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.
As un-certified riggers scramble to comply with an OSHA mandate that turns a once-optional certification into a requirement, The Crane School is offering CCO certified rigger courses to help tradesmen in all fields pass the stringent written and practical exams required for the certification.
With a rising number of business owners loosening their belts and ending hiring freezes, industry experts say they expect a steady demand for multidimensional workers who have successfully earned a signal persons 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.
New changes in regulations from OSHA is one of the top reasons The Crane School offers NCCCO Certification for Riggers to corporations of all sizes. If you need to have two employees or two hundred employees certified The Crane School is your source for accurate, easy to understand training that results in your riggers passing the NCCCO Practical and Operating exams for CCO certification.