Crane Operator, Excavation Equipment, Bucket Truck, Personnel Lift, Fork Lift, Rigging, Signal-person
"Safety Training"


Signal Person / Rigging
This Signal Person/Rigger Training course meets OSHA 1926.1400 cranes and derricks qualification requirements for a certified Signal Person/Rigger.

This class meets or exceeds the requirements of OSHA 1926.1400, ASME B30.5 and ASME B30.9

The Value of Preventative Safety Training

Employers that invest in workplace safety and health can expect to reduce injuries, fatalities, and illnesses. This will result in cost savings in a variety of areas, such as:

  • Lowering workers' compensation costs and medical expenses
  • Avoiding OSHA penalties
  • Reducing costs to train replacement employees
  • Reducing cost to conduct accident investigations

NOTE: In addition, employers often find that changes made to improve workplace safety can result in significant improvements to their organization's productivity and financial performance.




Testimonials

Jay,
Thank you for being our instructor at MAA's seminar yesterday on, "Crane Training for Safe, Productive Tree Work." The material you covered is critical for our members to learn. We heard a lot of great feedback about the program and we're grateful for your time and efforts.

Thanks again!
Kristen Dreyer
Education Manager
Massachusetts Arborists Association

Good morning Steve,
Saturday's training class was great ! Once again I would like to thank you for a great job.

The class was very informational, even for the more experienced guys. I look forward to an on going relationship with yuorself and Cranes 101.

THANKS again,
JOE

By way of introduction, I am the Health, Safety and Environmental manager for Saint-Gobain, Northboro Research and Development Center in Northboro, MA.An engineer that works on my team, Kwame Gilbert-Arthur, had reached out to representatives of Cranes 101 to help us put in place a hoisting program and training of employees.

Mike Serapiglia
Saint-Gobain EH&S Manager

"On behalf of the MAA Board of Directors, I would like to thank you very much for speaking at our dinner meeting last night. Your presentations on OSHA LEPs: Are you Prepared? Was very educational.
Your handout packet is a valuable reference for the attendees as well. Thank you again for your time and efforts, and for your support of MAA’s educational endeavors."

Kristen Dreyer
Education Manager
Massachusetts Arborists Association

"I wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed John Duff’s training yesterday. I attended the class and can say that he was able to give our people tremendous amount of information in a short period of time and never at any time was the class boring."


Joe Seaman
Riggs Distler & Co., Inc.
Vice President

Good morning Steve,
Saturday's training class was great ! Once again I would like to thank you for a great job.

The class was very informational, even for the more experienced guys. I look forward to an on going relationship with yuorself and Cranes 101.

THANKS again,
JOE

"Steve is a very fun teacher! He kept me interested the whole time. I came to the class not knowing anything about cranes, and I left with a lot of knowledge!"


Derek Gaines with Youth Build Boston

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