Total Equipment Training’s Mobile Crane training program is done onsite, so your company near Texas and its operators can comply with OSHA’s regulations.
Regulations for crane operators in Texas include OSHA’s General Industry Standard (29 CFR 1910) or Construction Standard (29 CFR 1926) depending on the work you are doing in Texas.
How To Become A Mobile Certified Crane Operator In Texas?
Federal OSHA requires all crane operators to adopt CCO (Certified Crane Operator) certification by November 10, 2018. Certifying agencies, such as NCCCO issue CCO certification upon successful written and practical examinations.
Our On-Site Mobile Crane Operator Training Locations in Texas
At Total Equipment Training, we offer on-site mobile crane training and testing in Texas. Our qualified and knowledgeable Texas based instructors will travel to your locations for crane training, testing, and NCCCO certification. This can be customized to meet your schedule, deadlines, and budget.
Employees will usually complete the course in a week. Upon completion they will be ready to take the NCCCO Certification Exam for mobile crane operators, required by the state of Texas for anyone operating a mobile crane.
Taking the Written NCCCO Mobile Crane Certification Exam in Texas
- Complete the application form and submit the fee (payable by check, money order or credit card) to NCCCO.
- Make sure each employee taking the test has met the ASME B30 physical requirements which now no longer requires a Texas DOT physical examination.
- Note that the fee structure has changed for 2020. Paper application forms are found here. PPT applications are available with TET for the following CCO certifications:
- Mobile Crane Operator – Specialities, Fixed Cab and Swing Cab
- Rigger 1
- Signal Person
Testimonials from Our Clients
To Whom It May Concern:
As a construction business owner here in Houston, I would like to thank Total Equipment Training for their fantastic service and recommend their expertise in crane equipment training for all Texas crane companies. I needed to get my crane operators and supervisors NCCCO certified before this November. As I searched through the various training companies, it became apparent to me TET was the best choice to help my business’s needs.
Last May, Total Equipment Training was the instructor for our week-long NCCCO certification class for 18 of our Crane Operators and Supervisors, of which I was one of the students. TET trainers motivate everyone in the class to strive for excellence. My company’s NCCCO certification class taught by our TET instructor could not have yielded better results. He motivated all me and all of my employees to take the most out of our NCCCO certification class.
TET gave further insight and instructions crane signals, crane safety, and rigging. TET’s trainers had all the answers to all of our questions. They took their time to explain every detail thoroughly. And now, as a result, all of our employees are CCO certified and working better and safer in the field. I couldn’t be happier with choosing TET.”
I just want to say how excellent Total Equipment Training is! Their in-depth NCCCO certification class given by their expert instructors have been a great benefit to our Dallas-based construction company.
What a great decision it was to choose TET. They could not have made crane operating training any simpler. They came to us, on our site, and used our equipment. What a practical way to learn how to use a crane! And that only helped make what we learned in the classroom all the more relatable. None of our 23 employees had any unease about taking that certification test.
All 23 passed with flying colors. And so much of our success has to be attributed to the dedicated staff at TET. We not only pride ourselves on our CCO certification, but we feel safer and more professional working in the field. I recommend Total Equipment Training for all Texan crane operators!”
INTERESTED IN MOBILE CRANE OPERATOR TRAINING?
Contact us today or give us a call at (610) 321-2679 and our knowledgeable staff will provide you with the information you need and tailor an on-site mobile crane operator training program to fit your needs and meet OSHA requirements in Texas.