Tag: OSHA 1926

SC&RA’s Webinar Will Further Clarify OSHA’s New Rules

OSHA’s decision to postpone the effective date of its crane operator qualification requirements (Subpart CC of 29 CFR 1926) to allow time for additional rulemaking surprised the industry and has led to confusion as to Read More

Very Important News about Safety Standards from OSHA

OSHA recently released a listing of 50 FAQs (frequently asked questions) concerning the new 1926.1400 construction safety standards. Go to the following link, http://www.osha.gov/cranes-derricks/faq.html for answers to all 50 questions. Selected excerpts “An operator may operate Read More

Florida Crane Owners Council Supports New Crane Law

Florida Governor Rick Scott recently signed into law a bill that amends a state statute to preempt the state and prohibit all local regulation of hoisting equipment, unless the regulation is otherwise federally preempted by Read More

Articulating Crane Operators & Rigger Level II Certification earn ANSI Accreditation

NCCCO also announced that it had been granted continued accreditation by ANSI for its previously accredited programs: Mobile Crane Operator, Tower Crane Operator, Overhead Crane Operator, Rigger Level I, and Signalperson. The decision of ANSI’s Read More

Crane Management Seminar – Jan. 11th, 2012

Responsible Lift Direction:  How Changes in OSHA Crane Regulation Have Affected the Work Site Brought to you by Sims Crane and NBIS. On January 11th, 2012, Sims Crane and NBIS are teaming up with the Florida Crane Read More