Crane safety training prepares mobile crane operators with the correct safety training to operate cranes with 2000 pounds, or above lifting capacity being used on construction sites. When in a construction process you must be certified by an accredited crane operator testing organization. Crane safety training offers mobile crane training and certification for crane operators, meeting OSHA requirements. Our two to three-day prep class will help crane operators pass the required written test.
Our trainers are knowledgable and experienced crane-trained safety operators. Students must pass an operator core exam and a specialty exam. We help individuals or companies through the certification process. Our team will assist in the administration of processing applications and scheduling written test dates as well as practical test dates. Our one-stop-shop makes it more convenient for businesses and individuals. Crane safety training can be done at your site or ours. Open enrollment sites are available throughout the United States.Enroll Today
(a) The employer must ensure that; prior to operating any equipment covered under subpart CC, the person is operating the equipment during a training period in accordance with paragraph (f) of this section, or the operators are qualified or certified to operate the equipment in accordance with the following: (1) When a nonmilitary government entity issues operator licenses for equipment covered under subpart CC, and that government licensing program meets the requirements of paragraphs (e)(2) and j) of this section, the equipment operator must either be: (i) licensed by that government entity for operation of equipment within that entity jurisdiction; or (ii) qualified in compliance with paragraph (d) of this section. (2) Where paragraph (a)( 1) of this section is not applicable, the certification or qualification must comply with one of the options in paragraphs (b) through (d) of this section. (3) Exceptions Operator qualification or certification under this section is not required for operators of derricks (see 1926.1436) side boom cranes (see 1926.1440), or equipment with a maximum manufacturer-rated hoisting/lifting capacity of 2,000 pounds or less (see 1926-1441). (4) Whenever operator qualification or certification is required under 1926.1427, the employer must provide the qualification or certification at no cost to operators who are employed by the employer on [INSERT DATE 90 DAYS AFTER DATE OF PUBLICATION IN THE FEDERAL REGlSTER]. Option (1): Certification by an accredited crane operator testing organization.
The safety of equipment operations depends in situation on signals given to the operator. It is critical that the operator understand the signals given, and the signals person must therefore be able to give clear, accurate and appropriate signals that clearly conveyed the needed information.
Rigging safety training courses for riggers and signalpersons must pass a core exam and a specialty exam in order to comply with FED OSHA standard 29 CFR 1926.1427. All Purpose Crane Training helps individuals or companies through the rigging training and certification process and our team is always ready. Contact us today at 888 501-1355 and get a free quote today.
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