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Signal Person Trainee Guide

Signal Person Trainee GuidePhysical Product
  • By NCCER
  • Pub. Date: Jan 19, 2011 by Pearson.
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-215454-4
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-215454-3

Student/Retail Price: $66.65

Institutional/Business Price: $49.99

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  • Description
  • Table of Contents

This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes: Communication, Basic Principles of Cranes, and Crane Safety.

 

Instructor Supplements

Instructors: Product supplements may be ordered directly through OASIS at http://oasis.pearson.com. For more information contact your Pearson NCCER/Contren Sales Specialist at http://nccer.pearsonconstructionbooks.com/store/sales.aspx.  

·    Annotated Instructor's Guide (AIG) Paperback (Includes access code for Instructor Resource Center) 978-0-13-215455-0

·    TestGen Software and Test Questions - Available for download from  www.nccercontrenirc.com. Access code comes in AIG and also available separately. 

·    Additional TestGen Software Access Code Cards 978-0-13-257612-3

·    PowerPoint® Presentation Slides 978-0-13-257344-3

    

 

 

Table of Contents

(Total Level Hours: 40)

 

53101-11 Communication (10 Hours)

Describes the communication process between the rigger and the crane operator. Covers electronic communication as well as

ASME hand signals for mobile, tower, and overhead cranes.

 

38204-11 Basic Principles of Cranes (15 Hours; from Intermediate Rigger)

 

21104-04 Crane Safety (15 Hours; from Mobile Crane Operator Level One)

 

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