This quiz will challenge your understanding of crane safety, whether you’re a seasoned expert or a novice eager to learn more. Crane safety is essential in many industries, including construction, warehousing, and others where heavy lifting is required.
From visual inspections and operator responsibilities to repair protocols and signaling methods, there’s much to consider when ensuring safe and effective crane operation. This quiz will take you through different scenarios and ask you to choose the safest, most compliant course of action.
Remember, the goal of this quiz isn’t just to test your knowledge but to highlight the importance of safety in crane operation. So, let’s dive in and see how much you know about crane safety. Good luck, and may your knowledge reach new heights!
Crane Safety Quiz
A visual inspection of a crane must be conducted _______ by a competent person.
What action must be taken prior to hoisting employees using a platform that has been repaired?
What must the crane operator do if a load is 90% or more of the maximum line pull is to be lifted?
You should not obey hand signals (besides a STOP signal) from any person other than the signal person.
Which of the following cranes have booms that consist of a series of folding, pin-connected structural members?
On which of these parts of a defective crane must “out of order” signs be placed?
What must occur to verify repair or adjustment of crane equipment meets developed criteria?
Those employees who are authorized to start/energize equipment must be trained in _____.
What is required if a crane is placed out of service?
These cranes have cable suspended latticed booms or hydraulic telescopic booms and are designed to be moved between operating locations.
Who is responsible for conducting shift and monthly crane inspections on a worksite?
What is the most common form of signaling for crane operations on construction sites?