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Alexa Bomersbach, Marketing Specialist - CICB

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  • Featured image for the blog post - How Do I Become a Rigger?

    How Do I Become a Rigger?

    The first day began with taking a pre-test, to see what rigging knowledge we brought to the class. For those who want to become a rigger but are starting from the beginning, this may not be much at all.

  • Featured image for the blog post - How Can I Become a CCO-Certified Mobile Crane Operator?

    How Can I Become a CCO-Certified Mobile Crane Operator?

    This week, I had the experience of attempting to become CCO certified by taking CICB’s CCO Mobile Crane Operator Training Course. Since I was new to mobile crane operation, I took CICB’s Mobile Crane Operator Training (MCOT) course last week, which can serve as the introductory version of the CCO class.

  • Featured image for the blog post - So you want to become a crane operator …

    So you want to become a crane operator …

    This past week, I had the pleasure of taking CICB’s Mobile Crane Operator Training Course (MCOT).

    This course is recommended for anyone who wants to become a crane operator, and it is often paired with the NCCCO Mobile Crane Operator prep course.

  • Featured image for the blog post - Introducing CICB’s NEW Rigging Programs

    Introducing CICB’s NEW Rigging Programs

    In section 5-3, ASME introduce to the industry a requirement for rigger qualifications.

    Specifically, there ought to be at least one qualified rigger on any job site where a mobile crane is being used, regardless of industry.

  • Featured image for the blog post - Rigger Certification vs Rigger Qualification – What is the Difference?

    Rigger Certification vs Rigger Qualification – What is the Difference?

    Some certifications may meet the requirements for an employer to designate as qualified, but the reverse is not true.

  • Featured image for the blog post - Which Rigger Training is Right For My Team?

    Which Rigger Training is Right For My Team?

    Studies suggest that close to 40% of the various activities associated with conducting a lift are the responsibility of the riggers and lift directors.

  • Featured image for the blog post - Which is the Best Rigging Certification for the Wind Energy Industry?

    Which is the Best Rigging Certification for the Wind Energy Industry?

    Given the unavoidable dangers associated with constructing turbines towering hundreds of feet in the air, it is paramount that highly trained, highly qualified crews direct the lifts.

  • Featured image for the blog post - The Ultimate Guide to Rigging

    The Ultimate Guide to Rigging

    Riggers are integral to every lift. With their skills and safe operations below the hook, crane operators can do their job with confidence, knowing their load is safe.

  • Featured image for the blog post - An Interview with CICB’s Crane Expert Witnesses

    An Interview with CICB’s Crane Expert Witnesses

    CICB has three expert witnesses on staff.

    All three are NCCCO-certified crane operators, riggers, lift directors and inspectors, as well as full-time instructors, with decades of experience in the industry and multiple engagements as crane expert witnesses.

  • Featured image for the blog post - Why Choose the NCCCO for Mobile Crane Operator Certifications?

    Why Choose the NCCCO for Mobile Crane Operator Certifications?

     The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) was founded in 1995 as an independent, nonprofit organization specifically “to develop effective performance standards for safe crane operation.”

  • Featured image for the blog post - Change Behavior Through Storytelling

    Change Behavior Through Storytelling

  • Featured image for the blog post - Five Ways To Build a Safety Culture

    Five Ways To Build a Safety Culture

    On average, there are 4 deaths every month in crane-related incidents, with countless injuries in additon.

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