The OSHA final crane rule just became effective without proof of evaluation and documentation on December 9, 2018. Mandatory proof of evaluation and documentation are required effective February 7, 2019, for the US Department of labor on crane operator certification requirements.
Crane operators must be certified or licensed and receive ongoing training to operate equipment up to date. Operators are based on the crane type and capacity that will ensure accredited testing organizations you meet OSHA's crane operator certification requirements for evaluation and documentation.
The Final Rule Revises the 2010 crane operator certification requirement that the crane certification must specify the rated lifting capacity of the crane the operator is certified on.
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