OSHA Crane Safety Delay

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has officially extended the deadline for sign, graphics and visual communications companies to comply with crane operator certification requirements. The new deadline is November 2018—a full year after it was originally due to take effect. The regulation will require any professional who operates a mobile crane to be OSHA-certified. Some states also mandate crane operator certification and this OSHA delay does not affect those in states requiring it.

 

If you have any questions, check out www.signs.org/cranes or please contact Kenny Peskin (Kenny.Peskin@signs.org).

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