How do I become a NCCCO Certified Signal Person?

To be a NCCCO Certified Signal Person you must be at least 18 years of age and be able to show proficiency in giving both hand signal and voice commands. You must also demonstrate an understanding of crane dynamics and crane operations as cited in OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1428. As a candidate you must also pass both the written and practical portions of the certification exam. Training companies like Total Equipment Training can help by training you in both the written and practical aspects of this certification and provide testing. Our online study materials are another tool you can use to help you study and pass the NCCCO Signal Person Certification.What Being NCCCO Certified Means

How will purchasing online study materials help me pass my certification exam?

Here at Total Equipment Training we understand how important it is for you to get NCCCO Certified. Our online training materials are a great way to brush up on your skills and study for your certification. When using our online study materials, you will have all of the necessary information to study for the written exam at your fingertips. Our study materials are comprehensive and user friendly.

What is included in the online study manual for NCCCO Signal Person?

Our online study manual for NCCCO Signal Person is a comprehensive, easy to read manual complete with illustrations for all of the visual learners out there! You will find that we have taken the time to make sure that our manuals are simple and straight to the point, yet cover everything you need to know. If you would like to brush up on your knowledge after studying the manual, we also provide comprehensive practice tests.

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How can Total Equipment Training help me?

Here at Total Equipment Training our trainers come with over 10 years of field experience. Our thorough and easy to understand training programs are what make us stand out from the rest. We are here to help you pass your certification with hands on in person training at your place of business, with your equipment. Through our affiliation with NCCCO, we are able to prepare, set-up, and test for NCCCO written and practical exams at your location. If you are an employer and are interested in our training program you can contact us here. We are also happy to provide you with our online study materials which you can find on our website.

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About the Author

As the owner of Total Equipment Training, Barb Fullman has been an active contributor to the heavy equipment training industry for over 23 years. Barb, a Penn State University graduate, is recognized as the highest ranking women-owned heavy equipment training business in the US. As a leading authority and provider of heavy equipment training, training manuals and tests based on OSHA Standards and Regulations, Total Equipment Trainings’ client list is composed of most of the Fortune 1000 companies focusing on energy, construction, heavy highway, and manufacturing.

Barb’s motto is “Stay safe, stay up to date”. She is committed to up-to-date & technically correct training, whether it is via in-person or through our library of online heavy equipment resources. With over 50 OSHA qualifying training topics to choose from with TET, the most popular heavy equipment training subjects are mobile cranes, NCCCO, all “dirt equipment”, rigging, crane inspections, and train-the-trainer.