NCCCO Accredited & What This Entails
National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators & Electrical, Instrumentation, Control and Automation
Liberty Crane and Rigging Consultants help you certify your crane operators by only using fully Accredited Business, NCCCO & EICA. Simply put, they are certification organizations accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting body, as OSHA requires. This means that every year they receive legal accreditation to Certify and/or Qualify as acknowledged by ANSI. ANSI accredits both EICA & NCCCO certifications according to OSHA law. Below linked is the NCCCO’s official release on this information:
So according to OSHA’s crane operator qualification rule, 29 CFR 1926.1427, an organization must be accredited to be authorized to legally provide Certification or Qualification for the operation of various equipment as outlined in this PDF.
Liberty’s new facility meets NCCCO standards to hold these classes. We have both main & auxiliary classrooms that can accommodate any company’s needs. Should they be out-of-state, we can also travel to the company’s location/facility. We offer free, no-obligation quotes based on the individual needs of a company seeking either Certification or Qualification. If you are unsure of which you may require, linked here is an explanation of the difference between a Certification and Qualification. Outlining in which instances/circumstances you may need one, the other or possibly both; as well as their expirations. You can find us listed on NCCCO.org as well here. Should you have any more questions/concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us directly via phone or email.
Accredited Training Resource by NCCCO & EICA