California hoisting license information

California State Hoisting License Requirements

To operate a crane you need to submit certain documents including a copy of you Nationally Accredited Crane Certification.

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California cites two employers after worker loses life in drainage shaft
Tyler Development Inc. and its sub-contractor, D&D Construction Specialties Inc., were cited and fined for multiple safety and health violations after a worker died inside a drainage shaft. The companies were building a single-family house in Bel Air, Calif. A D&D Construction employee, sent into a drainage shaft to remove mud and debris, lost consciousness from lack of oxygen after descending 10 feet. The worker then fell another 40 feet and drowned in a foot of water.
Read More: Cal/OSHA cited D&D Construction for 13 violations including failing to: ensure safe entry into a confined space; test the environment to determine if additional protective equipment was needed; and have an effective method for rescuing a worker in a confined space. Tyler Development was cited for five violations including failing to evaluate the worksite for possible permit-required confined spaces and failing to ensure the subcontractor met the requirements to comply with a permit-required program. D&D Construction and Tyler Development were proposed fines of $337,700 and $14,870, respectively.
California cites moving company following serious amputation injury
California OSHA has cited Ming International LLC in Carson for safety and health violations. Cal/OSHA inspectors determined that the company failed to adequately guard workers from energized parts on electrical equipment—including gears on a carpet shredder that caused a serious amputation injury—and failed to protect workers from foot injury hazards.

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