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Aerial Lift Safety Standards

Clients rely on us to lift, move, and place all manner of equipment and machinery. Most of that work requires lifting by crane. But our lifting and rigging experts also often work at heights as part of the process. That requires operating and working from boom, scissor and other types of lifts, and that takes additional, specialized training.

The Ironworkers Union provides training to all of our riggers, enabling them to earn aerial lift certification that fully complies with OSHA standards.  

Read more about the safety standards that guide how we work, and also about the Certified Crane Operator program and what it means to the safety of your next job. 

  1. Avetta
  2. IsNetWorld
  3. Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association