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  • 17 Jul 2018 5:23 PM | Craneology Inc (Administrator)

    “Overall employment of material moving machine operators (such as crane operator) is projected to grow 6 percent from 2016 to 2026…” Bureau of Labor Statistics


    Becoming a Signal Person is a great way to make a living. If you already know or have done a job involving crane or rigging operating, you should definitely consider becoming certified.

    Signal Person can make around $24/hr. With a solid living wage and steady employment growth, it makes sense to explore the training involved to become a Signalperson.

    What are the Eligibility Requirements for Signalperson?

    According to the NCCCO, requirements for CCO Signalperson certification are minimal:

    What to expect on the job as a Signal Person?

    A signal person is the “eyes and ears” on the ground for the crane operator. To perform the job, you will need to memorize a set of hand signals and other forms of communicating (often with a walkie) to the operator.

    Signal Person Training and Certifications

    Proper training will allow for larger pay or salary on the job. Search for an accredited Crane Operator Training Program that is in accordance with OSHA and NCCCO standards. Be sure to get Proper Certifications.  To get a license, complete a skills test, to prepare for a Signalperson Test, search for a Signalperson Certification Program that is either local or can travel to you (or your current employer’s site).

    What to expect on the test?
    The NCCCO written test is a 5 part test. You must know your hand signals, voice communication, basic knowledge of crane operations, site awareness, and safety standards and regulations.

    To prepare for the test or learn more, choose a training program that endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and will prepare you for the CCO tests.

    In Conclusion

    Learning and re-learning these skills will make you a successful crane operator. If you want to learn more about what it takes to operate a crane, call Craneology Inc at (951) 943-9977 or visit www.CraneologyInc.com  - a Crane, Rigging, and Forklift Operator training and certification company based in Perris, Riverside, California (but able to visit Any site NATIONWIDE).

    CraneologyInc.com is proud to be military trained and veteran owned.


    CraneologyInc.com is proud to be military trained and veteran owned. Craneology Inc specializes in crane certification, recertification, telescopic boom, forklift, aerial work platforms, overhead cranse, train the trainer, mobile cranes, tss, tll, boom trucks, rigger certifaction, signal person certification, NCCCO/CCO standards, and more.

     


  • 22 Jun 2018 1:41 PM | Craneology Inc (Administrator)

    “Overall employment of material moving machine operators (such as crane operator) is projected to grow 6 percent from 2016 to 2026…” Bureau of Labor Statistics

    Crane Operators make “an average wage of $24.06 an hour and $50,040 a year. With annual salaries up to around $61,060 per year” according to BLS.gov.

    With a solid living wage and steady employment growth, it makes sense to explore the training involved to become a Crane Operator.

    But what kind of skills are needed to become a successful crane operator?

    Education Level

    There is no set requirement for education level. Some companies may prefer at least a high school diploma or GED, but many may not. The most important education will be how well you know the crane.

    Crane Operator Training

    Your training is your key to success. Be sure to choose an accredited Crane Operator Training Program that are in accordance with OSHA and NCCCO standards.

    Proper Certifications

    Many states and cities require operators to be licensed. To get a license, operators typically must complete a skills test and pass a written exam that tests their knowledge of safety rules and procedures. Search for a Crane Certification Program that is either local or can travel to you (or your current employer’s site).

    Prepare for the Test or Exam

    Choose a training program that endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and will prepare you for the CCO tests.

    Up to date Certification

    Like any industry, standards and machinery are always changing. Frequent training is important to reduce accidents. Be sure you or your employer enrolls you in a Crane Operator Recertification Program that offers crane operator recertification.

    Important Personality Traits

    Once you have all the necessary crane operator training and crane operator certifications, be sure you have the following personality traits:

    • Safety Awareness: Cranes and other heavy material handling equipment can be dangerous if not operated safely. You can’t be a reckless driver or ignorant of safety protocol.
    • Judgment: You may find yourself maneuvering in some tricky situations, good judgement is key to avoid accidents.

    In Conclusion

    Learning and re-learning these skills will make you a successful crane operator. If you want to learn more about what it takes to operate a crane, call Craneology Inc at Call (951) 943-9977 or visit www.CraneologyInc.com  - a Crane, Rigging, and Forklift Operator training and certification company based in Perris, Riverside, California (but able to visit Any site NATIONWIDE).



    CraneologyInc.com
    is proud to be military trained and veteran owned. Craneology Inc specializes in crane certification, recertification, telescopic boom, forklift, aerial work platforms, overhead cranse, train the trainer, mobile cranes, tss, tll, boom trucks, rigger certifaction, signal person certification, NCCCO/CCO standards, and more.

  • 18 Jun 2018 3:21 PM | Craneology Inc (Administrator)


    “Overall employment of material moving machine operators (such as forklift or crane operator) is projected to grow 6 percent from 2016 to 2026…” Bureau of Labor Statistics

    When exploring possible career changes, a Forklift Operator is a great job opportunity. Driving a forklift can be a rewarding experience and is a skill that is very much in demand.

    But what kind of skills are needed to become a successful forklift operator?

    Education Level

    There is no set requirement for education level. Some companies may prefer at least a high school diploma or GED, but many may not. The most important education will be how well you know the forklift.

    Forklift Training

    Your training is your key to success. Be sure to choose an accredited Forklift Training Program that are in accordance with OSHA standards.

    Proper Certifications

    Many states and cities require operators to be licensed. To get a license, operators typically must complete a skills test and pass a written exam that tests their knowledge of safety rules and procedures. Search for a Forklift Certification Program that is either local or can travel to you (or your current employer’s site).

    Important Personality Traits

    Once you have all the necessary forklift training and forklift certifications, be sure you have the following personality traits:

    ·         Safety Awareness: Forklifts and other heavy material handling equipment can be dangerous if not operated safely. You can’t be a reckless driver or ignorant of safety protocol.

    ·         Judgment: You may find yourself maneuvering in some tricky situations, good judgement is key to avoid accidents.

    ·         Up to date Certification: Like any industry, standards and machinery are always changing. Frequent training is important to reduce accidents. Be sure you or your employer enrolls you in a Forklift Training Program that offers forklift recertification.

    In Conclusion

    Learning and re-learning these skills will make you a successful forklift operator. If you want to learn more about what it takes to operate a lift truck, call Craneology Inc at (951) 943-9977 or visit www.CraneologyInc.com  - a Crane, Rigging, and Forklift Operator training and certification company based in Perris, Riverside, California (but able to visit Any site NATIONWIDE).


    CraneologyInc.com is proud to be military trained and veteran owned. Craneology Inc specializes in crane certification, recertification, telescopic boom, forklift, aerial work platforms, overhead cranse, train the trainer, mobile cranes, tss, tll, boom trucks, rigger certifaction, signal person certification, NCCCO/CCO standards, and more.

     


CCO and CiC Certified

Craneology, Inc. fully endorses the national certification program offered by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and will prepare candidates for the CCO tests.

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