CUES Plans NCCCO Crane Training Classes in N.H.

Mon October 08, 2012 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


A student is maneuvering through the obstacle course for crane training while the instructor uses hand signals.
A student is maneuvering through the obstacle course for crane training while the instructor uses hand signals.
A student is maneuvering through the obstacle course for crane training while the instructor uses hand signals. An instructor looks on while a student guides a large heavy weight through an obstacle course using the crane’s controls.

CUES Inc. (Consolidated Utility Equipment Service) has scheduled crane training classes at its Amherst, N.H., location. The courses, which run from Oct. 15 to 19, are being led by Associated Training Services (ATS).

The training sessions will help participants learn the written material and the skills needed to pass written and practical exams on a variety of crane types. Classes also will include NCCCO (National Commission for Certification of Crane Operators) certification and mobile crane operator certification.

On Oct. 20, CUES will host a rigger/signalperson qualification program. This program meets the OSHA qualification standard and includes written and practical training and testing. A qualification compliance card is issued by Associated Training Services upon successful completion.

About CUES

CUES Inc., a New England truck equipment company for more than 40 years, has experience building work trucks for a multitude of customers in many industries. The company is the New England distributor of UTEM aerial lift products and aerial work platforms, and Elliott Equipment brand boom trucks.

CUES offers experience in installing and repairing aerial lift, crane and truck equipment. It also performs ANSI lift inspections, repairs and testing on thousands of aerial lifts of all makes and models on an annual basis, according to the company.

CUES has offices in Amherst, N.H., and North Franklin, Conn.

For more information, call 800/258-1010 (New Hampshire) or 800/526-3916 (Connecticut) or visit www.cuesequip.com.




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