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We found 13 video(s) with either title or description (or both) of crane.
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  • Video ID: 1561
  • Minutes: 14
  • Date: 2011
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Training for the signal person and crane operator. Covers signal persons role, best work practices, standard hand signals. There are 2 versions in each language to chose from: showing the video, and showing the video with interactive questions. Subtitles in both languages. Comes with additional support material on a CD which includes leader's guide, training booklets, and quiz.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 914
  • Minutes: 38
  • Date: 2001
  • Language(s): English
Description: Training in three parts. Part 1: Description of crane types, safety precautions & procedures. Part 2: Procedures to perform before proceeding with and during a lift. Part 3: Necessary shutdown procedures.
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  • Video ID: 1245
  • Minutes: 18
  • Date: 2007
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Covers: common terminology, daily safety inspections, basic crane operations, sling and lifting attachments, and safety work practices. Instructor Guide and quiz on CD. Subtitles in each language.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1458
  • Minutes: 16
  • Date: 2010
  • Language(s): English
Description: Over 90% of crane-related accidents are caused by human error. Topics covered: new OSHA regulations, operator certification, equipment inspection, general and operational safety devices, general operating procedures, working around power lines, working with boom cranes. Also, includes rigging inspection and signaling. Includes CD with Presenter Guide, Quiz, etc.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1363
  • Minutes: 16
  • Date: 2009
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Filmed in multiple settings including construction sites, building maintenance, and areas where power lines, roads and traffic may present a hazard. Covers: Pre-operation set-up and inspection; planning a lift; load chart interpretation; safe and efficient operating techniques. Includes facilitator's guide on CD-ROM. Subtitles in English and Spanish.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
  • Video ID: 1429
  • Minutes: 16
  • Date: 2002
  • Language(s): English
Description: Points out how to reduce risks by identifying faulty equipment, capacity limitations, and poor safety consequences. Shows proper storage, logbook use, and communication procedures. Uses life action and computer animation. Includes a CD with training manual. Code violation: worker exposed to overhead hazards without a hard hat.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
Module 5 Drums, Blocks, Sheaves & Wire Rope Terminations
  • Video ID: 929
  • Minutes: 29
  • Date: 2001
  • Language(s): English
Description: DVD format available. Emphasizes the importance of understanding rigging and wire rope manufacturers' specific operational criteria and incorporating it into a methodic inspection and maintenance program. Features live footage and instruction on wire rope installation, hook block selection and reeving, wire rope terminations (clips, wedges), fleet angles, calculating parts of line. Hardware inspection criteria is provided for several types of cranes and hoists.
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  • Video ID: 949
  • Minutes: 44
  • Date: 2005
  • Language(s): English
Description: Volume 1- 19 min. Volume 2 - 23 min. and Hazard Categories. Depicts actual fatal accidents, examines what went wrong and shows subsequent hazard abatement recommendations. Shows hazards in these categories: cranes, confined space, fall hazards, improper use of equipment, drowning, and lockout/tagout. Animated, but graphic.
DVD FormatOnline
  • Video ID: 1242
  • Minutes: 14
  • Date: 2007
  • Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: For general industry. Covers best safety practices for flatbed trucks, scissor lifts, loading process, overhead crane bridge, and proper lanyard use. Includes instructor guide on CD with quiz. Subtitles in each language. VHS version on #1237.
DVD FormatClosed Captioning / Subtitles
c. 33 is short version
  • Video ID: 775
  • Minutes: 18
  • Date: 1998
  • Language(s): English
Description: Features re-enactments of accidents involving indoor cranes. Includes: sling angles, inspecting chains and slings before use, proper lifting, moving and release of load, lifting capacities of cranes and rigging. Warning! May be too graphic for some audiences.
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  • Video ID: 952
  • Minutes: 23
  • Date: 1998
  • Language(s): English
Description: Specific to the training of the rigger working with the crane operator. Rigging techniques using one and two parts of line. Lists the responsibilities of the rigger, estimating load weights, center of gravity; techniques for odd shaped loads, and referencing load charts.
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  • Video ID: 1097
  • Minutes: 25
  • Date: 2000
  • Language(s): English
Description: Defines terms and basic fundamentals of electricity. Show hazards of electricity and safe work practices to prevent injury on and off the job. Shock hazard categories: crane, confined space, fall hazards, drowning, lockout/tagout. Work environments include construction, petrochemical, maritime, offshore and inland waterways.
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  • Video ID: 1611
  • Minutes: 3
  • Date: 2011
  • Language(s): English
Description: This video shows how quickly struck-by accidents at construction sites can lead to worker deaths. Employers have a responsibility to provide a safe workplace and required protective equipment. Taking the right protective steps saves lives.

*Please be advised. The scenes you are about to see deal with deaths at construction sites and might be disturbing for some people. All scenes are based on true stories.

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