Mobile Hydraulic - 80 Tonnes & Under

Follow these steps to become a certified Mobile Hydraulic – 80 Tonnes & Under (MH80) operator.  MH80 operators are certified to operate mobile hydraulic cranes with a capacity of 80 tonnes or less as well as all stiff or folding boom cranes.

Certification for Mobile Hydraulic – 80 Tonnes & Under crane operators is issued by SkilledTradesBC. Fulford Certification issues the provisional operators certificate (Level B) and conducts the practical assessment for the SkilledTradesBC.    

Step 1

Register with BC Crane Safety

You will need a BC Crane Safety registration number to make any application.  This is a quick and free on-line process.

Step 2

Apply for Level B
Provisional Certificate

This certificate is for you if you are learning to operate a crane as part of a workplace training program. For apprentices, your Level B certification can be renewed up to three times to allow you sufficient time to complete your training.

This certificate is also for you if you are a fully trained operator who is not yet certified to operate in BC.

Step 3
Choose your Certification Path

SkilledTradesBC Apprenticeship Program

Register as an apprentice and learn your trade while working under the mentorship of skilled and instructors and operators.  Your Provisional Mobile Hydraulic – 80 Tonnes & Under Certificate is matched to a BC ITA Apprenticeship Qualification (ticket) for the same crane type.

Challenge Certification

If you already have the skills to justify being awarded the qualification, you need to complete a SkilledTradesBC Challenge Application form.  The challenge process requires you to successfully complete the required SkilledTradesBC Challenge exam(s) and a practical assessment administered by Fulford Certification.

Step 4

Apply for SkilledTradesBC Practical Assessment

Once you have completed the SkilledTradesBC requirements  for your Mobile Hydraulic – 80 Tonnes & Under apprenticeship program or challenge process you are ready to apply to Fulford Certification for your practical assessment. 

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Level C

This certificate is for new / prospective crane operators. Level C Letters of Permission allow a prospective crane operator to learn in a controlled, directly supervised environment.  It in no way indicates that the holder possesses competence to operate a crane.

Restricted certification

Level D

This Certificate is for operators making specified lifts on specific crane type(s) at a single worksite. It is held by the employer on behalf of the employee and is not transferable between worksites or employers. Should the Level D crane operator leave the employ of the company named on the Level D Certificate, the Certificate is invalidated

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