Crane Signal Person Training

(Course # SIG-101)

This course is designed according to the requirements of the most up to date Crane & Derrick Standard Subpart CC (Section 1926.1419-1422; 1926.1428) for signal person qualifications.

OSHA's new crane standard requires the employer to ensure that each signal person meets the qualification requirements:

  • Know and understand the type of signals used. If hand signals are used, the signal person must know and understand the Standard Method for hand signals.
  • Be competent in the application of the type of signals used.
  • Have a basic understanding of equipment operation and limitations, including the crane dynamics involved in swinging and stopping loads and boom deflection from hoisting loads.
  • Know and understand the relevant requirement standards and regulations.
  • Demonstrate that he/she meets the requirements through an oral or written test, and through a practical test.

In addition, participants will learn:

  • Crane and Hoist Terminology
  • OSHA & ASME Standards
  • Power line Requirements & Restrictions
  • Lift Determination
  • Formulating a rigging plan
  • Crane Critical Lift planning

Conducted at your facility and adapted to each customers' designed material handling needs. This course includes both classroom and hands-on training. Once the written examination testing is completed, hands-on exercises will be conducted to ensure proper signaling procedures are followed.

Standard course length is 8 hours.

Each Student Will Receive:

  • A Manual That Includes:
    • Crane Signaler 150 page handbook
    • Rigging Card
    • Signal Card
    • Critical Lift Plan Forms
    • Wallet Signaler Qualification Card & Training Certificate (upon completion & review of test)
Crane Signal Person Training
Crane Signal Person Training
Crane Signal Person Training
Crane Signal Person Training
Crane Signal Person Training
Crane Signal Person Training
Crane Signal Person Training
Crane Signal Person Training
Crane Signal Person Training
Crane Signal Person Training