The Easy Path To Becoming A Certified Rigger
One of the most demanding jobs on a construction site is that of a rigger or signal person. While crane operators are responsible for lifting and placing loads, it is the rigger/signal person who directs those crane operators. To be employed as a rigger or a signal person, you now need to meet the new OSHA crane mandated qualifications.
Associated Training Services (ATS) has developed one of the most effective and affordable OSHA compliant rigger/signalperson training programs in the market today. There are three areas that should stand out from that statement – the training is OSHA compliant, the training is effective, and the training is affordable. All are important considerations for those either looking to enter a career as a rigger or signal person, or for those already in the industry looking to become OSHA compliant.
The ATS rigger and signal person certification program:
- Exceeds OSHA qualification standard for rigging and signal persons.
- Includes written and practical training and testing.
- 32 to 36 hours (4 days) depending on number of candidates.
- Certification issued by National Commission for Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO).
- NCCCO Rigging Level One and NCCCO Signal Person Certifications.
This is one of the easiest paths to becoming a certified rigger or signal person. You don’t have to undertake training at one organization while seeking certification in another. You will also find the employers will place a premium on your certification because of the reputation that ATS has earned over the years. In fact, we have been training for over 40 years, a record that few training organizations can boast.
If you are looking to become a certified rigger or signal person, then let ATS show you the easy path to gain that certification.