Miller Safety Consulting provides the most complete crane and rigging training in the Region through its subdivision Crane & Rigging Consultants. Crane & Rigging Consultants, Inc. provides crane safety training, rigging training, crane operator certification, and crane inspections. Steve Miller has over 40 years of experience in the crane and rigging industry. He's been on all sides of the industry ranging from operation, management, consulting, inspection, and training. Over the past 30 years, Rich Trosper also has gained experience with all the different perspectives of crane and rigging. Between the two of them, students can rest assured that they are getting quality training from men who have been there. They are experts that can identify with students on every level. The training sessions can be held on site as well as in a classroom setting. Crane and Rigging Consultants, Inc. also provides NCCCO crane, rigging, and signal person certification testing in Denver and throughout the United States.
The advantage of bringing the training classes and tests to your facility is that you get to test on your machines that you are familiar with and operate every day. Be advised that the planning and permit paperwork process for bringing a NCCCO test to your facility can take four to six weeks. Plan ahead!
Training is offered for top management, estimators, project managers, superintendents, safety personnel, crane operators, riggers, and signal persons. Like most management systems, crane and rigging safety starts with comprehensive planning before the crane ever gets delivered to the job. Critical factors in crane and rigging safety include having the right equipment, personnel, and the time to do the job right. Everyone must understand their role in the process. Crane safety is not just about the crane operator being the "Captain of the Ship".
Training classes can be tailored to the client's specific needs. Classes range from one to five days and can include technical classroom training as well as hands on training in the field.
Classroom training is based on meeting the criteria outlined in OSHA Subpart CC - Crane Standard, ASME B30.5-2007 Operator and Signal Person, ANSI A10.42 - Qualified Rigger Standards, and others
NCCCO Crane Operator exam preparation classes include 16 hours of classroom time.
NCCCO Basic Rigger and Signal Person preparation classes include 8 hours of classroom time.