OSHA Revokes CIC’s Accreditation In a shocking announcement last month (November 2019), the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) revoked the accreditation of a previously nationally recognized crane training certification program. Crane Institute Certification (CIC) is no longer nationally accredited, meaning that the program cannot currently certify crane operators in the […]
In response to new OSHA regulations, Nationwide Crane Training (NCT), a leader in NCCCO crane certification training, has partnered with STAHL® to create a first of its kind class for Service Truck Crane (STC) operators. The five-day pilot program will be hosted by Total Truck & Trailer this February in Texas and serve as the […]
Early this spring, new OSHA regulations went into effect which changed the certification process for certain types of crane operation across the board. While the regulations were inspired by the differences between crane types (mostly defined by capacity) industry insiders aren’t happy. The regulations require yet another level of testing but shift the focus from […]
New NCCCO regulations went into effect this month (April 2013) that have wide reaching implications for crane operators everywhere. This new certification not only applies to service truck crane manufacturers but also to operators and the companies that own them as well. These smaller cranes have been subject to OSHA 1926 Subpart CC since 2010—which […]
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Some would think that a difficult economy would cause a decrease in the number of crane operators who pay to keep their certifications current – especially among those crane operators who are not working at the moment. Instead, the opposite is proving true. Crane Operators understand that it costs less to re-certify than it does to lose their certification and then have to start the process all over again down the road. That is why even out-of-work men and women are choosing to take advantage of how easy it is to re-certify.
At Nationwide Crane Training, we are like one big family! We all celebrate when a thank you letter or testimonial that comes through praising a job well-done. “I got my result from my boss last Wednesday, and passed. I really owe this to you and the way you run your class. Your questions are right […]
There are some jobs in which you must be on the top of your game at all times, and operating a crane is one of them. Operating a crane can be a dangerous job, and there are hundreds of crane accidents each year. Many of these accidents prove fatal, while most of them were totally […]
New OSHA ruling requires that all crane operators be certified through an accredited organization. Nationwide Crane Training meets the required standards. July 28,2010 – Extensive new requirements for the qualifications of crane operators and signalpersons were published today by Federal OSHA in the most wide-ranging revision of the rules governing the use of cranes in […]
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