Beginning November 10, 2018, OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1926.1427 Subpart CC required that all construction crane operators be nationally certified and re-tested every 5-years. Nationally, it’s a requirement that those who operate cranes with a capacity above 2,000 lb. need to be certified by an accredited crane operator testing organization or qualified through an audited employer program. In certain situations, some city and state crane operator licensing requirements may be more strict than OSHA’s requirements. In these situations, a state or city license may be needed.
Education, Training, and Certifications - The Foundation of our Crane and Rigging Division.
Where Experience Matters
Our crane crews and operators are held to an exceptionally high standard of safety! Our certified crane operators are licensed and certified in their field along with receiving extensive training. We’re proud of our reputation for safety!
Crane Services – Industries Served
- Food and beverage
- Petro Chemical
- Power Plant
- Power and Utilities
- Transportation and Shipping
- Water Treatment
Licenses, Certifications, and Qualifications
- Aerial and Forklift certifications
- Annual crane and DOT certifications
- Bonded and insured
- CPR/First Aid trained
- Confined Space
- NCCCO certified operators
- OSHA 10 and 30
- Qualified Riggers and Signalperson