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Mobile Crane Services

We service and repair all types of hoist and mobile cranes and install bridge cranes, workstations, monorails, and job cranes. 

Whether you need new cranes and hoists or an upgrade of your existing equipment, Crane Safety can provide you options and equipment to meet your needs. 

  • Training Programs: Our mobile crane training courses provide basic training for mobile crane and hoist operators. They cover OSHA regulations. ANSI standards, and manufacturer-recommended practices. Topics include load handling, signaling, inspections, rigging, requirements, and accidental prevention, and special attention is given to operator inspections, qualifications, and responsibilities. 
  • Service and Repair: Crane Safety Associates excels in comprehensive crane service and repair. Our expert technicians ensure top-tier safety and performance through inspections, maintenance, and repairs. Focusing on compliance and efficiency, we guarantee operational excellence, minimal downtime, and elevated worker well-being for your crane operations. 
  • Inspection and Maintenance: Third-party crane inspections are so important and needed. The required crane inspections must be kept up-to-date and performed at intervals described by the manufacturer. We want to be the company that has your back, ensuring that your equipment meets the current regulations.

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Does CSAA offer on-site training?

Yes, CSAA offers training at your site any day of the week including weekends.

Can I take the NCCCO practical on my crane?

Yes but your crane will need to be certified by the NCCCO. Contact our training coordinators for complete details.

Does CSAA provide third party inspections on mobile and overhead cranes per OSHA regulations?

Yes, we provide annual and monthly inspections for mobile and overhead cranes.

How can I determine which OSHA regulation to follow, general industry or construction?

When an activity cannot be easily classified as construction or general industry even when measured against all of the “determining factors,” the activity should be classified so as to allow application of the more protective 1910 or 1926 standard, depending on the hazard. In the case of mobile cranes, the more protective standard is the 1926 standard with regard to operator qualification and certification.

My operations are considered "construction," what OSHA regulation must I follow for mobile crane operations?

OSHA developed 1926 Subpart CC that governs the use of mobile cranes in construction.

What are the requirements to operate a crane in construction?

Crane operators in construction must follow OSHA 1926.1427 before operating a crane in construction industry. Operators must be in compliance by November 10, 2014.