If you would like to have a career as an overhead crane operator, you will…
The role of a crane operator is often quite challenging. There are a lot of factors to take into account every time a crane is positioned. There are also a of different variable that need consideration before and during each lift. In fact, no two lifts are the same, even if your working on a site doing the same lift fifty times a day.
Crane safety is the biggest issue and requires constant thought and attention. The certification process is based on a need for better safety considerations on work sites. In the past, there have been too many work related incidents that have led to death or injury. Crane operator training is now regulated with prospective crane operators having to pass written and practical tests to gain certification.
ATS Heavy Equipment Operator Schools are qualified to deliver crane operator training in both fixed cab and swing cab mobile hydraulic cranes. We are also authorized to undertake assessments (both written and practical). Graduates of this program will receive a National Certification from the National Center for Construction Education and Research.
If you’re ready for a change in careers and the challenge of working as a crane operator appeals to you, then visit our web site to check out your training and certification options. Being one of the best paid jobs on any construction site is a plus; having a career that is interesting and always changing is an even better plus; as crane operator, your get both.