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    State of Montana Recognizes NCCER Crane Certification

    For Immediate Release
    5.17.13

    Alachua, Fla. — NCCER’s Mobile Crane Operator Certification has been granted reciprocity by the Montana Department of Labor and Industry.  Individuals with NCCER Mobile Crane Operator Certification will now be able to apply for an operator’s license in the state of Montana without further testing.

    As always, NCCER-certified Mobile Crane Operators, Riggers and/or Signal Persons are issued a Gold Card which provides all the information needed to verify their certifications to employers.  These certifications are portable, industry-recognized credentials that are verifiable in real-time through NCCER’s Automated National Registry (ANR).  This streamlined system for identifying certified operators with a single card using a single registry makes verification of credentials simple and straight-forward for both employers and craft professionals.

    NCCER’s Mobile Crane Operator Certification Program is OSHA-recognized and accredited by ANSI (American National Standards Institute). It offers 13 equipment specific certifications, including capacity maximums for each.  NCCER’s Rigger and Signal Person Certification Program offers three levels of rigger certification (Basic Rigger, Intermediate Rigger and Advanced Rigger) and a signal person certification.

    For more information, visit www.nccer.org/crane or call 888.622.3720.


    About NCCER — NCCER is a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) education foundation created by the construction industry to develop standardized curriculum with portable credentials and to help address the skilled construction workforce shortage. NCCER is recognized by the industry as the training, assessment, certification, and career development standard for the construction and maintenance craft professional. For more information, visit www.nccer.org or contact NCCER customer service at 888.622.3720.

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