Crane Operator SchoolsThe Crane School is one of the most effective and successful crane operator schools for training and certifying crane operators, riggers, and signalpersons.
What makes crane operator schools effective?
Being able to speak to students using terminology and words that they understand while providing in depth experience and knowledge from the field.
Bud Wilson, owner and instructor at The Crane School, has years of industry experience both in the field and in the classroom teaching crane operators. Wilson is able to communicate effectively with crane operators because he is one - he's spent more than 35 years as a crane operator with an accident free work history. Wilson has also provided consultation to attorneys and insurance companies regarding accident investigations. His extensive knowledge of crane operating and OSHA and ANSI/ASME regulations for governing lift equipment ensures that students are getting the best instruction available.
Why would your business need training from crane operator schools?
New rules instituted by OSHA require that crane operators and signalpersons must be certified by an accredited crane operator testing organization, such as the NCCCO, or qualified by an audited employer program. This new rule was published on July 28th, 2010 and will go into place on November 8th, 2010 and give employers an additional four years to comply with the crane operator provisions.
The reason for this new ruling is to reduce the number of fatalities associated with cranes in construction zones. The previous rule was based on 40 year old standards and it was recognized by many construction industry stakeholders that it was time to update these safety requirements. It is important that crane operators and signalpersons receive training from qualified crane operator schools that meet the requirements of OSHA' s new ruling. The Crane School, which fully endorses the national certification program offered by the NCCCO, will prepare candidates for the certification examinations and meets OSHA's requirements for crane operator schools.