National Center for Construction Education & Research
Gainesville, Fla. — The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) has been approved by the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department, Hoisting Program Committee for assessing crane operators with both written and practical examinations. Individuals with NCCER Mobile Crane Operator Certification will be able to apply for crane operator licensure in the state of New Mexico.
NCCER’s Mobile Crane Operator Certification Program is OSHA‐recognized and accredited by ANSI (American National Standards Institute). Any organization that is an NCCER Crane Endorsed Accredited Assessment Center can administer the mobile crane operator certification program. Qualified industry professionals are able to deliver the Mobile Crane Operator Certification Program giving them the advantage of scheduling tests as equipment is available and time permits. The Mobile Crane Operator Certification Program consists of written assessments and practical examinations that meet or exceed current ASME B30.5 consensus safety standards and OSHA 29 CFR part 1926 subpart CC.
NCCER’s partnership with North American Crane Bureau, Inc. (NACB) and Prov, Inc. equals more than 40 years of combined expertise in certification, crane operations, and testing. NCCER‐ certified mobile crane operators earn portable, industry‐recognized credentials that are verifiable in real‐time through NCCER’s Automated National Registry (ANR).
“The ease and flexibility of scheduling exams, as well as getting test results back in 15 minutes puts the NCCER operator certification way above the other certifications available,” said Richard Nickel, vice president of Carolina Bridge Company Inc.