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 model for future nationwide crane training classes in STC certification.
A Proactive Response to Changing Regulations
OSHA 1926 Subpart CC was signed into law in 2010 and significantly tightens restrictions placed on truck-mounted telescopic boom crane operators. Under these new regulations, any Service Truck Crane operator engaged in construction will have to be STC certified. This includes some delivery drivers and service individuals as well as construction company employees.
These new regulations apply to manufacturers of Service Truck Cranes as well as the operators. STAHL®, a leading manufacturer of service truck cranes and bodies, has always been at the forefront of the industry. They’ve taken a proactive approach to the changing requirements rather than waiting for the OSHA regulations to go into effect.
Anticipating the need for expert, reliable training on a nationwide platform, the forward-thinking teams at NCT and STAHL® partnered well in advance of the 2017 OSHA deadline in order to provide training to as many operators as possible. The class will cover materials that appear on the practical and written STC certification exams in order to prepare candidates for successful certification.
Held at Total Truck & Trailer’s newest location at 1410 College Ave, in Snyder, TX, the five-day course is scheduled for February 18 through the 22. Attendance is limited to the first twenty candidates to apply so reserve your seat today. Call 877-628-2726 for more information.