Why Should Employees Get Crane Rigging Training?
Individuals who take part in PTS’s crane rigging training have the opportunity to earn their rigger and signal certification. PTS signal training delivers valuable instruction and verifies that participants know and understand the different types of signals used, how to operate equipment, and the different requirements of OSHA. The rigger and signal certification is an excellent way for employers to prepare their employees to successfully complete the NCCCO Rigger Certification program. In order to be eligible to receive the rigger and signal certification, one must fulfill the following requirements:
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Comply with CCO’s Substance Abuse Policy
- Pass Written Examination
- Pass Practical Examination
- Comply with the NCCCO Code of Ethics
With our state-of-the-art program, your employees will receive the information they need to operate as a safe and productive rigger.
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Careers with Crane Rigging Training
By going through crane rigging training at PTS and getting their rigger and signal certification, individuals can expect to work a career in mining support operations, construction, boat building, inland water transportation, and more.
The job growth for riggers is high. In 2018, the average salary for a rigger was $49,030.
Training Program Overview
The NCCCO Rigger Certification program makes it easy for employers to verify the training and knowledge of a rigger and ensure compliance. The PTS Certified Rigger Training Course is an excellent way to prepare your employees to successfully complete the NCCCO Rigger Certification program. With its state-of-the-art animations and clear and concise demonstrations, your employees will receive the information they need to operate as a safe and productive rigger.
Contact us to learn more about crane rigging training at PTS.