Southern Alberta Light Duty Crane Training

Are you located in Southern Alberta and Looking for the Following Crane Training Programs for Your Operators? Just some of the locations we have trained in are: Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Taber, Brooks, Calgary, Innisfail and Red Deer.  These locations are covered by our instructor in Calgary. We don’t charge a travel fee based on most of these areas are within 2 hours of our office, thereby reducing your cost for training.  We also don’t charge any LOA fees, again we are doing what we can to ensure your training costs are kept as low as possible. Some of the programs we offer are: Knuckle Boom (Picker) Training up to 8-tons – See HERE for more details Carry Deck Crane Training

Northern Alberta Light Duty Crane Safety Training Program

We have been serving the Northern Alberta region for the past 7 years with our light duty picker safety training as well as the carry deck cranes, mechanic corner mount service cranes (see photos below) and our high voltage powerline warning systems. If your crane falls under the threshold for needing a “ticketed” operator at the controls and you are not sure what other types of training there is for him or her, we are it. The “threshold” in Alberta is 8-tons (knuckle boom crane) or IF your picker comes with a winch that capacity drops to 5-ton winch capacity (single line pull capability). If you are not sure, give us a call with the model of your crane and

HIAB Type Crane Training Program

When it comes time to look into your HIAB picker operator safety training, why not go with the ones who have been trained by HIAB as well as Palfinger. We’ve been to both factories, one in Perrysburg, U.S.A and the other in Salzburg, Austria.  The course we went on was for more advanced in terms of time and materials by comparison.  We were there for 5 full days in each location and more, so one of the reasons when asked if we have a 1/2 day training, we do but it’s more a safety walk around than a “training” program. Light picker training is generally regarded as unnecessary and that couldn’t be further from the truth.  Like all training you