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OSHA Looks Into Extending Deadline for Employers to Meet Crane Safety Standards

Friday, September 1, 2017 | 698 | 0 | 0 min read

The federal work safety agency is looking into giving crane operators an extra year to meet the qualifications set out in a standard adopted in 2010. The standard initially gave employers four years to ensure that their crane operators met one of the following criteria to prove they could competently operate a crane:  Certified by an accredited independent testing organization. Met the standards of an employer's independently audited program. Was authorized and trained to operate cranes by the U.S. military. In compliance with qualifying local or state licensing requirements. ...

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