International Sign Association's Updated Crane Safety Training to Occur in More Than 40 Locations in 2011
SignIndustry.com - The Online Magazine for the Sign Trade.
Home | Site Map | Buyer's Guide Search  
Event Calendar Article Archive Message Boards Classifieds Product Showcases News Advertise Search Join Now

CATEGORIES
  3-D Signs
  ADA
  Architectural
  Awnings &
  Flexible Face
  Banners
  Business Development
  CNC Routing
  Computer Technology
  Digital Imaging
  Dynamic Digital
  Electric
  Estimating
  Finishing & Lams 
  Flatbed UV
  Garment Decoration
  Installation
  LED Displays
  LED Lighting
  Neon & LED
  Channel Letter
  Outdoor
  Painted Signs
  Screen Printing
  Sublimation
  Vinyl Signs
  Hot Shots
  Press Releases
  Tips & Tricks
  Industry Resources
  Books
  Event Calendar
  Associations
  Business Center
  Retail Sign Shops
  Advertising Info

Supply 55 BannerPRO, EcoPRO continuous ink supply system, guardian laminators, quickmount



PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 6, 2010

International Sign Association's Updated Crane Safety Training to Occur in More Than 40 Locations in 2011

ALEXANDRIA, VA – December 6, 2010 –The International Sign Association’s updated Mobile Crane Operator Safety Certification Training, which begins in January, will offer courses in more than 40 cities throughout 2011. In addition, each training course immediately will be followed by testing conducted by The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO).

The training and certification program is ISA’s way of helping the sign industry become compliant with OSHA’s new Cranes and Derricks in Construction Rule 29 CFR Part 1926, which was issued in August of this year. Among other initiatives, the OSHA rule mandates that every crane operator be certified within four years, and also requires employers to pay for certification training.

“By offering an extensive lineup of courses, ISA is ensuring that crane operators in our industry are well trained and meet these certification requirements,” said Tracey Cook, ISA Director of Education and Communications. “Our goal is to provide these courses in areas that are centrally located so that receiving the certification is as convenient as possible. These first trainings are scheduled towards that end.”

Training even is available in conjunction with the ISA International Sign Expo 2011, held in Las Vegas, Nevada, in April. Training fees are $349 for ISA members and $549 for non-members. Non-members who register and complete the program will receive one year of ISA membership with their paid registration. In addition, certification fees are $195 for the written exam and $60 for the practical exam.

The new OSHA rules are designed to address the four main causes of worker death and injury: electrocution, being crushed by parts of the equipment, being struck by the equipment/load, and falls.

In addition to preventing injuries on the jobsite, certification also may bring a reduction in Workers’ Compensation costs. Companies should check with their insurance providers to determine if they qualify.

To register for the courses, or to learn more about Sign Expo 2011, visit www.signs.org/cranetraining. Because class size is limited, note that some courses may sell out quickly.

The lineup of courses follows.

Jan 19 - 22, 2011: Libertyville, IL
Jan 26 - 29: San Diego, CA
Feb 2 - 5: Phoenix, AZ
Feb 9 - 12: Austin, TX
Feb 16 - 19: Tampa, FL
Feb 23 - 26: Birmingham, AL
Mar 2 – 5: Baton Rouge, LA
Mar 2 - 5: Bunkie, LA
Mar 9 - 12: Jackson, MS
Mar 16 - 19: Baltimore, MD
Mar 23 - 26: Atlanta, GA
Mar 30 - Apr 2: Pierre, SD
Apr 6 - 9: Columbus, OH
Apr 13 - 16: Greenville, SC
Apr 20 - 23: Pittsburgh, PA
Apr 27 - 30:  Las Vegas, NV (coincides with ISA International Sign Expo 2011)
May 4 - 7: New Bedford, MA
May 11 - 14: San Francisco, CA
May 18 - 21: Billings, MT
May 25 - 28: Kansas City, KS
June 1 - 4: Syracuse, NY
June 8 - 11: Nashville, TN
June 15 - 18: Greensboro, NC
June 22 - 25: Colorado Springs, CO
June 29 - July 2: Seattle, WA
July  13 - 16: Portland, OR
July 20 - 23: St. Cloud, MN
July 27 - 30: Madison, WI
Aug 3 - 6: Chicago, IL
Aug 10 - 13: Des Moines, IA
Aug 17 - 20: Indianapolis, IN
Aug 24 - 27: Little Rock, AR
Aug 31 - Sep 3: Hartford, CT
Sept 7 - 10: Oklahoma City, OK
Sept 14 - 17: Lincoln, NE
Sept 21 - 24: Dallas, TX
Oct 5 - 8: Bangor, ME
Oct 12 -15: Charlottesville, VA
Oct 19 - 22: Reno, NV
Oct 26 - 29: St. Louis, MO
Nov 2 - 5: Miami, FL
Nov 16 - 19: Boise, ID
Nov 30 - Dec 3: Mobile, AL
Dec 7 - 10: Lansing, MI
Dec 14 - 17: Albuquerque, NM
About ISA
The International Sign Association (ISA) is a 2,000-member trade association. Its members are manufacturers, suppliers, and users of on-premise signs and sign products from the 50 United States and 60 countries around the world. ISA supports, promotes and improves the worldwide sign industry, which employs or directly impacts over 250,000 American workers and more than $49 billion in annual shipments.

International Sign Association
1001 N Fairfax Street, Suite 301
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703-836-4012
E-Mail: tracey.cook@signs.org
Website URL: www.signs.org

Company
Home
Advertising Info
About Us
Contact Us
Privacy Policy
Site Map
Resources
Industry Resources
Associations
Retail Sign Shops
Books
Product Showcase
Event Calendar
Tips & Tricks
Message Boards
Classifieds
Buyer's Guide Listings
Search
Add My Company
Edit My Company

 

© Copyright 1999-2017, All Rights Reserved.