Frequently Asked QuestionsClick on the links below to go to a specific FAQ:
Is the training relevant for mobile crane operators?
No, the training is not suitable for mobile crane operators. The training is relevant for operators of overhead, gantry and jib cranes where there are 3 or fewer powered operations, is pendant controlled and where the load is clearly visible at all times. The training is not appropriate for High Risk Work (HRW) where a license is required.
I am looking for a crane license, can you help?
No, the training does not provide a license or certificate of attainment. The training is not designed for High Risk Work (HRW) where a license is required. The training is relevant for employees of large and medium manufacturers who operate overhead, gantry or jib cranes where there are 3 or fewer powered operations, the crane is pendant controlled and where the load is clearly visible at all times.
How do I get in contact with Industrial Crane Training Australia?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Our contact numbers in Sydney are (02) 9756-6660 and in Melbourne (03) 9465-4441. We look forward to speaking with you about your crane safety and training needs.
My team have already been trained sometime ago, do you offer re-fresher training?
Yes we can. Our training is suitable for employees who need to be trained in safely operating industrial cranes and hoisting equipment; as well as experienced operators who may need refresher training to reinforce key crane safety messages.
How many participants can be trained at the same time?
Based on the nature of the training and to ensure it’s hands-on to maximise learning, we have found that having 8 participants per on-site crane training workshop is ideal.
What industries utilise Industrial Crane Training Australia services?
Any medium to large company whose employees are involved in production, operations or maintenance using industrial crane equipment will benefit from attending an on-site Industrial Crane Training Australia programme. Our clients include car and car component manufacturers, pipe manufacturers, defence suppliers, chemical and food manufacturers. The crane training is relevant for all production and operations staff, and can also be used as refresher training for more experienced operators.
Why should I consider your training?
Hasemer Materials Handling, and Redfern Flinn Cranes and Hoisting Equipment each have more than 35 years experience in the design, installation and servicing of industrial cranes and equipment. We understand why having employees properly trained in safely operating industrial cranes and servicing industrial cranes is a key way of improving productivity and minimising workplace incidents. Our crane training is AS 2550.3-2011 compliant and is designed to be conducted by our experienced service managers, on-site using your industrial equipment.
What types and brands of industrial cranes is Industrial Crane Training relevant for?
Industrial Crane Training has been designed for all overhead, bridge and jib cranes as well as monorails and fixed point hoists, independent of manufacturer or model. Crane training is relevant for all makes including GIS, Hasemer, Redfern Flinn, Demag, Kone, Abus, Hitachi, Millsom, JDN Monocrane, Kito, Eilbeck.
What are Industrial Crane Training Australia’s key offerings?
Industrial Crane Training offers both off-the-shelf as well as tailored crane training solutions. The on-the-job crane training courses are AS 2550.3-2011 compliant, as well as complying with various State workplace safety regulations.
The crane training is designed for both Team Leaders, as well as operations and production personnel. Refresher crane training for experienced crane operators, is also available.
The key for us is knowing why you want to train your team and what your objectives are; as well as understanding your organisations' operating procedures (policies and processes). We work with you to complete a client checklist before the crane training workshops are scheduled; so that we're fully briefed about your specific requirements and standard operating processes. The crane training can then be tailored to meet your business' needs, and the examples referred to in the crane training material will be relevant to your industry.
The on-site crane training involves working with small groups of production/operations Team Leaders and employees in industrial crane safety. Specifically knowing what to do/not do with pre-operational checks, and when operating equipment; and what to do if something doesn't look, feel or sound right. By being more aware of how to properly operate equipment and report incidents, employees will be more aware of safely operating the equipment, thereby increasing their overall safety and productivity; and minimising workplace incidents.
The operations and production workshop is 90 minutes duration and is hands-on. It incorporates workshops, small group discussions, role-plays and a quiz; and is conducted on-site your using production equipment.
What locations do Industrial Crane Training Australia service?
Industrial Crane Training Australia services all Sydney and Melbourne metropolitan areas. We are a division of Hasemer Materials Handling and Redfern Flinn Cranes and Hoisting Equipment who provide crane design, installation, servicing and crane training solutions for companies in Altona, Bayswater, Brunswick, Campbellfield, Clayton, Dandenong, Frankston, Laverton, Moorabbin, Mulgrave, Scoresby, Somerton, Thomastown, Tullamarine and numerous other centres in and around Melbourne. Our clients also have operations in regional Victoria. In Sydney, our clients are located in Arndell Park, Bankstown, Blacktown, Brookvale, Campbelltown, Chipping Norton, Homebush, Mascot, Milperra, Padstow, Penrith, Riverwood, Smithfield, St Marys, Wetherill Park, and numerous other centres in and around Sydney. Our clients also have operations in regional NSW. We also provide industrial crane solutions to interstate clients in Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, the Gold Coast, Canberra and Hobart.