Crane & Rigging Training
Becket Training & Consulting delivers the highest standards of service, together with effective crane & rigging safety training. Training is based on applicable OSHA regulations and ASME standards, and can be customized to meet your local and organizational requirements.
We offer crane and rigging training in accordance with NAVFAC P-307 to Navy and Marine Corps enlisted personnel, employees and contractors to achieve and maintain compliance with the requirements of NAVFAC P-307.
Becket provides training for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers based on the current revision of USACE EM 385-1-1, chapters 15 and 16 and applicable national standards.
Our on-site, interactive training programs are taught by top-notch experts known for their ability to engage an audience and build the rapport necessary for learning and attaining measurable results. Classes address the needs of novice and experienced workers and are regularly updated to ensure course content reflects current industry regulations and standards.
Introduction to Rigging Training Course
Becket Training & Consulting’s Introduction to Rigging Training now available in Mexico, Central and South America through CARGO LIFT. This training is intended to provide a solid knowledge base for new and experienced riggers.
Becket provides solutions – using skills and techniques to effectively train, prepare and test your employees in load handling safety and operations.
Crane Operator Training
- Overhead crane
- Portal crane
- Floating crane
- Mobil crane
- Gantry crane
- Specialty cranes
Rigger training is intended to provide a solid knowledge base for new and experienced riggers. Delivered by experienced industry professionals, our program combines slides, videos, demonstration and hands-on experience to best serve the learning styles of different riggers and supervisors. Read more
A qualified signalperson is required by OSHA 29 CFR Part 1926.1400 when the load is moving and the view in the direction of travel is obstructed or the point of operation (the load travel or area near or at the load placement) is not in full view of the operator. If the crane operator or person handling the load expresses safety concerns and deems it necessary to use a signalperson, a signalperson should be used.
We deliver a customized presentation based on the needs of your audience that meets your budget and time constraints. Read more
Given the current economic climate, training employees is just as important as controlling budgets. Our on-site programs allow you to supply quality training and keep your budget on target. Training and testing provided at your facility allowing your staff to test on familiar equipment while reducing employee down-time and travel costs.
Find out how our extensive crane & rigging experience can work for you.
Contact us today to arrange for an initial consultation or to find out more about our services.