HIAB type Light Duty Crane Training in Saskatchewan

HIAB Type Light Duty Picker Training in Saskatchewan It’s no secret that it’s certainly a lot quieter than it has been on the training front, however in Saskatchewan it’s actually picked up (no pun intended). Seems that businesses that are closer to the US border are seeing an uptick and that is a good thing for us and for them!   This was out in Southern Saskatchewan and while many businesses are further apart than those in Alberta, the folks are incredible and always willing to learn a thing or three!  The 1-ton crew truck are by and large, the most popular with cranes by HIAB, Palfinger, Fassi and Amco Veba the most seen and used in the west.  Hiab type

Light Duty Crane Training in Alberta and Saskatchewan

If your Company Has Any of the Cranes Shown in The Photo and You Want Training for Them. We provide On-Site training for your operators no matter where you are located in Alberta or Saskatchewan! Knuckle boom cranes are the most common of them, they are very versatile, are generally installed on a variety of trucks, equipment, boats, and so much more!  The brands we have trained our customers on are HIAB, Palfinger, Fassi, Ferrari, Copma and more!   Knuckle Boom Crane Safety Training The bigger your crane becomes it’s likely to have remote control on it for operations and this is by far the BEST scenario as you are always moving with the load being handled and not beside the

Saskatchewan Light Duty Picker Safety Training

There is much confusion surrounding the picker requirements in Saskatchewan. While I admit I have had a few conversations that have been confusing myself, it boils down to small pickers you see on the 1-ton trucks (see photo below), are considered “Power Mobile Equipment” and that as long as you don’t exceed 5.5 tons in lift capacity, you do need a certificate but NOT be in the Boom truck “B” program with the Saskatchewan Boom Truck Trade program. We provide our On site Light duty picker training (certification) throughout Saskatchewan with instructors located in North Battleford and Regina.  The program overview is as follows: 1 day in duration (morning is theory, afternoon is the practical testing) We use your picker

Saskatchewan Knuckle Picker Training

Some more clarity on what is necessary in Saskatchewan for small knuckle picker requirements: Per Sask OH&S, small knuckle pickers (less than 5.5-ton), and fall under PME or power mobile equipment. Now I had the talk about “crane” definition but because the cranes we provide training on are LESS than 5-tons, it defaults to PME. SO…that is section 153, part 11 and if you go further and look at table 14.1, it states the company has to ensure the operator is “competent” and provide proper tools and training to ensure the safety of that operator and those surrounding the operator. The Boom truck “A” and Boom truck “B” program applies to ‘stiff boom’ type cranes, be they carry deck, truck