Offshore Crane Operations Stage 1, 2 & 3 Training
On completion of the course, the delegates will be able to:
- Perform a daily preoperational inspection and documentation.
- Define the titles “Crane Operator” and “Rigger” in line with each individual responsibility
- Interpret load rating charts
- Determine load weights
- Use basic rigging skills Use a load angle indicator
- Demonstrate knowledge of dynamic and static lifts.
- Demonstrate knowledge of safety for wind limitations.
This course is designed to equip participants with the relevant knowledge and skills necessary to safely operate offshore cranes in compliance with BS 7121-11 requirement. Refreshers are required every four years. Physical qualification evaluation (vision, depth perception, etc) is included in this course.
Hands-on evaluation is performed by instructor during the course presentation. This course is designed to run at client’s locations.
The course is specially designed for offshore crane operators.
Delegates for this course must have completed their stage 2 course and have experience working with offshore cranes.
Course Duration: 2 days
Certification: Successful delegates receive a LEEA Certificate of Completion
Download Offshore Crane Operations Overview
- Application Regulation
- Qualification Requirement
- Crane Operator Responsibilities and Certification Process
- Crane Components
- Load Charts Interpretations
- Correcting Swings
- Emergency Procedure Guidelines
- Lift Procedure Checklist
- Safe Operating Techniques and Practices
- Principles of Operation to Include Static & Dynamic Lifts
- Operation & Control
- Inspection and maintenance
- Signal and Communications
- Specific Crane Information (if applicable)
- Written & Practical Assessment