Title:CRANE ASSISTED RIGGING AND REMOVAL (CARR)
Description:This course is for professionals who have primary roles in arboricultural tree removal that utilize cranes and rigging to safely perform their jobs. It is designed for climbers and ground workers, and their various roles and responsibilities on jobsites. Through our CARR course, participants will learn the safe use of mobile cranes when used on an arboricultural worksite. Emphasis on current OSHA and ANSI regulations will be taught throughout the class.
Education, coaching, and practical hands-on experience using compound rigging strategies and setting safe and proper rigging to balance pieces will be explained and demonstrated. Additionally, safe setup of the crane and all required safety measures such as proper outrigger placement, understanding load charts and lifting angles, estimating green log, tree-part weights, and proper cuts to use when working with a crane will also be explained and demonstrated.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Professionals who have a primary role in arboricultural tree removal that utilizes cranes and rigging to safely perform their job. This course is designed for both climbers and groundworkers and their various roles and responsibilities on the jobsite.
Attendees who complete the course will receive a NATS-issued Crane Assisted Rigging and Removal Certificate of Completion (valid for 12 months) for this course.
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS
This course has been submitted for ISA Certified Arborist and TCIA CTSP Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
This course meets the ANSI / ASSE Z490.1 Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health, and Environmental Training as well as OSHA 1910.180 and 1910.184, ASME 30.5 and 30.9, and ANSI Z133.
Member Price:$749 (course registration closes on 7/13/2021)
Non-Member Price:Contact Us Below
Organization:North American Training Solutions