Types of Knuckle Boom Trucks
Knuckle Boom Regulations
Inspections & Records
Cab and Chassis
Outriggers and Stabilizers
Turret Section Boom
Wire Rope and Winch
Introduction to Crane Operations
OSHA Accident Profiles
Working Around Power Lines
Accident Profile #1
Working Around Power Lines (cont.)
Accident Profile #2
Outrigger/Stabilizer Hazards (cont.)
Accident Profile #3
Two-Blocking the Crane
Accident Profile #4
Accident Profile #5
Operator’s View Obstructed
Accident Profile #6
Accident Profile #7
Typical Rigging Hardware
Synthetic Sling Inspection
Wire Rope and Chain Sling Inspection
Rigging Hardware Inspection
Basic Rigging Practices
Load’s Center of Gravity
Safe Operations Guidelines
Final results sent back to company administrator
Training can be taken wherever there is an internet connection
Does not have to be completed in one sitting
Certificate of completion
Evaluation form and instructions for evaluating operators available for free download
Pop-up quiz questions to test your knowledge
Definitions of knuckle boom truck terms
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