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Crane Operator Certification


NCCCO Foundation Launches 'Most Similar Certifications' Directory

The NCCCO Foundation announced the launch of a web-based directory designed to help employers navigate OSHA's rules on crane operator qualifications. The Most Similar Certifications Directory is designed to assist employers in selecting the most appropriate operator certification for a particular crane when no specific accredited certification is available....


Evaluating Crane Operator Evaluations

To assess the degree of understanding and compliance of OSHA's 2018 crane operator qualification rule, and to gauge their approach to operator evaluation, the NCCCO Foundation surveyed crane operator employers....


Keeping OSHA at Bay — How to Properly Evaluate Your Operators

This is the third article covering OSHA's three steps to operator qualification. The first, "OSHA Takes Training to a Higher Level," (Crane Hot Line, June 2019, page 12) covers OSHA's expansion of operator training....


Misunderstanding Crane Operator Certification

Crane operator certification is the second of OSHA'S three steps to operator qualification. By now, most people who use cranes are aware that crane operator certification is firmly established as federal law....


OSHA Takes Training to a Higher Level

It finally happened. After almost ten years, on December 10, 2018, OSHA implemented the Crane Operator Certification law and licensing for those states requiring an operator license. But, that's not all they did!In addition to implementing this law, OSHA upped the ante for training and raised the stakes even higher by mandating an Employer Operator Evaluation that went effect on April 15, 2019....






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