The best techniques and practices for lifting operations, in accordance with national and international standards.

Reason
Increasing demand for cargo hauling services and consequently by hand labor specialist for related activities, make it necessary to train professionals who can effectively meet this demand. Otherwise, it increases the risk that operations, which is totally undesirable.

Who is it for
All directly or indirectly involved in lifting and moving loads with terrestrial telescopic crane operations: operational managers, engineers, technicians, estimators, designers, crane operators, supervisors, engineers and safety technicians.

Objective
Provide fundamental knowledge to the student on key stages of reading development, procurement, receipt and inspection of rigging plans for operations with a telescopic crane on land, the usual charges.

Professors
100% of our professors are engineers with graduate degrees in engineering and extensive experience in the area.

Coordination and teachers
The technical coordination of the course is made by Leonardo Roncetti engineer, master’s and PhD in lifting operations from COPPE-UFRJ. All our teachers are civil or mechanical engineers with graduate degrees in engineering and extensive experience in lifting area.
 

Program:

 

• Definitions, standards and references.

• Units of measurement.

• Crane types.

• Parts and components of telescopic cranes.

• Fundamental concepts of mooring and lifting loads.

• Determination of weight and center of gravity.

• Steel ropes for slings: types, features and specifications.

• Accessories for slings.

• Wire rope slings: Sizing for the most used cases.

• Slings Straps: Sizing and use..

• Spreader Bars.

• Specification and proper use of accessories.

• Hoist sizing and passed cables

• Planning near power lines.

• Using crane load tables.

• Lifting load composition.

• Planning crane support on ground, near the walls and embankments.

• Calculation of force transmitted to the ground by the outriggers.

• Guidance on soil studies.

• Wind effect on the crane and load.

• Crane configuration.

• Lift planning with one telescopic crane.

• Rigging plan checklist.

• Rigging plan calculation report checklist.

• Technological innovations for creation of lifting designs.

• Application exercises.

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In class there are simulations in 3D electronic models with realistic operations of cranes, cargo, obstacles, vehicles and others. The books are colored and high quality.