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Regional Crane Operator Skills Competition
October 25, 2014


      Calling all Operators!      

Show off your skills at the Northeast Qualifying Event!

Top two winners will be sent to compete at the National Competition!
At the northeast regional in Massachusetts
  • 1st. place winner gets $500 and paid flight and hotel for the finals
  • 2nd place winner gets $200 and paid flight and hotel for the finals
  • 3rd place winner gets $50

Finalists compete for the $10,000 grand prize!

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Online Continuing Education Courses

Cranes101 now offers Online CE courses!
We are excited about the launch of our new website, Cranes101online.com
You now have the online option to complete the Continuing Education Courses required to renew your license.


Our trainers have years of experience in their respective fields. They are devoted to being current with the standards for training and safe practices.

With the changing nature of safety regulations, the need for documented and recognized training has never been greater. Our experience as expert witnesses on many occurrences has brought to our attention the need for documented training for each employer.

We at Crane’s are truly dedicated to the Safety business.

"On behalf of the OSHA Providence Area Office I would like to thank you for your assistance with a recent outreach activity. The event was a seminar for safety directors and facilities engineering staff from hospitals and universities located in Rhode Island.
Your session, which focused on construction crane safety from a site supervisors’ s perspective was exactly what the attendees had requested. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and experience with the group."


Patrick J. Griffin
Area Director
OSHA

"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

"Every one of my staff members agree that Randy did a superb job on Wednesday, thank you for sharing him with us."


Walley J. Richards-EHS Training Specialist-NYC Environmental Protection
Bureau of Water & Sewer Operations-Environmental Health & Safety

"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

"John Duff and Randall Purser did a fine job Again, these two men did you proud and hopefully they will be available when we ask for more."


Ben Cravey | Workforce Services Manager
Bechtel Australia | Guinea Alumina Project

"Thank you very much for your involvement in and contribution to the success of the 2009 New Hampshire Safety & Health Conference in Nashua. As a presenter you played an integral role in the success of the Conference."


Terry L. Booth
Regional Manager

Hi Sean, I took my 3A and 2D Hoisting exams and would like to give you some feedback. The prep course for the 3A exam was excellent. Material covered and prep test were extremely accurate and I have no doubt that I passed the exam, probably without any wrong. The 2D exam was completely different with roughly 50% of exam questions not covered in the course prep book or test. For example, there was only 1 of 5 questions on digging and trenching that was covered in the course prep book, practice test, or in the commonly asked question handout. In the future,if you care for some feedback,digging and trenching should receive much more emphasis than say the working of diesel/gasoline engines or hand signals about which no questions were asked.

Harvey Buckingham | Coordinator, Safety Hollingsworth & Vose Company