hoist operator course
3-day Course Outline
Taking our course will ensure that you are well prepared to handle the everyday duties that a certified hoist operator will encounter on the job.
Introduction to hoist operations along with a thorough power point presentation covering all regulations, laws, and daily checks that need to be performed. Students will be presented with many scenarios and examples of possible situations that arise daily on the jobsite, and what they need to do, and what NOT to do.
The second day of our course focuses on hands-on training, involving the actual operation of a hoist. Students will be given thorough instructions with the hoist itself and will be required to wear PPE whenever they go out in the hoist.
Final day of the course – Students will review material with the instructor before completing a practical exam on the hoist and a written multiple choice exam. Students are required to pass both exams in order to receive the declaration that confirms they have completed 21 hours of hoist operator training which Technical Safety BC requires each person to have before applying for certification.
How to Register
To register for the three-day hoist operator course, call the number below or reach out to us via email.
Write the Technical Safety
BC Test Online
The Technical Safety BC exam can now be written online in roughly 45 minutes to an hour and a half. When applying to take the test online, students should be aware that the fee to write the exam is not included in our course fee.
Is English Your Second Language?
We provide scribe services for ESL students. Our scribe services include verbal tests, in which the questions are explained, and up to an extra 21 hours of training time at no additional cost.
For more information call: 604-427-2161
About our Instructors
Mark has been in the construction industry since 1972 and has worked on a range of projects over the years, including building the hydro-electric turbine at the Revelstoke Dam. He is an automotive, commercial truck, and heavy-duty mechanic, as well as a millwright, machinist, and designer. Mark recently received his 30-year pin with the Operating Engineers.
Steve has been in the industry since 1993 and worked his way up from the bottom to the top. He is Tall Crane Equipment’s Hoist Superintendent. As the main instructor, he teaches the theory part of the course and he oversees the written exam.