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Colorado Crane Operator School

Crane Operator Training

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Colorado Crane Operator School

Crane Operator Certifications

Colorado Crane Operator School

Crane Operator Training

Crane and Rigging Consultants

Heavy Lift Crane Inspections

Crane and Rigging Consultants

Mobile Crane Inspections

What We Do

Colorado Crane Operator School provides training programs that include qualification and certification for personnel who use cranes and rigging to perform their jobs. We are known for making learning enjoyable and information simple and easy to understand, all while maintaining a high level of quality. That is why we are one of the most sought after training company in mid-west. Open enrollment programs are scheduled monthly, and we can bring any of our training programs to your facility or job site, customized for your personnel and equipment requirements. Colorado Crane Operator School is a division of MSC Safety Solutions.

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Mortenson Construction has used MSC Safety Solutions and specifically Rich Trosper for “on hire” crane inspections for several years. I have found them to be responsive, well trained, and easy to work with on multiple occasions. Rich has a sound understanding of all types of cranes. I know that if MSC and Rich are involved I can be assured the crane is structurally sound, assembled per manufacturer standards, and in good working condition. I would not hesitate to recommend their services. Please call with questions. John Pole, Field Operations Manager

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Recent posts on industry news, insightful information and anecdotes.

NEW LIEBHERR LTM 1230-5.1 UNVEILED AT CUSTOMER DAYS

The LTM 1230-5.1 is the successor to the global success that was the LTM 1200-5.1.

Wind & Cranes in Construction

There are a few keys to remember for safe crane operations and https://ccoschool.us/wp-admin/post-new.phpthe variable that wind plays, both sustained and gusting, that need to be considered every single day!

OSHA’s Proposed Rule Clarifies Operator Requirements: Certification Alone is Not Enough

On May 21st OSHA published its long awaited proposed rule on crane operator requirements. This new proposed rule attempts to ratify concerns that were brought up by industry stakeholders over the 2010 rules language requiring that certifications include type and capacity.