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Crane Operators and Their Team

When you see a mobile crane doing amazing things like precisely placing a steel beam, you actually see teamwork. Without riggers, spotters, and signalers that crane operator would be working blind. The team that a mobile crane operator is part of is a group of highly trained specialists. That’s why ATS offers a variety of specialties in our Mobile Crane…

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Crane Operators Are Part Of A Team

The crane operator does spectacular things, hoisting heavy loads and accomplishing tasks like placing critical beams where the job requires it. But the crane operator doesn't work alone because riggers and spotters are part of the team, making the whole unit successful. Without each member of that team, something bad could happen on the work site. Riggers make sure the…

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OSHA Proposes Extension To Crane Operator Certification Deadlines

  On February 7, 2014, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued a proposed rule to extend the compliance date for crane operator certification requirements. This would give three more years to both the certification and phase-in requirements that ensure crane operators are qualified to operate the equipment. It is a good thing, but it's better to just go ahead…

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February Training Classes

Associated Training Services keeps its training classes on the schedule year round. We delight in training new heavy equipment operators, crane operators, and truck drivers. That's why we offer training classes as often as is feasible. Our next training class begins on Monday, January 27, 2014. We had a truck driving class begin yesterday, but don't worry because we have…

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How To Become A Crane Operator In 3 Steps

Crane operators are some of the most important employees on a construction site. If you are a certified crane operator, you can expect to get some of the best and most sought after assignments, even ones that are high-paid even by construction industry standards. Here is a simple three-step process for becoming a paid crane operator in today's heavy equipment…

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Who Certifies Crane Operators?

Crane certifications make the heavy equipment industry safer and more professional. By ensuring that workers who step foot onto the work site are trained, qualified, and certified, all of us can know with certainty that the heavy equipment industry is better for it. But who is responsible for those certifications? The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO)…

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