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Oct. 29, 12pm EST  

Training Signal Persons

OSHA regulations state that a qualified signal person is required when: the point of operation is not in full view of the operator, the operator's view is obstructed in the direction the equipment is traveling and when either the operator or the person handling the load determines that a signal person is needed because of site-specific safety concerns. Since each job is different, a signal person must be equipped for any job on which he or she is working, which requires background knowledge and training. Kenny Shinn of K.J. Shinn, Inc. will guide you through the history of hand and voice signals, current OSHA regulations and requirements, certification versus qualification plus training and testing options. By attending this webinar, you will be better prepared how to improve skills, knowledge and safety consciousness of your signal persons to execute safely and effectively on jobsites.

 

Speaker: Kenny Shinn, K.J. Shinn, Inc.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

12 pm Eastern

 

Price: Free for Members

$49 for non-members

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Nov. 19, 12pm EST  

Mega Loads: Planning and Execution

Following the rules and regulations for routine loads in the transportation industry are by no means an easy task, but when that load becomes a super or mega load, the stakes to complete the job safely become much higher. Manufacturers believe that mega loads are an inexpensive and faster way to assemble and transport large equipment over long distances. However, as loads increase in dimensions and weight to be considered a mega load the rules and restrictions to complete escalade. Speaker, Derek McEwan of Mammoet Canada Western Ltd., will cover the guidelines of completing a mega load from planning to execution. Register your drivers now so they can learn the number of escort vehicles needed, Hours of Service restrictions, bridge movement limitations and more.

 

Speaker: Derek McEwan, Director Operations, Transport Division, Mammoet Canada Western Ltd.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

12 pm Eastern

 

Price: Free for Members

$49 for non-members

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Previous Webinars

If you're an SC&RA member and are interested in viewing a past webinar recording, contact Jillian Williams, jwilliams@scranet.org or call (703)-698-0291 X580

     
09/10/14   Load Securement Tips & Techniques
08/13/14   Multi-Crane Lifts
07/16/14   Technology - Boom or Bust for Specialized Transportation
06/18/14   Mobile Technology - Why Your Business Needs to Embrace it Now
05/14/14   Options for Healthcare with ABR/Benovate
04/16/14   Truck Litigation Trends
03/12/14   Recruiting from the Military
02/12/14   Legal Impact of CSA Ratings
01/15/14   ASME - B30.3-2012 Changes that Affect Your Business and Projects
12/11/13   2014 Economic & Industry Forecast Webinar
11/20/13   Transportation Contract Review
10/23/13   What’s Up with OSHA’s Crane Personnel Qualifications?
09/04/13   Permitting Priorities
08/13/13   Crane Stabilization
07/24/13   CSA Motor Carrier Compliance
06/20/13   "Drug Testing: Compliance Creates Opportunity"
05/22/13   View from Capitol Hill:  Current Federal Highway Funding & Policy Issues
04/24/13   Creative and Effective Ways to Hire and Retain Skilled Personnel
03/20/13   Safety Program Essentials
02/13/13   Transportation Roadblocks
01/24/13   2013 Changes in the Worker's Compensation Experience Modification Rate
01/22/13   Industry Benchmark, Financial Management
12/12/12   Virginia Hauling Permit Training Webinar
12/05/12   Economic Year In Review And Forecast
11/07/12   Buying Used Equipment: Financial Safety First
10/17/12   How to Survive an OSHA Inspection
09/18/12   Marketing Your Company to the Media and Community
08/28/12   Evaluating Insurance Needs, Trends and Costs
07/11/12    Navigating the Minefield of Carrier Compliance
06/13/12   Crane Care - Guidelines for Good Clean Livin'
05/23/12   "Someday this will all be yours" requires a plan
04/11/12   Crisis Management - Effective Strategies for Dealing with the Unexpected
03/14/12   Understanding Personnel Responsibilities within the Crane Industry
02/15/12   Debt Restructuring for Cranes & Other Heavy Equipment
01/25/12   Trends, Successes and Current Permitting Priorities
12/07/11   Economic Year in Review and Forecast
11/02/11   Power Line Safety for Crane Operations
10/12/11   Preparing a Quality Insurance Submission
09/14/11   Cargo Securement – Leading Violations & Alternative Applications
08/17/11   Bills of Lading – Key Considerations & Common Errors
07/27/11   Loss Trends for Crane, Rigging & Specialized Transportation Industry
06/15/11   Tower Cranes: How OSHA 1926.1400 Affects Operations
05/18/11   CSA- Compliance, Safety, Accountability
04/27/11   It's A Brave New World: Changing Employment & Labor Law Landscape of 2011
03/09/11   Handling a Catastrophic Accident:  How to Protect You and Your Company
02/16/11   Exhibiting Success – Maximize Your Marketing at a Tradeshow
01/26/11   Crane Operator Certification
12/09/11   OSHA’s New Cranes & Derricks Standard
     
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