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APRIL 2013VOLUME 4: ISSUE 2
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Q: What steps are required for 

re-certification?

 

A: OSHA requires operators to be re-certified every five years. CIC will 

re-certify operators who have valid certifications. More

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Sign Up for Crane Operator Rodeo Regional Qualifiers

CIC announces that it has renewed its partnership for the third year in a row with Maximum Capacity Media to offer the industry the MCM-CIC Crane Operator Rodeo. 

 

The event provides operators in North America an opportunity to showcase their skills and is intended to increase awareness of the 2014 OSHA requirements for crane operators to be certified by type and capacity. More

Smart Choice-Saving Lives

Crane Institute Certification, Villa Rica, Ga., is an independent certifying organization providing OSHA recognized, NCCA accredited certifications for mobile crane operators according to type and capacity, as well as rigger and signalperson certifications. Exams are available in English and Spanish. For more information, visit www.cicert.com. 

Re-Accreditation, Program Development Focus of Annual Meeting

 

2013 Annual Meeting More than 30 industry stakeholders attended CIC's Annual Meeting, held March 5-7, 2013 in Lake Mary, Fla. A cross-section of experts from CIC's Governing and Advisory Committees plus several notable guests reviewed written and practical exam materials in preparation for re-accreditation with the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) and application for accreditation with ANSI. More 

OSHA To Hold Meeting Next Week on 
Type & Capacity Requirements

 

Industry stakeholders, including representatives from CIC, will convene in Washington, D.C., April 2 and 3 to discuss two key issues related to the requirement for operators to be tested by crane capacity. The agency seeks information from the public on 1) the usefulness of certifying operators for different capacities of cranes, and 2) the risks of allowing an operator to operate all capacities of cranes within a specific type. Read here for details about how to participate in or observe the meeting.

Reciprocal Certification Proposed with Canada, New Committee Members Named

CIC welcomed International visitors from Canada and Mexico during its Annual Meeting, held March 5-7, 2013 in Lake Mary, Fla., demonstrating that U.S. crane operator certification programs have value to markets outside this country. More

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