As of today there are no licensing requirements to operate a Crane. Please note this could change at any time. Below are three links that can help keep you up to date for any changes to the Sate laws.
Kentucky cites manufacturer for exposing workers to safety hazards
Kentucky Occupational Safety and Health cited Metalsa Structural Products Inc. in Hopkinsville for exposing workers to safety hazards. Kentucky OSH inspectors concluded that the company failed to ensure proper that lockout/tagout procedures were followed while workers performed maintenance on a robotic machine, exposing them to amputation hazards. Inspectors also found that the company failed to conduct inspections on the control of hazardous energy and attach lockout/tagout devices on machinery. The company was previously cited for violations of these standards in 2013
Crane Operator Certification Training Kentucky
All Purpose Crane Training provides Mobile Crane Training and certification for crane operators. Our two to three day prep class
will help crane operators pass the required written test.
1926.1400 new Osha crane and rigging standard will be in affect November 10th 2017. We can provide Crane or Rigger certification
and training in all states and cites.
Crane operators using cranes that have 2000 lbs. and above lifting capacity being used on construction sites or in a construction
process, will need to be certified by an accredited crane operator testing organization.
*It is essential that you check with your local government and confirm that the information listed above is still good today. This information
should only be used as a tool to help you figure out what type of license you need to operate certain types of equipment.