HIAB Crane Operator Training Course
Ontario legislation requires owners of articulated cranes under 16,000 lbs. capacity to accredit their operators – so why not train with the best? Atlas Polar is HIAB’s exclusive Canadian distributor and an authorized trainer.
We offer two comprehensive operator training courses that meet accreditation requirements, improve operator safety, increase productivity, reduce downtime and extend the life of your cranes.
COURSE 1A: HIAB CRANE OPERATOR CERTIFICATION TRAINING
(Certification course for experienced operators)
This one-day course combines practical and theoretical aspects of crane safety and operation, and meets the intent of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (Ontario) regulations.
PREREQUISITE: MINIMUM 40 LOGGED HOURS
$675 + HST, per person
Course 1A runs on Thursdays from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Lunch is not included.
COURSE 1B: HIAB CRANE OPERATOR PRE-CERTIFICATION TRAINING
This half-day course prepares you for course 1A. It combines written elements, hands-on training, and a one-on-one practice session with your crane. Continuing the safety focus,
operators should follow the course with a minimum of one month working hands-on with an articulated crane, accompanied by a registered, accredited operator.
$525 + HST, per person
NOTE: HIAB crane to be used for training must be provided by the operator and brought to the training facilities at Atlas Polar on course day. Atlas Polar will not provide equipment.
COVID-19: We take safety seriously. To protect staff and operators, Atlas Polar maintains disinfecting protocols before and after every training session. Seating will be spaced and limited to four operators to maintain social distancing. Operator temperature will be taken on arrival.
OPERATORS MUST PROVIDE: HARD HATS, SAFETY SHOES, MASK AND THE REQUIRED HIAB TRUCK CRANE FOR OPERATIONAL TRAINING.
OPERATORS MUST: COMPLETE AN ATLAS POLAR COVID FORM IN ADVANCE OF THE COURSE . WEAR A MASK COVERING NOSE AND MOUTH AT ALL TIMES. SANITIZE HANDS EACH TIME BEFORE ENTERING THE BUILDING. EAT LUNCH IN THEIR TRUCKS.