New OSHA rule requires boom truck operators to have NCCCO / CCO crane certifications. We have ours.

Perhaps the most beautiful parts of what we do is discovered when we get to see all aspects of the job in motion.This includes when we install those office building signs that cascade over neighborhoods because our team, specifically our boom truck operators and our trucks, get to put their skills to the test.

While we're at it, here's a quick shout-out to those steadfast, hard-working boom truck operators who are now CCO Certified by the NCCCO, as OSHA now requires.

What is the NCCCO?

NCCCO stands for the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators. It’s a non-profit accrediting standard founded in 1986 dedicated to keeping performance standards relevant, high, and safe.

According to their website, the NCCCO’s Mission is to:

“To develop effective performance standards for those who work in and around cranes; provide fair, valid, and reliable assessments of their knowledge and skill; and act as an authoritative industry resource of related information.”

What is NCCCO’s CCO Certification?

CCO stands for Certified Crane Operator, in short, our operators meet standards for cranes that can lift at least 2,000 lbs.

What do our NCCO Certifications mean for your signs?

It means you can have peace of mind and know that when you come to us for your signage job, you can feel safe in knowing everything is done right the first time, above board and up to specs.

Want to learn more about our boom truck operators and our sign installation process? Contact us today.

We’ll be happy to answer every question you have and show you first-hand how our process works.

Once again, a big thank you to our incredible boom truck operators. We're not where we are without you.