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Boom Truck Safety
Certification Online

If you’re going to be a boom truck operator, it’s crucial that you have a deep understanding of how to use and maintain these awesome machines. We’ll take you through inspection, operation, maintenance, load chart interpretation, and everything you need to know to become a safe and knowledgeable boom truck operator. The best employers won’t entrust their boom trucks to just anybody, so prove you take your CSA and I-CAB regulations seriously by taking care of your boom truck safety certificate today.

Will This Course Satisfy CSA and I-CAB Requirements
& Regulations?

YES. Velocity Training’s approximately 2 hour boom truck safety online course is designed to bring you into compliance and satisfy knowledge and safety requirements for the following regulations:

  • CSA Standard Z150-1998
  • I-CAB Competency Development Resource

How Do I Get My Boom Truck Safety Certification and Ticket?

Ready to get your boom truck safety certification card in Alberta or any other province for an upcoming job? Good news — there’s never been a better time to take care of your boom truck safety training in a way that’s convenient, interesting, and gets you ready and compliant for your next job! At the end of our approximately 2 hour course, you’ll simply print out your certificate and boom truck safety ticket as proof of full completion of your boom truck safety training requirement.

Online Boom Truck Safety Course Preview

What are you waiting for? Take care of your Boom Truck Safety certification quickly and easily with a fun, engaging online course from Velocity Training!

Boom Truck Safety Course Topics

  • Hydraulic boom truck components
  • Net capacity and total load calculations
  • Types of inspections
  • Safe operating practices
  • Pre-lift hazard assessments
  • Outrigger usage
  • Crane owner, operator, and supervisor responsibilities
  • Rigging
  • Load chart components
  • Standard crane hand signals

Complete the Course on Any Device

This course was created using standards that will allow playback on most internet capable devices with standard web browsing capabilities, including Apple’s iPad and iPhone, as well as most other smartphones and tablets including those with Android and Windows operating systems.