Total Equipment Training’s Mobile Crane training program is done onsite, so your company near Virginia and its operators can comply with OSHA’s regulations.
Regulations for crane operators in Virginia include OSHA’s General Industry Standard (29 CFR 1910) or Construction Standard (29 CFR 1926) depending on the work you are doing in Virginia.
How to Become a Crane Operator in Virginia
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 Virginia
At Total Equipment Training, we offer on-site crane training and testing in Virginia and across the United States. Our qualified and knowledgeable instructors will travel to your locations for crane training, testing, and certification, which can be customized to meet your time, needs, and business objectives in Virginia.
CONTACT for the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry Main Street Centre:
600 East Main Street, Suite 207
Richmond, VA 23219
Phone: (804) 371- 2327
Fax: (804) 371- 6524
Testimonials from clients who used Total Equipment Training in Virginia
I wanted to follow up and thank Total Equipment Training again for your professional training program shared with our construction company. The crane operators and supervisors at our Richmond location have all received NCCCO certification as a result of your commendable service.
Total Equipment Training is unique compared to other Virginia based training school because of their thorough curriculum and the convenience of their trainers traveling to your location. They were here for one whole week, during which a lot of important and vital information and education was shared. However, the instructors never made it feel overwhelming. Total Equipment Training coming to our location made our certification process a lot simpler. In addition, after the training was completed our staff was able to integrate their knowledge into our job sites seamlessly.
The TET instructors taught our group about crane signals, crane safety and rigging. They also took their time while going over this. We now work safer and more efficiently than ever. Even though Virginia doesn’t currently require a license, I highly recommend any VA crane worker gets one. Besides, you’ll need to be NCCCO certified by this November anyway.
Thank you for your awesome training program. We’ll definitely use you again sometime in the future.”
To Whom It May Concern,
I would like to thank the Total Equipment Training. Your detailed instructions and amazing instructors has been of a tremendous benefit to our construction company. TET came for a whole week during two summers ago, and our company has significantly improved since. We have since used TET for all our heavy equipment training needs for all our locations here in Virginia.
Our company strives to have our trainees not just ready for the NCCCO exams, but also to be the best employee they can be in the field. Total Equipment Training makes sure that happens. Their instructors worked individually with each trainee to ensure they received the best education possible. And as a result, our trainees have yield above average results. They consistently receive high scores on their exams and are immediately ready to begin work in the field. By TET coming to our job sites, our trainees have no apprehension about starting in the field. TET’s hands-on approach allows for employees to utilize TET’s practical crane operating methods and lessons instantly.
We here at Xxxx Xxxxxxx are grateful for our continued partnership with Total Equipment Training. They make our company better and safer, plain and simple. Do yourself a favor. If you need crane operation training for your company, choose Total Equipment 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 crane operator training program to fit your needs and meet OSHA requirements.