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 […]
If you like dealing with people and you’re good with your hands, a skilled trade is one of the best industries to get into. Crane operators are at the top of the food chain in the world of heavy equipment. No matter where you get started, you’ll need a crane operator certification to get hired. […]
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.
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