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Mobile Crane Operations Level 3 Trainee Guide, Paperback, 2nd edition

Mobile Crane Operations Level 3 Trainee Guide, Paperback

ISBN-13: 9780131098688

Includes: Paperback

2nd edition

Published by Pearson (March 28th 2005) - Copyright © 2004

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This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes: Load Charts, Telescopic Boom Attachment Assembly and Disassembly, Advanced Operational Techniques, Lift Planning, Hoisting Personnel, Lattice Boom Assembly and Disassembly, Emergency Procedures, and Transporting Requirements.


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Table of contents

(Total Level Hours: 155; 145 required, 10 elective/optional)

21301-05 Load Charts (25 Hours)

Discusses the importance of load charts and charts that apply to different configurations. Includes on-rubber, on-outrigger, jib, and deduction charts, as well as range diagrams and operational notes. Covers parts of line and capacity calculations.


21302-05 Telescopic Boom Attachment Assembly and Disassembly (20 Hours)

Covers the stowing and erection of the swing-away extension, A-frame jib, and auxiliary single-sheave boom head, as well the assembly and removal of intermediate boom sections.


21303-05 Advanced Operational Techniques (20 Hours)

Covers multi-crane lifts, critical lifts, blind lifts, and demolition. It also includes sections on how to use magnet and vacuum lifting devices and how to operate a mobile crane in cold weather.


21304-05 Lift Planning (20 Hours)

Gives an in-depth discussion of lift plan implementation. Includes reference information, calculations, single- and multiple-crane lifting, critical lifts, and engineering considerations.


21305-05 Hoisting Personnel (20 Hours)

Discusses ASME B30.23 and 29 CFR 1926.550(g) requirements while presenting advanced operation techniques for hoisting personnel.


21306-05 Lattice Boom Assembly and Disassembly (25 Hours)

Provides a step-by-step look at short- and long-lattice boom assembly and disassembly.  


21307-05 Emergency Procedures (15 Hours)

Includes information on accident prevention and investthe hazards of power line contact, and various famay occur during lifting operations.  


21308-05 Transporting Requirements (10 Elective Hours)

Discusses the proper handling, loading and unloading, and securing procedures for mobile cranes and their components. Presents information on driver requirements and requirements for securing the mobile crane for transporting.

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