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    Oil and Gas Training Courses SLB NEXT

    Advanced Mobile Crane Operators and Rigger Training Program

    Course Objective
    • To describe the principal hazards associated with cranes operations and explain the measures necessary to improve control whilst carrying.
    • To familiarize personnel with their responsibilities during the Inspection of Cranes, and various operations, Rigging and Slinging, Testing, Inspection of wire ropes and lifting gear, Load Chart, and Slinging procedures, and inspection of lifting gears, safe usage, application, and use of the correct hand signals.
    Activities
    • Classroom with Theoretical and Practical Implementation, training to take place on-site. 50% Theoretical, 50% Practice.
    Successful delegates will be able to:
    • Know the duties & responsibilities of the Appointed Person, Supervisor, Operator & Riggers.
    • Direct & supervise the lifting operation.
    • Ensure that these are carried out as per the method statement.
    • Be fully conversant with the duties of all persons involved in the lifting operation.
    • Give clear, unambiguous instructions to all the lifting team members.
    • Assess danger to the lifting operation from change circumstances on site.
    • Know the different types of Cranes with a different scale drawing.
    • Know Safety devices in each type of crane.
    • Know Logbook & maintenance records.
    • Know Rigging / slinging best practices.
    • Calculate the load weight &calculate the load center of gravity.
    • Understand the crane operation procedure and crane duty chart.
    • Understand the tandem lifting procedure.
    • Know the good and bad lifting practices.
    • Understand the Wright communication between the team involved.
    • Fully aware of loose lifting gears usage.
    • Understand the mobile crane operation safely.
    • Issued and approved Lifting plan.
    • Assessed the lifting hazard.
    • Conducting safe lifting operations.
    Course Certifications
    • LEEA Certifications: The Certifications will be under the LEEA system & guidelines.

    Day 1
    • Pre-Test.
    • Course introduction.
    • Incident lesson learning. 
    • The law.
    • Duties & Responsibilities.
    • General Lifting Definitions.
    • SWL & WLL.
    • Steel wire rope constructions, selection, lays and types.
    • Group Discussions & practice.
    Day 2
    • Steel wire rope rejection criteria.
    • Crane wire rope reeving. 
    • Load weight calculations.
    • Center of gravity.
    • Lifting accessory types & inspection areas.
    • Steel wire rope sling tensions.
    • Webbing slings constructions, selection, types, and rejection criteria.
    • Group Discussion & practice.

    Day 3
    •  Kinds of hitches.
    • Angles of lifting.
    • Multi-leg sling method of rating.
    • Rigging equipment "good & bad practices.
    • Shackles constructions, types, and pre-use inspections. 
    • Steel wire rope slings load chart.
    • Video illustration.

    Day4

    • Crane Communications (Radio- hand signals- Verbals).
    • Loose lifting gear load chart.
    • Operation manual & logbook.
    • Safe use of lifting gears.
    • Lifting tackles storage.
    • Working with crane (Rigging and Slinging Practical).

    Day 5
    • Bad rigging practices and case study.
    • Mobile crane types.
    • Load chart for many types of cranes.
    • Crane Safety Device.
    • Video illustration.
    • Group Discussion & practice.

    Day 6

    • Crane pre-use inspection. 
    • Crane operator responsibilities.
    • Good and bad lifting practice.
    • Crane operation manuals.
    • Video illustration.
    • Group Discussion & practice.

    Day 7
    • Crane periodical inspection.
    • Crane road test.
    • Crane lifting obstruction hazard.
    • Crane periodical maintenance and logbook.
    • Video illustration.
    • Group Discussion & practice.

    Day 8
    • Lifting Planning categorization.
    • Lifting risk assessments.
    • Lifting plan reviewing and approval.
    • Video illustration.
    • Group Discussion & practice.

    Day 9
    • Lifting proximity hazard.
    • Lifting plan example.
    • Crane load bearing.
    • Underground hazard.
    • Group Discussion & practice.

    Day 10
    • Theoretical/Written assessments.
    • Practical training.
    • Group Discussion & practice.

    Day 11
    • Practical assessments.
    • Wrap up and Overview of the Course.

    • Crane Operators & Technicians.
    • Forklift Operators & Technicians.
    • Personnel who are involved in Cranes Operations.
    • Personnel who are involved in Forklift Operations.


    • Pre-Test.
    • Course introduction.
    • Incident lesson learning. 
    • The law.
    • Duties & Responsibilities.
    • General Lifting Definitions.
    • SWL & WLL.
    • Steel wire rope constructions, selection, lays and types.
    • Group Discussions & practice.
    • Steel wire rope rejection criteria.
    • Crane wire rope reeving. 
    • Load weight calculations.
    • Center of gravity.
    • Lifting accessory types & inspection areas.
    • Steel wire rope sling tensions.
    • Webbing slings constructions, selection, types, and rejection criteria.
    • Group Discussion & practice.
    • Kinds of hitches.
    • Angles of lifting.
    • Multi-leg sling method of rating.
    • Rigging equipment "good & bad practices.
    • Shackles constructions, types, and pre-use inspections. 
    • Steel wire rope slings load chart.
    • Video illustration.
    • Crane Communications (Radio- hand signals- Verbals).
    • Loose lifting gear load chart.
    • Operation manual & logbook.
    • Safe use of lifting gears.
    • Lifting tackles storage.
    • Working with crane (Rigging and Slinging Practical).
    • Bad rigging practices and case study.
    • Mobile crane types. 
    • Load chart for many types of cranes.
    • Crane Safety Device.
    • Video illustration.
    • Group Discussion & practice.
    • Crane pre-use inspection.
    • Crane operator responsibilities
    • Good and bad lifting practice
    • Crane operation manuals
    • Video illustration.
    • Group Discussion & practice.
    • Crane periodical inspection.
    • Crane road test.
    • Crane lifting obstruction hazard.
    • Crane periodical maintenance and logbook.
    • Video illustration.
    • Group Discussion & practice.
    • Lifting Planning categorization.
    • Lifting risk assessments.
    • Lifting plan reviewing and approval.
    • Video illustration.
    • Group Discussion & practice.
    • Lifting proximity hazard.
    • Lifting plan example.
    • Crane load bearing.
    • Underground hazard.
    • Group Discussion & practice.
    • Theoretical/Written assessments.
    • Practical training. 
    • Group Discussion & practice
    • Practical assessments.
    • Wrap up and Overview of the Course.

    • Attendees should have sufficient experience using Mobile cranes. 
    • Be familiar with understanding method statements, lifting plans & risk assessment. 
    • Be prepared to deal with contingency plans in emergency cases.
    • Conversant with English language and Instructor is teaching in English & Arabic.
    • Maximum attendees are 12.

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