NCCCO-Developed Industry Resources
In the 20 years since its inception, the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) has developed numerous safety resources, performed research studies, and compiled valuable information for the industry. This area of the website provides a central repository for this information so that those involved with crane safety can easily access these resources.
This page provides links to NCCCO-developed webinars, reference manuals, safety resources, videos, surveys, and other information useful for those involved with lifting activities.
- Upcoming webinars:
- CCO Crane Inspector Certification: Your Questions Answered
- Past webinars:
- NCCCO Articulating Crane Reference Manual (06/14)—This reference manual was created to assist candidates preparing to take the CCO Articulating Crane Operator certification examinations. The information contained in this manual was compiled by members of the NCCCO Articulating Crane Task Force.
- NCCCO Rigger Reference Manual (03/14)—This manual was created to assist candidates preparing to take the CCO rigger certification examinations. The information contained in this manual has been compiled from partial sections of ASME B30 standards (with written permission) and the prevailing OSHA regulations for rigging practices. The NCCCO Rigger Reference Manual includes the full NCCCO Rigger Reference Booklet (below).
- NCCCO Rigger Reference Booklet (04/14)—This booklet includes rigging hardware, sling, load block, and other capacity information that may be used in CCO rigger certification exams.
- NCCCO Signalperson Reference Manual (05/14)—This reference manual was created to assist candidates preparing to take the CCO Signalperson certification examinations. The information contained in this manual has been compiled from a number of different sources.
- NCCCO Tower Crane Reference Manual (03/14)—This manual has been developed as a reference source for candidates preparing to take the CCO Tower Crane Operator certification exam. The materials contained within provide technical information, specifications, load charts, and general information regarding tower cranes (not specific to any single manufacturer). None of the information is to be used for the actual erecting, dismantling, climbing, operating, or maintenance of any tower crane; such information must be obtained from the manufacturer’s operating manual specific to the type of crane involved.
- Three Decades of Experience: An NCCCO Survey of Three-Time Recertificants—NCCCO polled several hundred CCO-certified operators who had been recertified three times to find out what they saw as the most significant changes in the industry since they stepped up into the operator’s seat; they were also asked what safety lessons they would pass along to less-experienced operators.