On November 8, 2010 OSHA released the new 29 CFR 1926 Subpart CC Mobile Crane and Derrick’s standard. The standard requires that all mobile crane operators working with a mobile crane on a construction project must be either “qualified” or “certified” to operate a mobile crane with a capacity of 1 ton or more.
Pinnacle Training Solutions offers instructors who are NCCCO Certified Mobile Crane operators along with NCCCO Practical Examiners for all types of mobile cranes. We have the capability to train, qualify and/or certify your personnel on all types of mobile cranes covered under the new 29 CFR 1926 Subpart CC standard. PTS instructors offer real life experiences and years of experience that makes us one the nation’s leading experts on mobile crane training.
The mobile crane and derrick crane training will cover but not limited to:
- Ground conditions / access roads.
- Assembly / disassembly according to manufacture and company specifications.
- Working around power lines.
- How to read and select the proper load chart.
- Structural and Stability limitations.
- Proper reeving.
Along with many other important topics that must be to be covered to allow a Qualified/Certified Mobile Crane and Derrick operator to operate safely and efficiently.
The students will be required to pass a written test and a hands on evaluation with a mobile crane before they will be issued a laminated wallet card indicating they are termed a “Qualified Mobile Crane Operator”. The “qualified” status will expire on November 10, 2017 when OSHA will require all mobile crane operators to be “Certified”. At that time Pinnacle Training Solutions can and will help your personnel to become “certified mobile crane and derrick” operators. Please ask about the requirements associated with becoming certified.
PTS will tailor a program that will specifically meet your company’s needs that will allow your employees to perform the task at hand safely to help prevent and/or eliminate accidents.
Please call or email with any other questions, pricing information and to ask about scheduling a class!