NCCCO Crane Operator Practice Tests with Questions and Answers Crane operator certification is a valuable accolade you’ve earned through your hard work, intensive study, and dedication. But certification doesn’t last forever. In fact, federal regulations require crane operators be recertified at least every five years. By that time, it should be clear to anyone that […]
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Qualified Riggers and Signal Persons Are the Backbone of Any Operation Qualified riggers and signal persons are essential in a wide array of industries, from construction and transportation to infrastructure and telecommunications. While the skillset these people possess isn’t quite as rigidly codified as that required of crane operators, these folks are every bit as […]
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has proposed more stringent rules when it comes to reporting work-related injuries and illnesses. These new changes would affect various medium-to-large sized companies across the country and could pose significant complications for smaller operations that fall within proposed thresholds. OSHA was created to apply […]
The NCCCO has created a new tool that crane operators all over the country can use to easily manage their certifications right from the palms of their hands. The newly revamped myCCO Portal Mobile App gives users a host of features they can use to ensure they stay competitive in a rapidly changing industry. The […]
If you are an employer or mobile crane operator, it’s your responsibility to ensure that everyone on the job site is aware of the hazards of using this equipment. By routinely inspecting your cranes and following safe work practices, you can help keep your team safe and avoid costly and unnecessary accidents. The downloadable mobile […]
The Life of a Heavy Equipment Operator is Dangerous Danger is all around us—from cracks in the sidewalk to careless drivers on their phones—but when you make your living as a heavy equipment operator the risk of injuring yourself or others is imminent. One wrong move, one forgetful moment, one lapse in judgement could send […]
What does a mobile crane operator do during a typical shift? It depends on the job and the rig they are running, but there are a few things all crane operators do. They build houses, bridges, buildings, go on rescue missions, basically anything heavy that needs to be moved. You might be hoisting materials around […]
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