Crane Rigging and Signal Person
Do you know the critical components of a safe crane lift? Are your signal person's certified?
This is a one day class for both certifications
Correct Rigging and Signaling is is essential to make the lift safe. Understanding how to calculate load weights, sling angles, and knowing about wire rope are all critical for the Rigger. If you do not know the proper Rigging techniques, your load could be improperly attached and the Rigging could fail.
Learn the rejection criteria for wire rope and synthetic slings, how to rig an unstable load, and how to select the proper type of wire rope. When you complete this 8-hour course, you will be eligible for your company to make you a “Competent Rigger.” At the end of the course, you will also receive a 100-page reference manual.
This class also offers either in combination with rigging or as a stand-alone certification.
Additionally there is a "Train the Trainer" certification available for both Rigging and Signal Person that allows the attendee to qualify their own employees.
OSHA 10-Hour 2 day class
Learn fundamental construction safety procedures during this valuable 10-hour, OSHA recommended training. This is a two-day class. Participants must attend both days to receive a certificate of attendance.
This is a two day class:
Day One: Friday, March 29th, 2019 7am - 4pm
Day Two: Monday, April 1st, 2019 7am - 9:30am
Silica Competent Person Training
This course is a combination of silica awareness traning as well as the following additional items: Exposure control planning, regulated areas, respiratory protection and Table 1 review.
This is a 2 day class except for Re-Certifications which are day 1 only.
Effective October 1, 2008, all construction sites larger than 1 acre are required to monitor stormwater. Are you certified?
ECO 3 is proud to work with the Smart Association to offer Certified Erosion & Sediment Control Certification.
Learn about types of erosion and sedimentation. Understand the influential factors of erosion and regulatory requirements such as the Construction Stormwater General Permit. Study the SWPPP, Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan. Also, learn how to monitor, record, and report your construction site.
Learn the flagger's role and responsibilities, traffic control techniques, set up procedures, barricades, job site orientation, clothing requirements, and night flagging rules. Meets requirements for the Washington Administration Code (WAC) for Signaling and Flagger's WAC 296-155-305.
Each student that successfully completes the exam will receive a Flagger's Certification Card that is valid for 3 years and a Flagger's Manual, which is a terrific reference guide.