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Grantee Name:
American Society of Civil Engineers
Grant Number:
SH-17794-08
Grant Year:
2008
The grantee developed training materials for engineers and supervisors on crane safety at construction sites. Materials target project managers, project engineers and others whose responsibilities include the installation, movement, use and dismantling of cranes and lifting devices on construction sites. Materials include manuals and PowerPoint presentations.

Safety Hazards Related to Mechanized Construction Equipment
Title Length Format File Size
Crane Safety on Construction Sites
Alternative Lifting Methods 31 slides PPT* 6.8 MB
Crane Safety Workbook 34 pages DOC* 628 KB
Crane Training Evaluation Form
2 pages DOC* 55 KB
Crane Training Participant Guide 20 pages DOC* 155 KB

Rigging Operations

15 slides PPT* 4.7 MB
Site Specific Crane Safety Planning 156 slides PPT* 18.9 MB
Standards and Regulations 22 slides PPT* 577 KB
       
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