the information NCCCO provides, and
the instructions contained in the
Practical Examination Test Site Coordinator
Handbook, the Test Site Coordinator
should prepare the cranes and lay
out the test site.
Before the Examiner
can begin testing, he/she will need
to verify the test site has been laid
out correctly. A copy of the
Practical Examination Site
Cranes and Overhead
Cranes) can be found online. NCCCO
encourages Test Site Coordinators
to use this report to check that all
items are in order before the Examiner
arrives. This will expedite the Examiner’s
verification of the test site.
permanent practical test sites, the
requirement for a Site Inspection
prior to each test may be waived.
This option is available only to test
sites where there has been no change
in test crane, test site/location
and Test Site Coordinator in the last
six months. If it has been more than
six months since the last full Site
Inspection was conducted, another
full Site Inspection must be performed.
If the Test Site Coordinator requests
a Test Site Report Waiver, the Examiner
must have the Test Site Coordinator
sign a statement on the last page
of the Site Report attesting that
all the requirements for such a waiver
have been met.
instructions on setting up a Practical
Test Site are contained in the Test
Site Coordinator Handbook for
the Practical Examination.