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Objective


This training provides the participant with an overview of the load lifting equipment, more specifically, mobile cranes (over conveyors, trucks, off-road) indicating the nomenclature used and giving an overview of the basic performance of this type of equipment.

  • Target audience: Authorized Service, Staff, People interested in understanding the basic concepts related to cranes.
  • Duration: 1 day
  • Number of vacancies: 4 to 6 vacancies
  • Location: Terex University or "in company"
  • Dates: Check Training Schedule

Program content

  • Description of the types of cranes.
  • General definitions and cranes nomenclature.

Objective


This training provides the participant with the knowledge needed to act on the operation supervision area using load lifting equipment, more specifically, mobile cranes (over conveyors, trucks, off-road). From physical to basic math aspects related to cranes operation and load lifting up to more sophisticated concepts, but also essential to mobile cranes operation. All participants who reach an average over 80% in assessments performed on training will receive the training certificate, according to NR11 an NR18.

  • Target audience: Authorized Service and Staff
  • Duration: 1 day
  • Number of vacancies: 4 to 6 vacancies
  • Location: Terex University or "in company"
  • Dates: Under request: 1 877 MYTEREX

Program content

  • Lock out - Tag Out Applied to Cranes.
  • Working at height.
  • Preparation to Operation, Leveling and Distribution of the Load on the Ground.
  • “Real Life” and Accidents.
  • Data Log.
  • Overturning and Negative Overturning.
  • Structural Changes and Overturning Loads.
  • Operation.
  • Configurations.
  • Safety Devices.
  • Wind Speed.
  • Calculation of the Load Value.
  • Load Fastening.
  • Manual Signaling.
  • Working with Hamper.
  • Scope Limitation.
  • Working in Special Climate Conditions.

Objective


This training provides the participant with the knowledge needed to operate the necessary knowledge to operate mobile cranes and supervise operation using load lifting equipment, more specifically, cranes over conveyors, truck and off-road. From physical to basic math aspects related to cranes operation and load lifting up to more sophisticated concepts, but also essential to mobile cranes operation.

  • Target audience: Cranes operators, operation and maintenance supervisors, Field technicians
  • Duration: 6 days
  • Number of vacancies: 4 to 6 vacancies
  • Location: Terex University or "in company"
  • Dates: Check Training Schedule

Program content

  • Cranes and Their Components.
  • Load Tables.
  • Physics applied to the Crane.
  • Involved Risks and Operation Safety.
  • Crane Operation.
  • Load Weight.
  • Lifting Materials.
  • Responsibilities.
  • Practical Training (Crane/Simulator)
  • Presentation of the Equipment.
  • Operation/Assembly of the Crane’s Components.
  • Operation Practices.
  • Critical Operations.

Objective


This training aims to familiarize with the equipment in all aspects of its project and functionalities, reading and understanding the electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems of the equipment enable the participant to perform preventive and corrective maintenances.

  • Target audience: Engineers and Service Technicians
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Number of vacancies: 5 to 8 vacancies
  • Location: Terex University or "in company"
  • Dates: Check Training Schedule

Program content

  • Presentation of the equipment and its components in the classroom.
  • Test and practical visualization of the equipment and its components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the electrical system components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the pneumatic scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the pneumatic system components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the hydraulic scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the hydraulic system components in one equipment available.
  • Overload system, components and performance.
  • Preventive maintenance of the equipment.

Objective


This training aims to familiarize with the equipment in all aspects of its project and functionalities, reading and understanding the electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems of the equipment training the participant to perform preventive and corrective maintenances and calibrations. Performing equipment software modifications, programming control computers and overload systems.

  • Target audience: Engineers and Service Technicians
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Number of vacancies: 5 to 8 vacancies
  • Location: Terex University or "in company"
  • Dates: Check Training Schedule

Program content

  • Presentation of the equipment and its components in the classroom.
  • Test and practical visualization of the equipment and its components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the electrical system components in one equipment available.
  • Addressing and calibration of the equipment’s sensors.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the pneumatic scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the pneumatic system components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the hydraulic scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the hydraulic system components in one equipment available.
  • Adjustment of the equipment circuits pressures.
  • Overload system, components and performance.
  • Calibration of the calibration system of the equipment.
  • How to perform software modifications and load in Greer and 3B6 computers.
  • Preventive maintenance of the equipment.

Objective


This training aims to familiarize to the equipment in all aspects of its project and functionalities, as well as reading and understanding the electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems of the equipment, training the participant to perform preventive and corrective maintenances.

  • Target audience: Engineers and Service Technicians
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Number of vacancies: 5 to 8 vacancies
  • Location: Terex University or "in company"
  • Dates: Check Training Schedule

Program content

  • Presentation of the equipment and its components in the classroom.
  • Test and practical visualization of the equipment and its components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the electrical system components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the pneumatic scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the pneumatic system components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the hydraulic scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the hydraulic system components in one equipment available.
  • Overload system, components and performance.
  • Preventive maintenance of the equipment.

Objective

This training aims to familiarize to the equipment in all aspects of its project and functionalities, as well as reading and understanding the electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems of the equipment, training the participant to perform preventive and corrective maintenances and calibrations.

