One of our trainers, Randy Sheehan, is looking for seasoned crane operators for work in NH. He’d like workers who have their Class B CDL and who can operate a 110 ton Liebherr RT crane and/or a 175 ton Tadano crane. If you’re interested and fit these requirements, please give Randy a call at (603)966-0442.
New Hampshire crane operator certification – learn about local requirements for safety training for cranes, forklifts, aerial lifts, hoisting, bucket trucks, signal person, rigger, and more.
Tree care and landscaping companies in New England, please take note, especially those using cranes to do treework. On August 4, 2021, OSHA came out with their first-ever Regional Emphasis Program (REP) directive for New England. You can read the entire directive from OSHA here. How does this affect people in the Tree Industry? OSHA is on a
We at Cranes101 value safety above all else, but we understand that the cost of training can, at times, be a burden. That is why we have made a progressive effort to supply training grant links to those who want to remain safe on the job, but may need help financing the process. These states’