What's New

Our seasonal schedule of public signal/rigging classes and operator certification classes for 2013/14 has now concluded.  Classes and testing for the 2014/15 season will be scheduled and posted by August of 2014.

For the latest information about OSHA's proposed extension for operator certification, visit the CIC website here.

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To sign up for the seasonal newsletter, click HERE and type “Newsletter Signup” in subject line.

To view past issues of the newsletter, click HERE.

Are you looking for training in leadership, teamwork, communication skills, customer service, or other “soft-skill” areas for your employees? Visit our sister company, Tango Training, here.

Self-Qualifying Quiz

Take this quiz to see if you're qualified to self-document as a signalperson and rigger.
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Jave is New England Crane School's longest-standing client. He has been working on his "under 21 tons" certification for three years now, but due to the unfortunate lack of opposable thumbs, he has not yet passed his practical exam. He takes advantage of our policy of allowing exam re-take candidates to attend future classes free of charge, so look for him in the back of the classroom this season.

Welcome to New England Crane School

Our training classes are taught by experienced, NCCCO- and CIC-certified crane operators who understand the practical realities and challenges of working safely and effectively on crane sites. Using a combination of instructor lectures, participant discussions, videotaped scenarios and hands-on practice, we go beyond the textbook and teach you what you really need to know.

 

Employers, are you in compliance with OSHA’s 2010 regulations for signalman and riggers? We offer an economical, one-day certification course for signaling and basic rigging. Visit our signalman and rigging page for more information.

Read a fact sheet on the new OSHA standard for qualified signalpersons here.

Read a fact sheet on the new OSHA standard for qualified riggers here.