Crane Safety and Emergeny Procedures – Module ID 21106

Crane Safety and Emergeny Procedures – Module ID 21106


Module Ten (21106-18) emphasizes safety as the highest priority. Crane operators and other members of a lift team must embrace their responsibility as the manager of a powerful machine that can both accomplish great things and destroy property and lives. Thousands of successful crane operations occur each day without incident; all of the lifts in the future can end the same way. The goal of this module is to present a wide variety of safety information related to crane operation and prepare lift team members for their role in a safe workplace.

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Learning Objective 1 • Identify relevant OSHA and ASME standards and general crane safety considerations.

  • Identify safety standards relevant to mobile cranes and their operation.
  • Identify general safety considerations for mobile crane operation.

Learning Objective 2 • Identify mobile-crane operation considerations related to specific applications and explain how to respond to various incidents.

  • Describe the purpose of pre-lift meetings and identify the topics of discussion.
  • Identify safety considerations related to power lines.
  • Identify safety considerations related to weather conditions.
  • Describe safety considerations related to specific crane functions and how to respond to various incidents.

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  • This is a knowledge-based module; there are no Performance Tasks.

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