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National Commission - Certification of Crane Operators
The Crane School fully endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and will prepare candidates for the certification examinations.
Phone:  386-668-8887
Fax:  386-624-7789
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My experience with The Crane School was second to none! I have been to numerous crane and rigging courses and found Bud Wilson to be the most informative instructor with hands on knowledge. He talks in operator terminology. If someone was to ask me where to go to be trained to pass the CCO exam; my answer would be The Crane School with Bud Wilson! Thank you!
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Crane Training School

If you need a crane training school to train and certify your crane operators then look no further than The Crane School. Our training programs are designed to help candidates prepare for and pass the NCCCO certification exams.

Why choose a crane training school for your employees?
To increase workplace safety and the prevention of workplace accidents.  Having your crane operators attend a crane training school program for CCO certification will ensure that your company is using qualified crane operators who have demonstrated their skills and crane operating knowledge by testing through an independent, accredited certification program.

Accidents involving cranes or crane operators can be serious, costly, and even result in fatalities. By requiring your employees to attend a crane training school that meets and exceeds all requirements by ASME/ANSI and OSHA, you are investing in your workers and doing your part to reduce or eliminate unnecessary workplace accidents. 

Examples of Crane Related Accidents
In March of 2010,  New York City officials suspended the license of a crane operator who had been operating a 250-foot-high crane that crashed into a 25-story building in Lower Manhattan.  No one was hurt but five nearby buildings were evacuated and investigators immediately began looking into the cause of this accident. The crane operator had failed to secure the crane properly before leaving the site for the day.  The crane then slowly listed and crashed into the building at 80 Maiden Lane with workers spending all night to remove and fix it. 

This story was featured in the New York Times. In addition to that, the companies who hired the contractors, the crane's operating company, and the crane's owner were all under fire for the accident that occurred in New York City.

This accident brings to light the importance of proper training for crane operators.  This accident occurred exactly two years after a pair of fatal crane accidents left nine people dead. The Rigger who was responsible for securing the crane that fell faced seven counts of  manslaughter but was acquitted at his trial. These accidents were highly publicized and uncovered corruption among a government official who was caught accepting bribes in return for falsifying crane operators licenses. Since these accidents, the Department of Buildings had increased it's training requirements for crane operators and inspectors since the collapse.

Requiring certification from a top crane training school shows proper due diligence for contracting and construction companies who employ crane operators. Crane accidents are very serious but can be prevented with the proper training and  implementation of workplace safety rules by employers. Learn more about the benefits of using a crane training school to train and qualify your crane operators by contacting The Crane School today.
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