Do you want to use the Safety Management Portal, but you just need some instructions to get you started? We’ve created a series of videos to best explain how to use the Safety Management Portal to keep your employees’ safety operator training and equipment inspections up-to-date. Keep your job-site safer and significantly reduce your administrative costs with the Safety Management Portal. What could be better than that?
Recognized Leaders in Crane and Heavy Equipment Safety Training
Cranes101 has proudly offered safety training since 2001, helping companies keep their employees safe on the job.
We offer a wide selection of safety training classes applicable to industries, including construction, arboriculture, sign installers, precast/concrete, and warehousing/logistics, to name a few. Our classes provide certificate training to operate cranes, industrial and commercial forklifts, bucket trucks, and personnel lifts/MEWPs. We also train and certify signal persons and riggers. New and updated classes are being created all the time.
Our classes meet or exceed federal and state requirements to operate heavy equipment. We offer nationally accredited crane licensing, Massachusetts state license preparation and continuing education credits, operator safety, and equipment inspection. Cranes101 continually updates educational materials to meet and exceed changes in the law and industry standards.
Per OSHA’s requirements. we also offer qualification for workers using the exact equipment they use on the job.
Our company will send our trainers to on-site locations all across the country. Student operators, seasoned or prospective, will benefit from a balanced training experience, complete with classroom and hands-on time.
Cranes101Online offers online training classes for workers as a convenient way to meet requirements.
What makes our training unique?
Our instructors have decades of field knowledge, giving them the ability to relate to attendees on a real-life basis.
The founder and president of Cranes101 is an active member of the ASME crane code writing committee, as well as an ANSI Z133 committee member. In addition, he consults as an expert witness regarding crane accidents. His vast industry knowledge and commitment to the safety standards are built into every class.