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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:

  1. Exceeds OSHA qualification standard for rigging and signal persons.
  2. Includes written and practical training and testing.
  3. 32 to 36 hours (4 days) depending on number of candidates.
  4. Certification issued by National Commission for Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO).
  5. 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.

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