COURSE NAME:Slag Pot and Over Head Crane


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These guidelines present minimum recommended safety requirements for ensuring

the safe and efficient operation of overhead cranes. Training materials used by

instructors preparing and presenting training courses should address all subjects


Successful completion of this training material should help to ensure that workers

are suitably trained to safely operate overhead cranes. Being suitably trained is one

component of worker competence. The other components are being adequately

qualified and possessing sufficient experience, The

Occupational Health and Safety

(OHS) Regulation

and Code — the regulations governing health and safety

practices in Alberta workplaces — require workers to be competent in order to

work without direct supervision [see

OHS Regulation sections 1(g), 13(1), 13(3),

15; OHS Code sections 1, 64].

The term “overhead crane” includes lifting devices such as hoists, jib cranes, gantry

cranes, monorails, top running and under slung cranes and below-the-hook lifting

devices. Operators must also have a general understanding of rigging.



The minimum requirements for an overhead crane operator are the physical and

mental capability and competence to perform the work. Unless able to provide

satisfactory evidence of qualifications and experience, operators should be

required to pass a written or oral examination and a practical operating

examination. The assessment of operator qualifications should be limited to the

specific type of equipment for which the operator is examined.

Operators and operator trainees should have normal depth perception, field of

vision, reaction time, manual dexterity, coordination, and no tendencies to

dizziness or similar undesirable conditions. (Refer to Appendix A for additional




Any overhead crane-safety training program should follow the course outline

described on the following pages. Training content should include, but not be limited

to, the topics listed in this industry recommended Safety Bulletin. Additional

materials may also be used to complement a course.

(A) Legislated and other requirements in Alberta

(B) Identifying cranes and their components

(C) Pre-operational requirements

(D) Operational requirements

(E) Post-operating requirements

(F) Rigging components, inspection/rejection criteria

(G) Site-specific training requirements

(H) Supervisor training and responsibility

(I) Trainer qualifications

(J) Successful course completion



Operators , site supervisors

    • 5 Day(s)

    The presentation is generally appealing to me. The dedication & devotion of the instructor are both laudable & admirable.
    Mohammed F. Alotaibi

    Really this course is important for any inspector, so I will recommended it for our employees. And thanks a lot!
    Ahmed Al-Yami

    You are doing excellent bringing such very talented instructor. Please keep it up.
    Ahmed Afifi
    Al-Zamil CoolCare

    I would like to appreciate you as well as the instructor for a good training due to the fact that the helping to gain new information about the types of valve with advantages and disadvantage as well. Many thinking.
    Zaki Ali Aldawood

    This course was very beneficial and helpful to understand one of the Major NDT method. I encourage ITC to continue with this performance.
    Talal Saad AlHasawi

    ITC service was in overall excellent. Thanks.
    Wael M. Morsy

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    Yazeed Mohamed Mreki
    General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA)

    It was good course & good preparation with excellent instructor. Thanks a lot.
    Faisal Mahdi Al-Qahtani

    It was a nice course to have. I suggest taking this course with the same instructor to other people. Thanks for the instructor for his kindness & helfull during the course.
    Abdul-Moniem Al-Humoud

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    Mohammed Amjad
    Al-Suwadi Services

    The instructor is highly and technical knowledgeable in explaining all the subject in the course taken.
    Noel V. Garan
    Coldstorec Group Of Saudi Arabia

    Instructor was well prepared and knowledgeable I gain lot of useful information.
    Gulam Khan
    Saudi Aramco

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    Muthuraman Nachiappan
    Al-Suwadi Services

    The instructor Mr. Ahmed Sabry has a very nice spirit.
    Salam Fakhoury
    Al Khodari Company

    It is very useful to us and increase our knowledge.
    Mohammed Rashed Afifi
    Al Khodari Company

    The course is excellent and helpful. It help me in organizing the work in more safe manner.
    Muzammil Hayat
    Al Khodari Company

    The instructor is very knowledge and hard working, his way of teaching is very good.
    Ibrahim Darwish
    Al Khodari Company