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 companies in the 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.Learn More
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If you own or use a mobile crawler crane and are not completing a lower carriage inspection on a regular basis, then you could be making a costly mistake. Every crane component has a finite lifespan and it only makes sense to maximize that lifespan. However, an ultimate failure of not completing a proper undercarriage inspection can lead to costly downtime and unnecessarily expensive repair.
One of the most lucrative careers in the heavy equipment industry is that of a crane operator. The skills that a crane operator brings to a job are essential for the completion of most construction projects.
The world’s strongest man is only as strong as the ground he is standing on. Standing on a solid surface he can lift the world; stand on a sandy beach the amount he can lift is significantly less. A crane’s outrigger set up is no different and when done properly you will maximize the crane’s lifting capacity.