NCCCO exams, examiner workshops offered at ConExpo-Con/Agg
Visitors will be able to see videos of all NCCCO practical exams and enter a drawing for large model crane as well as learn about all of NCCCO’s other activities at ConExpo-Con/Agg.
CCO Certification Exam Administrations
On the first day of the show, Tuesday March 22, ConExpo-Con/Agg attendees will be able to take any of the CCO written exams in dedicated rooms located near the NCCCO booth. CCO Signalperson and Rigger Level I practical exams will also be offered on the first two days. To register and get the complete schedule for written exams, Signalperson practical exams, or Rigger Level I practical exams, please contact Shawna Parham at email@example.com. Preregistration is required for all written exams and for the Signalperson and Rigger Level I practical exams.
On all five days of the show, CCO practical exams will be offered for mobile, tower, and articulating crane operators as well as Rigger Level II candidates. To register and get the complete schedule for any of these practical exams, contact Erin Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Practical Examiner Accreditation Workshops
In the days before, during, and after the exposition, NCCCO will hold Practical Examiner Accreditation Program (PEAP) workshops for CCO certificants seeking to become Practical Examiners for CCO programs.
The three-day mobile crane PEAP will be held before the expo on March 16-18 and the two-day tower crane PEAP on March 19-20.
On the last day of the show, March 26, the Signalperson PEAP will be offered. A Rigger Level I PEAP will be held on March 27-28 and a Rigger Level II PEAP on March 29-30. Please direct any questions about the PEAP workshops to Erin Jones at email@example.com. Preregistration is required for all PEAP workshops.
Lift Safety Zone
NCCCO is also participating in the Lift Safety Zone (LSZ) with the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) and the Crane Certification Association of America (CCAA).
Located in Silver Lot 4 (S-19722) and open throughout the exposition, the LSZ is an area where anyone working with and around cranes and other aerial lift equipment can find expert advice on safe setup and operation. The LSZ is geared toward crane and aerial work platform safety, with particular attention to how ground conditions can affect equipment stability in different positions and weather conditions.
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