One Ton Picker Truck Crane Ticket

Are you looking to get your operators safety training tickets for your next job? We can help you out by providing our one-day knuckle picker safety training program at your location. We only provide training for groups of 4 or more and our low travel fees keep our one ton picker truck crane ticket within your training budget.  It’s far better for us to come out to you than to send in your crew to us.           Some of what we cover during the one day crane safety training: How to make sure the crane is always properly stabilized in ALL situations How to make sure the stabilizer outrigger pads are properly sized for the ground

New for 2023 – Lower Light Crane Training Rates Are Now In Effect

We made a decision to lower our training rates for 2023 for one reason… The energy industry has been clawed back for years, now it’s ‘booming’ out there.  We keep hearing and many business owners are saying the same thing: “…Our training budget has been chopped, changed or reduced!”  We are here to help! The energy industry in Alberta and Saskatchewan is now crazy busy right now.  We are hearing: “Yes it’s busy but we can’t find people, we can’t find people to use the equipment so we are having to change things up and train other employees that haven’t used cranes in the past”.  This is a big challenge for everyone and will remain so for the foreseeable future.

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 Light Duty Knuckle Picker Training

We often get to see some of the most unique crane applications there are when we do our HIAB picker training.  This one isn’t of a unit in North America, but I wish it was! The unit was designed in NL and not only was it installed on a non-traditional chassis, it’s a combination of tractor, combine chassis and all-terrain vehicle.  The crane is a Palfinger crane with a jib attached for added versatility. The downside to this is portability.  You simply can’t drive it down the roadway, it has to be transported on a truck/trailer combination, but I still think it’s one of the coolest picker units i’ve seen.  I’m not sure of the cost to build this unit,