Mobile Construction Cranes – Module ID 30105-11

Mobile Construction Cranes – Module ID 30105-11

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Module ID 30105-11 This module introduces the trainee to manual and powered lifting devices, both mobile and stationary, used by ironworkers. Construction cranes are the most commonly used lifting device.

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Description

Objectives

Upon completion of this module, the trainee will be able to do the following:

  • Identify and describe common lifting equipment.
  • Identify and explain commonly used construction cranes.
  • Identify and explain crane manuals, recordkeeping, and safety.
  • Describe the activities involved in assembling construction cranes.
  • Identify and use the correct hand signals to guide a crane operator.

Performance Tasks

Under the supervision of the instructor, the trainee should be able to do the following:

  • Use common lifting equipment.
  • Use crane manuals, perform recordkeeping, and describe crane safety.
  • Use and interpret hand signals.

Module Index

Session I. Introduction; Lifting Equipment

A. Introduction

B. Lifting Equipment

    • Derricks
    • Cranes
    • Helicopters

C. Laborator

    • Have trainees use common lifting equipment. This laboratory corresponds to Performance Task 1.

Session II. Mobile Construction Cranes

A. Mobile Construction Cranes

    • Function and Uses
    • Terminology
    • Load Rating Capacities
    • Inspecting the Crane
    • Positioning the Crane

Session III. Handbooks and Records; Assembly and Disassembly; Communication

A. Handbooks and Records ____________

    • Crane Manuals and Handbooks ____________
    • Crane Records ____________
    • General Crane Safety

B. Laboratory

    • Have trainees use crane manuals, perform recordkeeping, and describe crane safety. This laboratory corresponds to Performance Task 2.

C. Crane Assembly

    • Assembling a Short Boom
    • Assembling a Long Boom
    • Disassembly of the Boom

D. Methods and Modes of Communication

    • Verbal Modes of Communication
    • Nonverbal Modes of Communication

E. Laboratory

    • Have trainees use and interpret hand signals. This laboratory corresponds to erformance Task 3.

Session IV. Review and Testing

A. Review

B. Module Examination

    • Trainees must score 70 percent or higher to receive recognition from NCCER.
    • Record the testing results on NCCER National Registry, and submit the results to the Training Program Sponsor.

C. Performance Testing

    • Trainees must perform each task to the satisfaction of the instructor to receive recognition from NCCER. If applicable, proficiency noted during laboratory exercises can be used to satisfy the Performance Testing requirements.
    • Record the testing results on NCCER National Registry, and submit the results to the Training Program Sponsor.

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