OSHA Final Rule Employer’s Guide

For everyone calling me and emailing me; here is the answers you have been needing to know about the employer’s responsibilities.

If you will have us come out and get your employees trained to get them qualified first and then get them ready for the NCCCO certification testing you will be within the guidelines.                                                                                                                                   Contact me at joe@cranetraininginternational.com or 336.337.1043

Click on each pdf below to view and download.

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crane-operator-evaluation—employers-guide-112118a

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NCCCO Publishes Employer Guides to the New Crane Rule

November 21, 2018—Following the publication of OSHA’s Final Rule on crane operator qualifications, and the triggering, on November 10, of the requirement for crane operators to be certified nationwide, NCCCO has published three Employer Guides, one each on the trainingcertification, and evaluation requirements covered by the Rule.

The Guides adhere to the language of the Rule, but the Q&A format employed is designed to make the information more accessible, said NCCCO CEO, Graham Brent. “Since OSHA has identified a three-step process to achieving qualification as a crane operator, it seemed to make sense to create individual Guides for each,” he said. Employers are encouraged to submit any questions not addressed in the Guides to NCCCO at info@nccco.org.

Further resources are available at NCCCO’s OSHA Resource Center.

 

About CrewsCrane

President/CEO of CCTI, Inc. providing Crane, Hoist, and material handling training. Inspections, service and parts for Mobile and overhead crane. General and Construction Industry for 10 & 30 hr OSHA courses, aerial/scissor lifts, and forklift. Inventory of Hoists, Slings and Below the Hook Devices.
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