Crane Safety Training

Safety is one of the most important issues we face; and proficiency of crane operators is vital. Operators carrying CCO Certification Cards have demonstrated they possess the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary for the safe operation of cranes-without relying on subjective recommendations or judgment.

Nationwide Crane Training offers a long list of safety classes designed to cover every aspect of crane safety training. Classes can be customized to meet your specific needs and requirements.

Organizing a class is easy. Just follow the simple steps below:

  1. Supply Nationwide Crane Training with some basic information about yourself or your company, including number of employees and other information included on this form.
  2. You will be assigned a Nationwide Crane Training representative who will work closely with you to coordinate the date(s) of the class or classes.
  3. Make a deposit to secure the date and confirm your class.

That’s all there is to it! Once the class is completed, we provide certificates of completion to each participant. It’s that easy.

  • 10 Hour OSHA Certification
  • 30 Hour OSHA Certification
  • Aerial Lift Certification
  • Backhoe, Excavator, and more
  • OSHA-QUALIFYING Rigging & Signalperson
  • Competent Person Fall Protection
  • Competent Person Scaffold
  • Competent Person Trenching/Excavation
  • Confined Space
  • Contractor’s Safety & Health Program
  • Electrical Safety
  • Forklift Certification (3 year certification)
  • Heavy Equipment Operator Certification
  • Lock/out Tag/out Authorized Person
  • MSHA
  • Power Tool Use and Guarding
  • Safety Managers Course
  • Scaffold Safety
  • Signal Person (Flagger)
  • Trench Safety
  • Work-zone Temporary Traffic Control
  • Accident Prevention
  • Alcohol and Substance Abuse
  • Blood-borne Pathogens
  • Control of Hazardous Energies
  • CPR & First Aid Certification
  • Defensive Driving
  • Diversity in the Workplace
  • Drug and Alcohol Training for Supervisors
  • Emergency Action Planning
  • Emergency Response to Incidents
  • Employer/Employee Responsibility
  • Ergonomics
  • Fire Prevention
  • Hazard Communication
  • Health and Safety Leadership
  • Heat Stress
  • How to Read a MSDS
  • Inspections
  • Materials Handling
  • Noise and Hearing Protection
  • Office Safety
  • OSHA 300 Reporting and Record Keeping
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Safety & Health During Disaster Recovery
  • Sexual Harassment for Non-Supervisors
  • Sexual Harassment for Supervisors

If you could prevent a fatal crane accident, would you? In 2021, The Bureau of Labor Statistics  reported nearly 800 accidents involving machinery on job sites in America in 2021. Most of these accidents were caused by wind or operator error. High quality crane safety training can help prevent many such accidents by giving crane operators the safety refresher classes that the need to stay abreast with industry safety standards.

Nationwide Crane Training makes providing safety classes for yourself or your employees as simple as possible because we understand the importance of safety training. The statistics do not lie, and our safety training classes can help to prevent accidents and save crane operators or other employees from serious injury.

We can host a custom class on-site at your facility or you can send your employees to attend our Crane Training School in Riverside, California or Iowa that only last 5 days! We’ll work closely with you to provide the option most convenient for you.

Some make the mistake of not thinking much about crane safety training until there is an accident. That can be a fatal error. Instead, be proactive and provide crane safety training classes that are suited to your equipment and your industry. Don’t put off safety classes that could literally safe the life of an employee.

Call today and let one of our helpful staff members answer any questions that you might have and help you get started organizing a crane safety training class for your employees.

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