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Dec 4 : OSHA issues final rule of Crane Operator Certification requirements

OSHA issued a final rule that clarifies certification requirements for crane operators. Under the final rule employers are required to train, certify/license, and evaluate operators to safely perform crane activities. Operators can be certified ba..... READ MORE


Dec 1 : What Works For Me – December 2018

The next blog in our series called “What Works For Me”, is written by NTAOHN President - Kevin Bready - CLICK HERE to read..... READ MORE


Oct 12 : Texas size WELCOME to our latest members..

TSAOHN gives a Texas-sized Welcome! to our new members below: Sharanjeet Sohal - ATAOHN Erin Turner - HTAOHN Heather MacBeth-Estrada - HTAOHN Kristen  Cheairs - HTAOHN Tameka Bragg - HTAOHN Keisha Guzman-Jones - HTA..... READ MORE


Sep 26 : A MESSAGE FROM YOUR TSAOHN PRESIDENT: AAOHN Chapter Proposal

Dear Members, GOOD NEWS! As you know AAOHN has been working on the concerns expressed by our members and Chapter Leaders . The Task Force recommended an Optional Chapter Structure, which was approved by the AAOHN Directors. Posted by AAOHN i..... READ MORE


Sep 1 : What Works For Me – September 2018

The next blog in our series called "What Works For Me", is written by Connie Milliff  - CLICK HERE to read..... READ MORE


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OSHA issued a final rule that clarifies certification requirements for crane operators.

Under the final rule employers are required to train, certify/license, and evaluate operators to safely perform crane activities. Operators can be certified based on either the crane's type and capacity, or type only, ensuring that more accredited testing organizations are eligible to meet OSHA's certification program requirements. Most requirements in the final rule will become effective on Dec, 9, 2018. The evaluation and documentation requirements will become effective on Fed. 17, 2019.

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OSHA issued a final rule that clarifies certification requirements for crane operators.

Under the final rule employers are required to train, certify/license, and evaluate operators to safely perform crane activities. Operators can be certified based on either the crane's type and capacity, or type only, ensuring that more accredited testing organizations are eligible to meet OSHA's certification program requirements. Most requirements in the final rule will become effective on Dec, 9, 2018. The evaluation and documentation requirements will become effective on Fed. 17, 2019.

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OSHA issued a final rule that clarifies certification requirements for crane operators.

Under the final rule employers are required to train, certify/license, and evaluate operators to safely perform crane activities. Operators can be certified based on either the crane's type and capacity, or type only, ensuring that more accredited testing organizations are eligible to meet OSHA's certification program requirements. Most requirements in the final rule will become effective on Dec, 9, 2018. The evaluation and documentation requirements will become effective on Fed. 17, 2019.

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