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Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia’s Konecranes Training Institute will be conducting the following courses:

Our Konecranes Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Institute is one of our more unique training facilities, consultation centers, and inspection facilities. We consider this facility to be unique due to our partnership with the International Powered Access Federation to provide a Mobile Elevated Work Platform (MEWP), formally known as the Aerial Work Platform (AWP) operation. At this Institute, our team of crane specialists can inspect and provide a hands-on crane training experience. These experiences include rigging fundamentals, rigging inspection, MEWP operator training, overhead crane operator training, and various refresher courses. If you are in the Philadelphia region and your business, or a business you know, is using cranes, give us a call to protect your workers, or yourself, while on the job.

If you cannot come to our training facility, we offer on-site courses that allow your employees to use their own equipment, learn the fundamental traits that come with the job, and become NCCCO certified by OSHA's standards.


Tel: 610-321-2900

The Crane Operator Training Courses Offered at this Location Are:

371 Circle of Progress
Pottstown , PA
United States
Pennsylvania US

Courses in this location

E.g., June 19,2022
E.g., June 19,2022
July 26,2022

This 3-day overhead crane operator training course is highly recommended for Internal trainers and facility crane experts. This crane course covers all the OSHA/ASME requirements for overhead crane operation including the reasons behind the requirements.

July 26,2022

PRE-REQUISITE: 808T, 808TR or 808TRA completed within the last two (3) years

This course is a 3 day refresher course for previously certified operator trainers from Konecranes. This course will use either the Cab and Floor Crane Operator Course #808 or the Floor Crane Operator Course #808A as desired.

These courses cover all the OSHA/ASME requirements for overhead crane operation including the reasons behind the requirements. They begin with the fundamentals such as identification of major crane components and focuses on the safe and proper operation of the crane.

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