Operator training from ITI encompasses options for all operator skill and experience levels on all crane types used in construction and general industry.
Pre-operation, MESH (mechanical, electrical, structural and hydraulic) components, and applicable federal, state/provincial regulations and standards highlight ITI Crane Inspection curriculum.
ITI Crane Technician & Maintenance curriculum covers overhead and tower cranes.
ITI endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and provides training to prepare candidates for NCCCO written and practical exams. Exam administration with Certified Practical Examiners (ITI Instructors) is also offered. Certification prep and exams is offered for mobile crane operators, overhead crane operators, and articulating boom crane operators.
The “meat and potatoes” of rigging training. ITI Rigging Applications courses cover the full gamut of skill and experience levels with options available for true neophytes to seasoned veterans and everyone in-between…
Removal criteria for wire rope, wire rope slings, synthetic web/round slings, chain slings, rigging hardware, and below-the-hook lifting devices is the focus here. Personnel qualification is available.
ITI endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and provides training to prepare candidates for NCCCO written and practical exams. Exam administration with Certified Practical Examiners (ITI Instructors) is also offered.
Designed for lift planners, crane and rigging managers, and other non-engineers who conduct lift planning activities, ITI’s Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering courses are LEEA accredited and approved by ASME.
Operator certification for the following crane and equipment types - Mobile, Overhead, Articulating Boom, Digger Derrick
The 10-hour course is designed for entry-level workers and includes a general overview of common safety and health hazards. The 30-hour course is designed for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility and covers a much wider range of topics.
Part 46 of Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) regulations requires that new miners complete no less than 4 hours of training before they enter a mine site and that all miners take refresher training on an annual basis.
From distracted driving to industrial ergonomics, preventing fires to reducing stress, our General Safety products address issues that affect employees in their day-to-day job functions so they can start to work better… and safer.
Content from Broderson, Demag, Liebherr, Link-Belt, Manitowoc, Tadano, and more OEMs!