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According to labor statistics, there are roughly 40,000 crane operators in the United States. That means 40,000 people ostensibly went through crane safety training, right? Construction safety courses are crucially important to making sure people who work construction do not suffer serious injury. Companies that offer OSHA training are the best suited construction companies for whom to work.

Cranes were used by the Ancient Greeks. They used donkeys or men to power their cranes, whereas we use more advanced equipment today. In addition, the famous Italian artist Leonardo Da Vinci actually sketched what looks like a steel chain all the way back in the fifteenth century. In short, the major staples of construction we take for granted were created a while ago by some innovative thinkers.

Cranes can also use rope, mainly wire rope. Wire rope is made of strands of usually steel wire twisted into a helix shape. There can also be double braid rope, rope with an inner and outer braid. The inner braid fiber is chosen for strength, while the outer braid fiber is chosen for resistance to abrasion. Together, it creates a powerful rope that usually can hold anything. After all, you cannot very easily cut steel.

Most construction companies will offer OSHA training to ensure that all employees are up to date with things such as material handling, heavy equipment training and overall construction safety training. Being informed of everything you can do to stay safe and healthy is the best way to both keep your job and excel through your work.
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Comments (6)

  • Chris Parks

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    I have one major problem with construction companies. Why are they always working on the road, but no work ever gets done? It is the ultimate paradox of life. I just cant get how they are there for years straight and never move.

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  • Charlotte Miller

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    I agree with that comment. I live in an area right off the highway, and I have to drive through construction every day to work. I swear, in a span of five months the workers may have moved less than 50 yards. It makes no sense.

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  • Henry Tate

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    I agree with that comment. I live in an area right off the highway, and I have to drive through construction every day to work. I swear, in a span of five months the workers may have moved less than 50 yards. It makes no sense.

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  • Bill Oldson

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    I agree with that comment. I live in an area right off the highway, and I have to drive through construction every day to work. I swear, in a span of five months the workers may have moved less than 50 yards. It makes no sense.

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  • Leslie Carpenter

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    I agree with that comment. I live in an area right off the highway, and I have to drive through construction every day to work. I swear, in a span of five months the workers may have moved less than 50 yards. It makes no sense.

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  • Peter Garcia

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    I agree with that comment. I live in an area right off the highway, and I have to drive through construction every day to work. I swear, in a span of five months the workers may have moved less than 50 yards. It makes no sense.

    Reply

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