HIAB Truck Crane Accreditation Improves Crane Performance
As a crane operator or owner, you want to know that you’re meeting the Ontario rules for operating a crane safely, while maximizing your performance. With HIAB Truck Crane training provided by Atlas Polar, you’re going to feel confident in knowing that you or your operators are safe in the handling of your equipment, plus you’re going to get the best performance that the crane has to offer. Let’s take a look at how you can improve your crane performance while achieving accreditation.
Getting familiar with the HIAB Truck Crane
As a Customer of Atlas Polar, you can feel good about your purchase because we make sure you feel comfortable with the equipment’s features and capabilities. Then added to this we offer a half day orientation training to give you a working knowledge of all the technical aspects, safety features, and the performance it is capable of.
You or your operators are going to begin with gaining their experience on the work site. This is where you start to get to know the equipment under the direction of senior operators.
Atlas Polar Training:
As soon as you or your operators have 40 hours of on the job experience under your belt, you’re ready for the one day training and certification that we have waiting for you. All you need to do is book a seat in the next available course. Then it’s simply a matter of showing up with your crane and safety equipment, including a hard hat and safety boots. This course is only going to take you or your operator off the job for one day, but is going to provide the theory on safety and general operation of the crane. All operators in training are expected to complete the written, assignment and practical sections that make up the course. The day of training will be simulated as to an average day on the job. At the successful completion of the course, you or your operator will walk away feeling confident and much more productive.
Crane operators who meet the criteria of the course are awarded with a diploma to proudly place on your wall, as well as a laminated wallet sized accreditation card to be carried. The certification has no expiry but we like to recommend to you as our client, that you or your operators come back to us every three years for a refresher course.
Aside from gaining the necessary certification required by law for you and your operators, this training has many other benefits to it, which are really important for you as the crane owner and your operators.
It provides the confidence to operate more efficiently.
You increase productivity through improved knowledge.
You as the company owner, are going to be able to realize the full return on your equipment because you or your operators are confident and capable of using the equipment to its fullest capability.
Atlas Polar provides training as a customer service so you’re able to have a safe operating system in place and also get the best of what the HIAB Truck Crane is capable of providing. This type of exceptional and detailed training required for certification is offered by us across Canada. The company works in co-operation with Grainmaster Equipment in Manitoba, our sister dealership in Alberta, A.R.W. Truck Equipment, and ML-Truck Equipment Ltd. in B.C.
We believe in carrying out this training and certification course in all types of weather keeping in mind that you have to get the job done. We know your crane operators have to provide their services in all types of weather. Completion of this course provides all the necessary requirements for you or your HIAB crane operators to perform their duties in a safe and productive manner.
It provides you with the confidence in knowing that you or your operators are safe in the workplace, and the equipment is being used to its maximum potential.
If this sounds like just what you need to enhance your business, be sure to see our section on our training courses for more information. Also check out our HIAB Truck Crane Training Podcast on iTunes which is all about the training and certification we provide. In the podcast, you’ll hear from both Steve Parr and crane trainer, Stirling Robertson.