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NCCCO Certification Class for Mobile Crane Operators in Jacksonville, FL
The prep class is June 2-3, 2018 and this includes one practical exam June 1 for the Fixed or Swing Cab or Lattice Boom. The written exam is Computer-Based Testing. Download the flyer for more information!
Qualified Rigger/Signalperson Courses at The Crane School
As unqualified rigger/signalperson scramble to comply with an OSHA mandate that turns a once-optional qualified into a requirement, The Crane School is offering In-House Qualification rigger/signalperson courses to help tradesmen in all fields pass the stringent written and practical exams required for the Qualified Training Program Offered.
With a rising number of business owners loosening their belts and ending hiring freezes, industry experts say they expect a steady demand for multi-dimensional workers who have successfully earned a Rigger and Signalperson Qualification.
The Crane School Offers Riggers/Signalpersons In-House Qualification
Changes in regulations from OSHA is one of the top reasons The Crane School offers In-House Qualification for rigger/signalperson to corporations of all sizes. If you need to have two employees or two hundred employees Qualified The Crane School is your source for accurate, easy to understand training that results in your rigger/signalpersons passing the Written and Practical test exams for In-House Qualification. Download the flyer for more information.
The Crane School A Leader in Crane Operators NCCCO Certification
One study, conducted by Cal-OSHA researchers, showed an 80 percent drop in crane-related fatalities after a mandate forced a state-wide crane operators NCCCO certification. The results were recorded over the three-year period from 2005 to 2008; the same period that followed the State of California’s certification requirement and not long after catastrophic job site accidents forced industry officials to reevaluate the existing regulations.
Regulations set by OSHA require that all crane operators, signalpersons, and riggers are qualified under its new rule, which went into effect on November 8th, 2010. The Crane School meets and exceeds OSHA’s Operator standards for all training programs.