApp
08088821299 Call

Thanks
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 11:09am On Aug 25, 2018
Specialized Professional Crane training Offer. Ongoing for September batch you can't afford to miss out..


Watch out

OSHA Certification + License @95k instead of 175k
If you register before Sept 5th
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 12:42pm On Aug 25, 2018
equilogng:
Specialized Professional Crane training Offer. Ongoing for September batch you can't afford to miss out..


Watch out

OSHA Certification + License @95k instead of 175k
If you register before Sept 5th
Duration: 8 weeks

Pay 65% Now and pay balance after
2-weeks




Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 7:16am On Aug 27, 2018
Benefits of OSHA Certification include:
With mouth watering benefits:
*Certificate with Global recognition(work anywhere in the world)
*License Card issued from USA.
* It gives you the highest safety standard.
*Visa Boost
*Stronger salary bargaining power with employer.
*You become more competitive as your certification gives your company added value

Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 5:15pm On Aug 27, 2018
ANATOMY OF MOBILE CRANE

Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 9:00am On Aug 28, 2018
Some of our training resources

Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 6:53am On Aug 29, 2018
Invest in your future today. Become a professional crane operator.
Registration is ongoing
Call 08088821299
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 8:59am On Aug 30, 2018
14 days to kick off

Crane operator training and certification (OSHA)
Date:13th Sept 2018.
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 9:01am On Aug 30, 2018
Register Now
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Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 9:14am On Aug 31, 2018
Crane training and free certification (OSHA)
13,days to go.
Register now.
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 5:30pm On Aug 31, 2018
excavator training also available
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 4:13pm On Sep 02, 2018
Free certification 12-days to go @Equilog Training centre Ajah
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by Akunatakasi1(m): 10:06pm On Sep 02, 2018
Do you train on offshore crane? If yes do you issue recognized certificates? Thanks.
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 8:50am On Sep 03, 2018
Akunatakasi1:
Do you train on offshore crane? If yes do you issue recognized certificates? Thanks.

Good morning,

Yes, we have a 100tons Crawler Crane for Offshore training.
And a 50 tons Motorized Crane for Onshore

The Crawler is mostly used on the rig by oil and gas firms while the motorized used mostly used on the dry land in construction.

Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 8:02am On Sep 04, 2018
6 days to go
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 9:57am On Sep 05, 2018
Crane Training registration is ongoing.

Free OSHA certification 5-days to go
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 2:46pm On Sep 06, 2018
Journey towards a professional crane operator begins in 4 -days..Will you there?

Add value to you.. Ask us how...
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Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 3:12pm On Sep 07, 2018
Registration still on
Re: Professional Offshore Crane Training In Lagos (OSHA ACCREDITED) by equilogng: 11:15am On Sep 08, 2018
Free Certification in Crane Safety Operation
2 days remaining..
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