From an employer representative’s point of view, select, filter and give a contract to a training provider for your different players (operators, riggers, mechanics, engineers, supervisors, etc) can be a daunting task. The tasks expected from your team members, workers or employer representatives, that plan and execute lifting operations are vital to the production, maintenance and continuity of your business.
Here are a few questions you should ask to determine which training provider will answer your specific needs:
This is the most common question. We must take into consideration that when you invest in training within your company, you are investing long term. Why? Because if ever an event occurs, you are in due diligence of the article 51 of the LSST. Furthermore, our training are certified by the Loi favorisant le développement et la reconnaissance des compétences de la main d’œuvre par la Commission des partenaires du marché du travail (CPMT) d’Emploi Québec.
This means that your company may benefit from a governmental financial program.
These questions will help you in your selection process when at first it appears that all training providers are the same. By your research, you will quickly discover major differences between different training providers.
Since the training provider industry is not controlled in Quebec, you will quickly realize that a lot will improvise themselves as crane and rigging experts but very few of them are.
Do not hesitate to contact KRANING, when our real expert trainers are engineers, who are insured therefore able to give technical advice in order to your company with all of your crane and rigging needs.