Online Safety Training
Leavitt Cranes offers over 50 knowledge based online safety training courses to our customers in both Canada and the USA. We feature a variety of online crane training courses available, as well as an extensive inventory of safety training courses for all industries from construction safety orientation to chainsaw and fire extinguisher safety. It is important to note, for some jurisdictions, select topics may require additional practical evaluation for certification.
Customers can purchase individual courses and businesses have the option of purchasing multiple courses or creating their own portal for training of employees.
Popular Online Safety Training Courses
This four hour online safety course covers the basics of rigging identification, steel slings, synthetic slings, rigging hardware, hitch capabilities and sling protection. Learn more or book your course.
The online crane training course covers mobile crane awareness. From anatomy of the crane to the importance of daily trip inspections, this course prepares operators for the 6 most common hazards associated with mobile crane operation. Learn more or book your course.
Designed to provide workers with the knowledge needed to help minimize fall hazards and protect against serious injury. This course covers the importance of fall protection, fall pro systems, components, calculations, planning and procedures. Learn more or book your course.
This online overhead crane training course covers types of overhead cranes and lifting devices, how to inspect and safely operate them, recognizing common hazards, as well as electrical systems and warning labels. Learn more or book your course.
Designed for mobile crane operators, this online training course covers important aspects of rough terrain cranes, including components, hazards, rigging and operations. Regardless of the size of your crane this course covers it all. Learn more or book your course.
This online safe slinging and rigging course covers the practices and techniques to safely sling and rig loads according to the CSA (Canadian Standards Association) Z150-98 regulation. This course also adheres to ANSI (American National Standards Institute) and ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) standards. Learn more or book your course.