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Navada State Hoisting License Requirements

Currently, your state does not mandate a Crane Operator License. Please beware that soon you will need a Crane Operator Certificate to operate a crane if Alaska decides not to commence licensing. A growing number of jobs are now requiring Crane Operator Certification.

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Crane topples, kills operator
A construction crane toppled and killed its operator in a heavy equipment yard in Crestmore, say San Bernardino County Fire Department officials. The victim died at the scene of the 3:50 p.m. accident Monday, May 11, along the 11400 block of South Cactus Avenue in Crestmore, an unincorporated area east of Bloomington. “The crane was destined to go to a job tomorrow,” said Capt. Kyle Hauducoeur. “They were checking it and stowing the crane on a mobile platform today. “They experienced a problem (and) the operator attempted to warn everybody.

UPDATE: Nevada man killed in construction crane accident “The crane actually fell on him. He was pinned inside the operator’s cab.” The 75-ton machine landed on its side. As evening neared, the crews of a fire engine, a ladder truck and a heavy rescue unit were making arrangements to raise the crane so that the victim’s body could be removed. The man’s name was not released. Firefighters estimated that he was about 70 years old.
At least one person is reportedly injured in a crash between a vehicle and construction crane.
CHELSEA — A local woman was hurt Thursday when her car was hit by a construction crane on Route 9. Sally Gousse, 76, was taken to MaineGeneral Medical Center in Augusta with serious injuries after the 1 p.m. accident, Maine Department of Public Safety Spokesman Steve McCausland said in a news release.
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Eugene Green, 52, of Manchester, who was driving the crane, was not hurt. Gousse, driving a PT Cruiser, pulled out of her driveway near Tims RV Service and into the path of the crane, McCausland said, which Green was driving north towards Augusta on Route 9. “The big rig swerved, attempting to avoid the collision, but struck the car on the driver’s side,” McCausland said. Gousse was trapped inside her car. Chelsea Fire Chief Shawn Ramage said crews worked for a half hour to cut her free. Rescuers initially called for a LifeFlight helicopter, but an aircraft was not immediately available so the request was canceled. Route 9 was closed in the area for about an hour.
Gousse’s car was destroyed, McCausland said. There was little damage to the crane, which is owned by Vassalboro-based W.H. Green and Sons.

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