Welcome to the Crane Overloading Hazard course !!
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My name is Sourabh Jambhulkar and I have 11 years of experience in construction safety. I have worked with organisations like TRIL, Tata Consulting Services, Shapoorji, and Pallonji, and other organisations. During my 11 years of work experience I have gathers good knowledge on various topics with a hands-on experience like safety audits, prepared JSA, safety inspection, safety survey, training, developing safety strategy, and contractor safety management.
I have seen closely how incidents happen due to crane overloading and implemented risk reduction strategy in organisations.
Enroll yourself in the Crane Overloading Hazard course where I will help you to improve your skills on risk assessment for a critical task to develop the safety procedures. The course is divided into 13 lessons, each lesson offers an instructor (my) video, case study, practice exercises, and at the end knowledge assessment. This course offers a certificate on successful completion and clearing the course assessment criteria of 80%.
57 Instructor Lesson
02 Case Study
02 Project Exercise
5:28 hrs On-demand Video
03 Download Resource
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Certificate of Completion
Skill Level - Advance
Duration - 5 hrs 28 min
At the end of this Crane Overloading Hazard professional development course, you will have the practical knowledge required for preparing the safe work method for crane lifting with the following take away with them.
Understand overloading hazard
Reasons for overloading
Risk Assessment & Evaluation
Developing a risk-based control measure based on HOC
Human Errors & Violations
Swiss Cheese Model
Emergency Response Plan
Deming's PDCA Cycle
Steps for Safe Lift
What you'll learn:-
Understand the reasons for overloading
Complete risk management cycle
How to develop risk-based control measures?
Why human errors and violations while lifting?
Strategy for risk reduction to avoid overloading
Complete steps for safe lifting
What should be the emergency response plan in case of a major incident?