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Crane Operator Certification

What you Need to Do Now [Crane Operator Next to Crane Truck]

MEMBER ALERT: Confirmed 1-Year Delay to November 10, 2018

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that all crane operators be certified by November 10, 2018. Planning ahead will enable your sign business to get the training and certification needed at the lowest cost and with the smallest disruption to staff and workflow. Here’s what you need to start thinking about in advance of the Crane Operator Certification rule coming into effect on November 10, 2018.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Kenny Peskin.


UPCOMING WEBINAR

OSHA Crane Operator Certification Update: What You Need to Know
Wednesday, June 13
2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT

Description: OSHA's new crane regulations take effect on November 10, 2018. Are you and your company ready? Even if you think you understand the certification requirements, you may have more to learn about the employer requirements to ensure competency. As recently as May 21, 2018 OSHA has amended and clarified crane operator documentation and recordkeeping requirements. This webinar will provide you the information you need to remain in full compliance with the law by discussing: OSHA rule/requirements for cranes Employer responsibility OSHA training/certification requirements OSHA increased citation fines and penalties.

Speakers: Kenny Peskin, ISA and Kyle Biancardi, Cranes 101

Price: $0.00 members; $50.00 non-members