• Crane Operator School Locations Nationwide

    • AP Crane Training provides onsite in-house training with crane operator school locations Nationwide. Courses are available to companies and individuals located throughout the United States offered at your site or ours.

      OSHA Evaluation and Documentation for Mobile Crane Operators in construction final ruling in act April 15, 2019.

      The federal rule for cranes in construction 2000 lbs in weight and above lifting capacity being used on construction sites or in a construction project, will need to be certified by an accredited crane operator testing organization.

      Crane and Rigging Standards

      Mobile Crane Fed OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1427
      Crane, Derricks & Construction Fed OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1400
      Rigging Fed OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1404 (r) (1)
      Signalperson Fed OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1419 (a)

      Become a crane operator certified with the latest certification. We offer the best crane qualified rigger and signalperson training hands-on classes, written exams, and practical tests. Our team will assist in the administration of processing applications and scheduling written test dates as well as practical test dates.

      We help individuals or companies through the certification process and the preparation of receiving a nationally accredited operator certification, which meets the Occupational and Safety Health Administration (OSHA) and the American National Standard Institute (ANSI) Prerequisites.

      Our two to three-day prep class will help mobile crane operators pass the required written test. We offer onsite in-house training for operators with no experience and with experience. Our experienced trainers are knowledgeable crane trainers you can count on.

      Our onsite in-house training centers can be customized to your particular requirements if not more with additional information pertaining to the latest standards and regulations.

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      Aerial Lift Operator Training

      All Purpose Aerial Lift training program gives employees and the supervisors responsibility for the daily operations and safe performance of the lift equipment.

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      Forklift Certification

      All Purpose ForkLift Training offers forklift certification courses for the safe performance of forklift operations.

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      Instructor Training Courses

      Instructor courses for forklift aerial lift, crane, signalperson, and rigging for trainers to certify employees

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      Mobile Crane Operator Certification

      Our mobile crane operator certification and qualification meet the requirements of subpart CC – Cranes and Derricks in Construction, as specified in 29 CFR1926.1427.

      Online Training

      The online crane and rigging training program supports Small and Large Telescopic Hydraulic, Lattice Boom Crawler and Truck Mounted Cranes. With the help and knowledge of our on-call instructors, you will be fully prepared for all state and federal certification exams.

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      Crane Operator Training

      The improper use of a crane can cause serious injury or death. Cranes that are poorly maintained can cause accidents resulting in OSHA Fines. Accidents can be prevented if proper training and precautions are recognized. Contact us for a crane operator school near you.

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      Overhead Crane Training

      Our overhead bridge and gantry safety crane training train operators and supervisors responsible for the daily operations and safe performance of cranes. AP crane training gives the operators the knowledge to operate safely and reduce accidents which causes downtime.

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      Rigging and Signalperson Qualification Training

      All Employers must use qualified riggers and signalperson during hoisting activities for assembly and disassembly work (1926.1404(r)(1)). Additionally, qualified riggers are required whenever workers are within the fall zone and hooking, unhooking, or guiding a load, or doing the initial connection of a load to a component or structure (1926.1425(c)).