CE-500 Overhead Crane Electrical Maintenance – Dayton

Course #: CE-500
Course Length (Days): 2 days with option for 3 days of hands on.


Who Should Attend: Overhead crane maintenance personnel, maintenance managers
Required for Successful Completion: Pass written examination.
Course Description: This training is intended for anyone who is responsible for maintaining and troubleshooting the electrical components of overhead cranes and hoists. The training will provide information on electrical crane component adjustments, troubleshooting, repairs and replacements for the purpose of safe and proficient operation of overhead cranes and hoists. This training applies to top running overhead bridge cranes, gantry cranes, monorails, underhung overhead hoists and jib cranes. Maintenance, preventative maintenance, adjustments, repairs and replacements are taught in accordance with OSHA and ASME requirements.
Topics Covered: Terminology & Definitions
OSHA & National Consensus Standards Overview
OSHA §1910.179, ASME B30.2, NEC 610 and CMAA electrical regulations overview.
Crane electrical maintenance Safety
Crane Electrical Components Maintenance Procedures
Crane Electrical Components troubleshooting Procedures
Component Electrical symbol identification
Electrical drawing and schematic reading and troubleshooting
VFD overview and troubleshooting
Motor maintenance and troubleshooting
Crane Power distribution maintenance and troubleshooting
Electrical tools fundamentals
Crane Speed control Fundamentals
Applicable Regulations & Standards: OSHA §1910.179 “Overhead and Gantry Cranes”
ASME B30.2 “Overhead and Gantry Cranes”
ASME B30.16 “Overhead, Underhung and Stationary Hoists”
ASME B30.17 “Cranes and Monorails (with Underhung Trolley or Bridge)”
CMMA Specification #74 “Specifications for Top Running & Under Running Single Girder Electric Traveling Cranes Utilizing Under Running Trolley Hoist”
CMAA Specification #70 “Specifications for Top Running Bridge & Gantry Type Multiple Girder Electric Overhead Traveling Cranes”
NEC 610 – Article 610 of the national electric code is for cranes and hoists

Seminar Flyer (PDF)

14 days prior to training will receive a full refund. If less than 14 days, a refund of 75% will be issued. If there is a no call and no show, no refund will be issued.


Sep 27 - 28 2022


8:00 am - 4:00 pm




851 Commerce Center Dr, Franklin, OH 45005
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