NCCCO Removes Physical Exam Form

For all crane operators of the mobile crane types.

The NCCCO Board of Directors has discontinued the use of its physical examination form. While use of the form has been voluntary for many years, it differed from the ASME B30 Physical Requirements. NCCCO’s physical requirements policy still states that certified crane operators must “meet ASME B30 physical requirements throughout their certification period and attest to their agreement to this requirement in their applications.” However, the policy no longer states that means of compliance include the NCCCO Physical Examination Form or a current DOT Medical Examiner’s Certificate.

Keep in mind to document your physicals and crane operator log hours in case every question on the jobsite for credibility.



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