As of 2010 all persons providing signals to a crane operator must be qualified in accordance with OSHA §1926 Subpart CC.
Crane Tech’s Qualified Signal Person program meets OSHA §1926 Subpart CC, General Industry OSHA §1910, and also satisfies ASME B30.5 requirements applicable to general industry. “All signal persons must be tested and they must demonstrate qualification as a signal person.”
This is a dynamic program that has rapidly become one of our most popular courses. Federal OSHA §1926.1428 requires that persons who signal cranes in construction activities receive training and testing to qualify as competent. This program is 4-6 hours of classroom instruction with one written exam followed by individual practical exams, resulting in the documentation required by OSHA for employers to qualify their personnel.
Crane Tech has provided Signal Person and rigging training for more than 30-years. Why trust your training to anyone else! In addition, Crane Tech has scheduled numerous back to back Qualified Rigger Level 1 and Qualified Signal Person programs to help you comply with OSHA regulations to have qualified riggers.
To learn more about when a qualified signal person is required, what the requirements are to be a qualified signal person, check out our Hooked On Crane Tech Blog Post on “Who Signals The Crane?”
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Crane Tech fully endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO), and will prepare candidates for the CCO tests.
Crane Tech offers a turn-key service for NCCCO training and testing. We will handle all paperwork, processing, training, and testing for one low fee. Call today and find out how easy NCCCO Certification can be with Crane Tech Service.