NCCCO Certified Lift Director [Flowchart]

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Sparked by a number of industry forces, including 29CFR 1926.1400 (Federal OSHA), ASME P30.1 (Lift Planning), ASME B30.5 (Mobile and Locomotive Cranes), the responsibilities of a Lift Director, and in turn, nationally recognized Certified Lift Director status, continues to grow in both interest and importance in the crane, rigging, and load handling industries. NCCCO's Lift Director certification program was developed by a task force made up of experts covering the full range of the crane industry including, but not limited to:

Management

End Users

Trainers

Safety Supervisors

So what does it take to become an NCCCO Certified Lift Director?
Click here to view course details!

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