SafeRack Equipment Training Program

Comprehensive, hands-on training with the latest technology in durable end-markets

World-class training courses combine classroom and in-plant instruction for operators, facility managers, sales professionals, and distributors. Students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to implement our diverse products while increasing safety, reducing risk, retaining critical staff, and improving overall performance at their facilities. Long-term expert support and Certificates of Achievement available upon completion of all courses.

Each course is $950 per person, with a limit of 12 attendees.
Courses and hands-on training will be conducted at the SafeRack Innovation Center in Andrews, South Carolina.

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Courses:

Loading Arm Operation & Maintenance 4008

Class Room

  • Loading arm design criteria and considerations
  • Fixed, variable, boom, parallel, jacketed/heated
  • Top and bottom loading/unloading
  • Materials of construction
  • Swivel Joint designs
  • Seal materials
  • Balance mechanisms
  • Power options
  • Closed and open fill
  • Loading arm accessories
  • Grounding & Overfill
  • Inspection

Certificate of Achievement on completion


In Plant

  • Safety considerations on the loading rack
  • Loading arm operation and handling
  • Visual inspection guide
  • Swivel joint inspection & maintenance (various manufacturers)
  • Torsion and Linear Spring Balance system inspection & maintenance
  • API coupler inspection and maintenance
  • Break-Away & Dry-Disconnect couplings
  • Seal replacement in-situ

Who Should Attend

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Access Gangway Operation & Maintenance 4009

Class Room

  • Access Gangway and cage applications and history
  • Design philosophy, criteria, codes and standards, materials of construction
  • Specific cage designs for different applications
  • Design criteria specific to different market segments (Chemical, Oil & Gas, Dry-Bulk etc)
  • Dock and Barge Gangways
  • Power options
  • Custom Gangways; what is possible?
  • Accessories
  • Installation, Operation and Maintenance

Certificate of Achievement on completion


In Plant

  • Safety considerations on the loading rack or at the dock
  • Gangway operation and handling, in relation to other equipment
  • Gangway inspection & maintenance
  • Alternative balance/power options, inspection & maintenance
  • Balancing manual gangways
  • Manufacturing process
  • Other accessories; Safelok, sensors, EZ Lift

Who Should Attend

Multi-Hatch Top Loading Applications 4010

Class Room

  • A detailed overview of terminal loading operations
  • Issues faced when Top Loading multiple hatches
  • Design issues to be aware of
  • Truck and rail application basic designs
  • Optional equipment
  • Standard V/s custom engineering
  • Drive configurations
  • Materials of construction
  • Design considerations canopy
  • Installation, operations & maintenance
  • Certificate of Achievement on completion

Certificate of Achievement on completion


In Plant

  • Overview of typical plant loading equipment by market segment
  • Operation of equipment in a safe environment
  • Preventative Maintenance considerations
  • Review of accessories
  • Review of key design considerations
  • Operation of the equipment in the event of power loss

Who Should Attend

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General Terminal Loading Safety 4011

Class Room

  • A detailed overview of terminal loading operations, covering road, rail, flat bed and barge loading operations
  • Interpretation of OSHA 1910
  • Slips/Trips & Falls by numbers
  • Potential hazards within the loading terminal
  • What to look out for
  • Prevention – how to design-in safety
  • Accessories designed to improve throughput and reduce potential hazards
  • Certificate of Achievement on completion

Certificate of Achievement on completion


In Plant

  • Overview of typical plant loading equipment
  • Barge Loading
  • Railcar Loading
  • ISO container loading
  • Cement/Dry-Bulk loading
  • Flat Bed trailer loading
  • Safety Gates
  • Cross-overs
  • Safety showers
  • Eyewash stations
  • Wheel chocks
  • Spill Containment

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The Area

SafeRack Equipment Training Center

Hands-on training will be conducted in Andrews, South Carolina at SafeRack’s Safety + Technology Center.


Training classes commence at 9 AM sharp and generally finish at 4 PM. Visitors should report to the Reception.

Directions
From Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR)
Heading South on 17 from Myrtle Beach / Litchfiled / Pawleys Island:

Follow signs to Georgetown. Stay on the 17 until it joins US-521N in Georgetown. The plant is 17 miles from Georgetown on your right

From the Charleston International Airport (CHS)
Heading North on 17 from Charleston / Mount Pleasant

Take the US17 N out of Charleston to Georgetown SC. In Georgetown turn left on the US-521N towards Andrews SC. The plant is 17 miles from Georgetown on your right

Hotels

Hotels in the area are limited. We would recommend that you consider the following:

Hampton Inn Georgetown-Marina
420 Marina Dr, Georgetown, SC 29440 – 20 minutes from the SafeRack plant

With a stay at Hampton Inn Georgetown – Marina, you’ll be centrally located in Georgetown, convenient to Rice Museum and Hobcaw Barony. This hotel is within the region of Pawleys Plantation and Caledonia Golf and Fish Club.

Hampton Inn Pawley’s Island
150 Willbrook Blvd, Pawleys Island, SC 29585 – 40 minutes from the plant

Located off Highway 17 in the Litchfield area, our hotel is just 20 minutes from Myrtle Beach. Explore the pristine shoreline renowned for its surf; go fishing in the surf or from the two marsh bridges. Book your next golfing trip here. Hampton Inn Pawley’s Island is within a few miles of several golf courses including Caledonia, True Blue, and Willbrook.

Things to Do

Georgetown


Surrounded by live oak lined streets, Downtown Historic Georgetown is the 3rd oldest city in the state and is filled with history, charm, and personality. It is a must-visit destination for waterfront shopping, dining, boating, fishing, historic tours, and ghost tours. It is also the perfect place for a destination wedding! If you are looking for fun things to do with the family, check out the events calendar and partake in our fun festivals, parades, and concerts. Also, remember to bring your camera to capture some of the best photographic opportunities in the South. You will be pleasantly surprised so don’t pass us by.

Charleston

Charleston, the South Carolina port city founded in 1670, is defined by its cobblestone streets, horse-drawn carriages, and pastel antebellum houses, particularly in the elegant French Quarter and Battery districts. The Battery promenade and Waterfront Park both overlook Charleston Harbor, while Fort Sumter, a federal stronghold where the first shots of the Civil War rang out, lies across the water.

Soaking in the ambiance of the brick-walked, Spanish-mossed downtown is Charleston’s to-do. Historic homes are also plentiful: The Nathaniel Russell House, Drayton Hall and Magnolia Plantation & Gardens are just a few examples. And if you want to pick up a few travel souvenirs – perhaps a sweetgrass basket – look no further than the Charleston City Market. There are even a few beaches in close proximity – Folly Beach and Isle of Palms, among others – ideal for warm-weather swimming and cold-weather strolling.

Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is where cherished memories are made along 60 miles of beautiful coastline. Discover stunning sunrises over the Atlantic Ocean, fun days at the beach, lush natural wonders, and grand new adventures. Savor our warm Southern hospitality, fresh coastal cuisine, and our unique flavor of fun. Cherish these moments together. Visit Myrtle Beach — where happiness comes in waves.