Testimonials

  • Feel lucky to have taken this course. It was important in providing me with more technical and knowledgeable information.
    Trainer was great and explained everything!

    URS Flint

  • Hands on training.
    All the information provided was useful. All technical parts and specifically the safety information.
    Presentation went over the sesssion so that we understood the math.
    Technique of riggign & the good and bad conditions of rigging tools.

    URS Flint Surmont

  • The examples given and the instructors knowledge.
    Did not know some of the regulations.
    Chart Card/Practical demonstration.

    URS Flint Surmont

  • All the information was new to me. I learned a lot.
    Determining the SWL for different types of hitches.
    About international signal and to calculate the SWL.
    Proper use of rigging items that we used.

    URS Flint Surmont

  • Information on Rigging and Material Handling.
    More understanding of cranes.
    Examples of actual events that pertain to the course.
    SWL & Attachment values.
    Very informative and useful tips concerning practical operation & rigging.

    IBEW 502 Atlantic Canada

  • The practical.
    Very thorough and complete.
    Hands on experience – I like the indepth information on key points.
    Learning how to operate the crane.

    IBEW 424 Edmonton AB

  • I was given information that I had not heard before.
    Rigging techniques.
    SWL, Rigging and Math.
    Look for the lesson on maintenance and cleaning.

    IBEW 424 Edmonton AB

  • The information was reasonably current and the displays were good to see.
    Good memory techniques, presented simply.

    IBEW 2038 Saskatchewan

  • Very good debating with questions or concerns I had.
    The practical lesson. Getting a chance to rig/signal/operate/tagline.
    The proper rules, legislation and techniques for rigging.

    IBEW 2038 Saskatchewan

  • Course was informative. Definatly more knowledgable & confident with crane use from attending.

    IBEW 424 Edmonton, AB

  • The interaction of the trades was great. It will help us to ensure to look for each other on job sites.

    IBEW 2038 Saskatchewan

  • The identification of specific hazards when doing things incorrectly.
    The manual provides a very clear picture of best practices, good references.
    Math and hand signals.
    Learned more than my past classes.
    It was much better than other crane courses I have taken.

    Powell Canada

  • I learned how to operate a crane in a safe manner and use it at work.
    Depth of information and instructors willingness to explain/answer questions.
    Learning new & interesting things about cranes and how to use them.
    Things to look for on rigging and inspection.
    Working together and practicing with the crane.

    Powell Canada

  • The information in the book.
    Instructors experiences were helpful in driving home the points and showing the importance of standards/regulations.
    OSHA rules on cranes, quick reference cards for SWL.
    Class booklet is easy to read and understand.

    TransCanada Pipeline – Wisconsin

  • Evaluations to determine loads.The presenter was very good and made class easy to follow.
    Learning how to figure SWL.
    Learned new things for the first time, sling angles etc.

    TransCanada Pipeline – USA

  • Making out lift plans.
    Gave us a better perspective of the big picture of rigging and what to watch for.
    Good lesson on lifting heavy loads that I’m not used to making.
    Rigging techniques and hands on formulas.

    TransCanada Pipeline – USA

  • All of it. It has been a while since I had Overhead Crane Training.
    Leaning about the rigging.
    Understanding the sling calculations and configurations.
    Proper way of rigging for safe lifts.
    The SWL Card.

    Transcanada Pipeline – Saskatchewan

  • Learning different types of rigging.
    Practical uses.
    It was a great refresher!

    TransCanada Pipeline – Medicine Hat

  • Good training, the experience level of instructors was very valuable.
    I worked on cranes years ago and I wish we had training then. Thinking back on how we operated is scary.

    TransCanada Pipeline – Wisconsin