Mobile Crane

SkilledTradesBC Practical Assessment for Certification of Mobile Crane Operators

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For individual operators applying and paying for their Level A assessment 

For employers applying and paying for their staff’s Level A assessment 

What's the process ?

The Assessment

The assessment has three parts and takes 2 – 2.5 hours to complete.
Part 1:  Hand Signals
Part 2:  Load Chart & Rigging Exam
Part 3:  On-Crane Practical Assessment
             A. Pre-Operational Inspections
             B. Set-up & Hazard Assessment
             C. Crane Operation

Location & Fees

We assess you on your site on any crane that is within the classification you applied for.  Cancellation and rescheduling fees apply if you are unable to attend your appointment. 

Crane & Site Requirements

Your crane must have a valid inspection certificate, log book and load chart . A room is required for the operator to write the load chart test undisturbed.  The crane must be set-up in an area free of obstructions and large enough to extend 75% of its boom.

Certificate Details & Policies

Information about the policies and procedures governing this certificate and its issuance.

Foundational Documents

Competence standards and related documents governing the content of the Certificate and its achievement criteria.

Fulford’s practical assessments are tailored to the type of mobile crane used: Lattice Friction, Lattice Hydraulic, or Hydraulic Unlimited Tonnage.

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