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 […]
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 […]
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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