Understanding and operating a mobile crane correctly is a critical component of job site safety. OSHA requires that all operators, whether they fall under General Industry or Construction, be trained and qualified to operate the piece of equipment they work on
Our crane training services offers full range of safety training programs for crane types such as: mobile or rough terrain crane, crawler crane, tower crane etc. This training exercise is targeted at helping the candidate acquire the necessary competence, skills and knowledge critical to safe lifting operation both at the onshore and offshore work site. Also note that our trainings and certification are OSHA accredited.
We have 2-major Crane types in focus:
This excavator training course is designed to provide heavy equipment operators with a solid foundation in:
Our heavy equipment operator training certification for excavators consists of classroom theory, a written test and practical hands on experience. Delivered through multimedia presentations and interactive discussion, the course content is then reinforced through workbooks and supplementary handouts.
DURATION: 2 months
Our heavy machinery operator training consists of classroom theory, a written test and practical hands on experience. Course content is delivered through multimedia presentations and interactive discussion, then reinforced through workbooks and supplementary handouts.
Equilog HSE training equips participants with general safety knowledge before certifying them as HSE competent. We offer General HSE (Level 1 & 2) courses our trainings are provided in a comfortable environment and our courses delivered by experienced instructors. HSE is compulsory for anyone desires to work in the oil and gas industry.
This hands-on course covers inspection and safe operation of powered industrial lift trucks (Forklift ). This course will teach you about the operational differences between a car and a forklift, power sources, capabilities, stability, and carbon monoxide hazards while operating propane or diesel trucks inside buildings.
A written test and a driving test, scheduled separately from the class day, must be completed to receive an operator’s license and certificate .All training programs is OSHA accredited .
|Required Education||O’Level certificate (Min)|
|Health||Proof of medical/physical fitness|
|Identity card||Any govt issued|
|Training Fee||Call for each course desired|