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OSHA Final Crane Rule Evaluation and Documentation

OSHA Final Crane Rule

The OSHA final crane rule took effect on December 9, 2018, without requiring documented proof of evaluation. However, starting from February 7, 2019, the US Department of Labor has made it mandatory for crane operator certification requirements to include documented proof of evaluation and documentation.

Crane Operator Certification Requirements

To operate equipment efficiently and safely, crane operators must possess proper certification or licensing and continually receive up-to-date training. The accreditation of testing organizations plays a vital role in determining whether operators meet OSHA's certification requirements for evaluation and documentation, as it depends on the type and capacity of the crane being operated.

With our top-tier Certified Crane Training program, you may get a competitive advantage in the construction business by assuring your team's proficiency and industry-recognized qualifications.

The Final Rule has brought revisions to the 2010 crane operator certification requirement, specifically emphasizing that the certification should clearly specify the rated lifting capacity of the crane on which the operator is certified.

Get an Accredited Crane Certification

For further information regarding various crane certification options, alternative crane solutions, and diverse crane training programs available to you, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. You can contact us directly at (888) 501-1355. Additionally, we offer aerial lift training and forklift certification courses.

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