The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) announced that it has been awarded accreditation by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) for two of its newest certification programs.
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Some 37 states now have active utility-scale wind turbines. Utility-scale wind farms often consist of hundreds of wind turbines, all of which need to be regularly maintained once they are installed.
A national crane inspection programme has been launched in the USA to provide separate certifications for mobile, tower and overhead cranes. The CCO national inspector certification programme was jointly set up by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and the Crane Certification Association of America (CCAA).
The workshop below uses the Journeyman Rigger’s Reference Card panel 6, to help provide the solution. The area of a circle can be calculated with either (Pi x radius squared)…
A crane inspector certification programme has been developed by the NCCCO in conjunction with the Crane Certification Association of America (CCAA), offering inspectors of tower, mobile and overhead cranes distinct certifications.
Our industry depends on cranes, rigging and other load handling equipment. The big key to success is having folks who are competent, qualified and capable at multiple levels to be…
More than 220 sign company personnel have participated in ISA’s industry-leading mobile crane operator safety certification training program in 2011. The training program is designed to help the industry meet certification requirements from OSHA.
Eagle West has now achieved a Certificate of Recognition (COR) in Health & Safety in all operations: A Certificate of Recognition Program (COR) is a monetary incentive program for employers who go beyond the Workers Compensation Act and the OH&S Regulations by implementing best practice health and safety management systems.
The inaugural Canadian Crane & Rigging Conference opened yesterday to a standing room only crowd. Crane professionals from all the western provinces and many from the United States attended the two-day event being held in Edmonton, Alberta. Most noteworthy was a strong contingent from the oil sands in Fort McMurray, Alberta.
Hand over hand, one rung at a time, a visitor arrives panting and pouring sweat at the office of Kirk Luba, 180 feet above terra firma. It’s the catbird seat of a Liebherr 316, one of four giant tower cranes doing the heavy lifting on the Memorial Stadium project.