American Crane School offers the fastest path to crane operator certification. Our expert crane training team has assisted thousands of candidates earn their certifications through the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators with some of the highest pass rates in the country. American Crane School does more than just prepare you to pass the tests, we get you to understand the principles of crane operation and crane safety.
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Florida Location Coming Soon!
American Crane School is adding a new location in Davenport, FL (just outside of Orlando). Along with the classes we offer monthly in California and Texas, classes will be available for candidates on the Eastern side of the United States. Our first class will take place mid to late April. We will keep you updated as schedules become available.
With the new law taking effect November 8, 2018 requiring all operators to be certified, and the April 15, 2019 extension, there’s never been a better time to get certified and/or maintain your current certification. To learn more, call 888-957-7277.
OSHA Grants Compliance Extension
OSHA has received feedback from the construction industry indicating some employers may need more time to document evaluations of crane operators prior to the February 7, 2019, effective date. During the first 60 days of enforcement (until April 15, 2019), OSHA will evaluate good faith efforts taken by employers in their attempt to meet the new documentation requirements for operators of cranes used in construction.
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New Law Takes Effect Requiring All Crane Operators to be Certified
Following the November 9, 2018, publication in the Federal Register of the Final Rule for the qualification of crane operators, OSHA has provided further guidance and clarification on the effective dates of its new qualification requirements for crane operators. The two most important dates to be aware of are:
• November 10, 2018—Crane operators must be certified. Certifications may be by type alone and must be issued by an accredited certifying body such as NCCCO.
• February 7, 2019—Employers must evaluate their crane operators according to specified criteria and a stipulated process.
For more information on the new law and Federal OSHA requirements, visit NCCCO’s website. There you can find resources that explain the difference between certification and qualification, and the new employer’s guide to operator training, certification and evaluation.
There has never been a better time to get certified! Call 888-957-7277 for more information.
Top 10 Reasons to Certify with American Crane School:
In-class learning and practice exams are delivered using our state of the art Tablet Based Testing™ system.
American Crane School endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO), and provides training to prepare candidates for NCCCO examinations.