Certified Rigger and Signal Person

Crane Care Operations endorses the National Certification program offered by the National Commision for the Certification of Certified Riggers and Signalers (NCCCO), and provides training to prepare candidates for NCCCO Examinations.



​​We offer three types of rigging class and two types of signal person class. ( B30.5 )
    
Basic Rigger: (competent) 1 to 3 year expiration.Basics of being a rigger. It is a 1 day course.


Course covers: 
-Rigging Safety
-Basic Rigging with a crane
-Basic rigging
-Knots
-Basic Rigging safety test and practical exam
-Also if we are at your site we can RIG with your equipment to show proper usage in actual work place.                                                  
    
OSHA Qualified Rigger:This is a 1 day 8 hours course. Is also used with OSHA Qualified Signaler Course


 Course covers: 
-Rigging Safety and maintenance 
-Rigging with a crane
-Rigging attachments
-Knots

-Power Point presentation
-Rigging written exam  
-Rigging Practical Exam 
-Crane Care Operations workbook


NCCCO Certified Rigger:   It is a 2 Day course. usually paired with Certified Singaler

 Course covers: 
-Rigging Safety
-Rigging with a crane
-Basic rigging
-Knots
-Rigging written exam  
-Rigging Practical Exam 
-Rigger Reference Book (OSHA)
-Advanced rigging study guide



Basic Signal Person: usually paired with basic rigging. Covers the Basics of being a qualified signal person. We will cover all of the OSHA B30.5 hand Signals as well as the basics of voice signals.
    
Qualified Signaler: This course will cover the basics hand signals and voice signals.  B30.5 will be taught and tested on. Written and Practical mandatory.


Certified Signal Person: This course will cover the basics and advanced hand/voice signals. It will also get you NCCCO certified to give hand signals for crane operations. You will have to pass a practical exam as well as a written exam.  

call for price quote:  David Shelley 916-470-7557














A certified rigger is a person who has been trained and certified to handle and move loads. The level of certification depends upon the individual’s training, knowledge, skill base, and ability to perform functions related to the selection, inspection, and proper use of rigging equipment.
 
CERTIFIED RIGGER LEVEL I

NCCCO identified the following job duties for Rigger Level I certification. A Certified Rigger Level I can perform simple, repetitive rigging tasks when the load weight, center of gravity, the rigging, and rigging configuration are provided or known by the rigger through experience or on-the-job training prior to the rigging activities. Specifically, Level I Riggers should be able to demonstrate or have knowledge of how to:

Inspect rigging before use
Identify and attach rigging with basic knowledge of hitch configurations, capacities, and basic knots
Recognize associated hazards
Signal operations
Use various types of rigging equipment and basic hitches and their applications

 
As applicable, Level II Riggers will also have a working knowledge of hoisting equipment, winches, jacks, industrial rollers, and similar equipment.