Telescoping Boom with Cables
1B Operators may operate all equipment having telescoping boom and wire rope and all equipment listed in class 1C, Equipment with hydraulic telescoping booms and any other hydraulic equipment designed for the purpose of hoisting, excluding those with wire rope hoist lines and all equipment listed in class 1D, General industrial warehouse Fork Lift equipment primarily used in indoor facilities.
Course Material –
MGL c.146 INSPECTION OF BOILERS, AIR TANKS, ETC. LICENSES OF ENGINEERS, FIREMEN, AND OPERATORS OF HOISTING MACHINERY
520 CMR 6.00 HOISTING MACHINERY
520 CMR 14.00 EXCAVATION AND TRENCH SAFETY (Jackie's Law)
Occupational Safety & Health Administration, Standard 29 CFR 1926 - SAFETY AND HEALTH REGULATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION
Occupational Safety & Health Administration, Standard 29 CFR 1910 - OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS
THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS (ANSI) B30 overview/by reference
MGL c.82 s.40-40D inclusive
MGL c.82A EXCAVATION AND TRENCH SAFETY
MGL c.164 s.76D UTILITY UNDERGROUND PLANT DAMAGE PREVENTION SYSTEM
220 CMR 99.00 PROCEDURES FOR THE DETERMINATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF VIOLATIONS OF M.G.L. C.82, SEC.40
Course Topics -
Excavation and Trench Safety
Crane Load Charts. Slings, Statistics overview/Articles
The goal of a refresher or continuing educations is to provide a broad overview of some of the material available in the field. It is intended to spark your interest and remind you what is at risk every time you operate equipment. To that end this course is not intended to answer every question or take the place of any manufacturer’s guidelines, regulations or experience. It is your job to know the limitations of the equipment, regulations and your personal knowledge and ability.
This course provides the necessary continuing education for this license. This class is approved by the Department of Public Safety, license number HECE-000048.