  • Target audience: Engineers and Service Technicians
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Number of vacancies: 5 to 8 vacancies
  • Location: Terex University or "in company"
  • Dates: Check Training Schedule

Program content

  • Presentation of the equipment and its components in the classroom.
  • Test and practical visualization of the equipment and its components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the electrical system components in one equipment available.
  • Addressing and calibration of the equipment’s sensors.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the pneumatic scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the pneumatic system components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the hydraulic scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the hydraulic system components in one equipment available.
  • Adjustment of the equipment circuits pressures.
  • Overload system, components and performance.
  • Calibration of the equipment’s overload systems.
  • How to perform software modifications and load in Greer computers.
  • Preventive maintenance of the equipment.

Objective


This training aims to familiarize to the equipment in all aspects of its project and functionalities, as well as reading and understanding the electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems of the equipment, training the participant to perform preventive and corrective maintenances and calibrations.

  • Target audience: Engineers and Service Technicians
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Number of vacancies: 5 to 8 vacancies
  • Location: Terex University or "in company"
  • Dates: Check Training Schedule

Program content

  • Presentation of the equipment and its components in the classroom.
  • Test and practical visualization of the equipment and its components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the electrical system components in one equipment available.
  • Addressing and calibration of the equipment’s sensors.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the pneumatic scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the pneumatic system components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the hydraulic scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the hydraulic system components in one equipment available.
  • Adjustment of the equipment circuits pressures
  • Overload system, components and performance.
  • Calibration of the calibration system do equipment.
  • Preventive maintenance of the equipment.

Objective


This training aims to familiarize to the equipment in all aspects of its project and functionalities, as well as reading and understanding the electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems of the equipment, training the participant to perform preventive and corrective maintenances and calibrations.

  • Target audience: Engineers and Service Technicians
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Number of vacancies: 5 to 8 vacancies
  • Location: Terex University or "in company"
  • Dates: Check Training Schedule

Program content

  • Presentation of the equipment and its components in the classroom.
  • Test and practical visualization of the equipment and its components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the electrical system components in one equipment available.
  • Addressing and calibration of the equipment’s sensors.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the pneumatic scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the pneumatic system components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the hydraulic scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the hydraulic system components in one equipment available.
  • Adjustment of the equipment circuits pressures
  • Overload system, components and performance.
  • Calibration of the calibration system do equipment.
  • Preventive maintenance of the equipment.

Objective


This training aims to familiarize to the equipment in all aspects of its project and functionalities, as well as reading and understanding the systems of the equipment, training the participant to perform preventive and corrective maintenances and calibrations.

  • Target audience: Engineers and Service Technicians
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Number of vacancies: 5 to 8 vacancies
  • Location: Terex University or "in company"
  • Dates: Check Training Schedule

Program content

  • Presentation of the equipment and its components in the classroom.
  • Test and practical visualization of the equipment and its components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the electrical system components in one equipment available.
  • Overload system, components and performance.
  • Calibration of the calibration system do equipment.
  • Preventive maintenance of the equipment.

Objective


This training aims to familiarize to the equipment in all aspects of its project and functionalities, as well as reading and understanding the systems of the equipment, training the participant to perform preventive and corrective maintenances and calibrations.

  • Target audience: Engineers and Service Technicians
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Number of vacancies: 5 to 8 vacancies
  • Location: Terex University or "in company"
  • Dates: Check Training Schedule

Program content

  • Presentation of the equipment and its components in the classroom.
  • Test and practical visualization of the equipment and its components in one equipment available.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical scheme of the equipment.
  • Test and practical visualization of the electrical system components in one equipment available.
  • Overload system, components and performance.
  • Calibration of the calibration system do equipment.
  • Preventive maintenance of the equipment.

Objective

This training will provide current knowledge about the human error and how it can be reduced. The training is focused on the human error related to undesired behaviors (habits), what causes it, and how to correct this behavior effectively. All participants who reach an average over 80% in assessments performed on training will receive the training certificate.

  • Target audience: Engineers and Service Technicians
  • Duration: 1 day
  • Number of vacancies: 4 to 12 vacancies
  • Location: Terex University or "in company"
  • Dates: Under Request

Program content

  • List of Critical Behavior.
  • Safe Culture and KPIs.
  • Environment Awareness (visual).
  • Employee observes Employee.
  • Training to observe.
  • Frequent Observation of Employees to Identify Unsafe Behavior.
  • The power of the mind.
  • Habits and Behavior.
  • Introduction to Risk.
  • Human Failure.
  • Continuous Improvement.

Objective

This training will provide insight into the risks involved in crane maintenance activities, explaining that, in many occasions during the procedures of maintenance or other non-routine activities, there is a need for the removal or deactivation of protection devices. Providing a view to the participant of when, how and with what tools to perform the Lock Out and Tag Out of the equipment, ensuring that these activities will be performed safely and effectively. All participants who reach an average of more than 80% in the assessments performed in the training will receive a training certificate.

  • Target audience: Engineers and Service Technicians
  • Duration: 1 day
  • Number of vacancies: 4 to 12 vacancies
  • Location: Terex University or "in company"
  • Dates: Under request: 1 877 MYTEREX

Program content

  • Lock out, Tag out – Definitions.
  • Lock out, Tag out – When we are going to use it.
  • Energy – Definition and Dangers.
  • Lock out, Tag out – First Steps.
  • Lock out, Tag out – What is necessary?
  • Lock out, Tag out – Who can carry it out?
  • Lock out, Tag out – How should it be carried out?
  • Release.

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