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Industrial Crane Operator

This program is designed around the more structured environment of the smaller industrial crane, providing both classroom instruction and practical applications to give students a well-rounded education. It covers much of the same material as the Mobile Crane Operator Course but is geared specifically for industrial crane operators, focusing on the unique challenges and requirements of operatin…

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Overhead Crane Operator

This course provides basic training for overhead crane and hoist operators. It covers OSHA regulations, ANSI standards, and manufacturer-recommended practices. Topics include load handling, signaling, inspections, rigging requirements, and accident prevention, and special attention is given to operator inspections, qualifications, and responsibilities. The course includes both classroom instruc…

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Overhead Crane Inspection

This program is designed to provide an in-depth study of OSHA 1910.179 and ANSI B30.2 requirements as they pertain to overhead cranes. It focuses on the importance of having a well-planned inspection program as the foundation for overhead crane safety. Through this program, overhead crane operators will gain the skills they need to properly inspect their equipment and detect any potential issue…

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FAQ's:

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.