This course is designed to help field personnel identify damage and wear on mobile and pedestal crane components.
It focuses on spotting the problems and identifying the damage that can be discovered through external evaluation. it addresses MESH (mechanical, electrical, structural and hydraulic) components. All mechanics and maintenance personnel who are responsible for their company's crane(s) should attend this course, especially those industries with high use cranes, such as production and construction.
*Day 5 is required by Washington State for those who intend to apply for Washington State Inspector Certification or who need continuing education.
Hands-on inspections of Conventional (Lattice) and Hydraulic Boom Cranes will be performed by participants, and a performance evaluation of each inspector will be conducted. A five-year ITI Qualification is issued to participants who successfully pass the written exam and performance evaluations of one or both crane types.
Course Length: 4 - 5 DaysCourse Outcome: 3.2 - 4.0 CEUCourse Subjects: • Daily, Monthly and Annual Checklists • Electrical, Hydraulic and Air Systems • Inspection Requirements • Safety Devices • Boom • Outriggers • Wire Rope • Testing • Upper Revolving Structure • Lower Structure • Applicable federal, state and/or provincial regulations and ASME standards
Monday, October 31, 2016 - Friday, November 4, 2016 8:00 AM - 5:00 PMPacific Time
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