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OSHA 29 CFR Part 1926 Cranes & Derricks In Construction. Session Outline. 1926.1419 Signals – General 1926.1420 Signals – Radio, etc. 1926.1421 Signals – Voice 1926.1422 Signals – Hand Signals 1926.1427 Operator Certification & Qualification 1926.1428 Signal Person Qualifications

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OSHA 29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Session Outline

  • 1926.1419 Signals – General

  • 1926.1420 Signals – Radio, etc.

  • 1926.1421 Signals – Voice

  • 1926.1422 Signals – Hand Signals

  • 1926.1427 Operator Certification & Qualification

  • 1926.1428 Signal Person Qualifications

  • 1926.1429 Training

  • Presented By:

    • Ted L. Blanton

      President NACB, Inc.

      [email protected]

      (800) 654-5640

OSHA 1926.1400


OSHA 29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Effective Date: November 8, 2010

  • Employers Must Provide

    • Qualified Riggers

      • Assembly/Disassembly

        • 1926.1404 (r)(1)

      • Rigging Materials in the “Fall Zone”

        • 1926.1425 (c)(3)

    • Qualified Signal Persons

      • 1926.1428

OSHA 1926.1400


OSHA §29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Effective Date: November 8, 2010

  • Signal Persons are discussed throughout the 1400 standard.

    • 1419 Signals – General

    • 1420 Signals – Radio, etc.

    • 1421 Signals – Voice

    • 1422 Signals – Hand Signals

    • 1428 Signal Person Qualifications

OSHA 1926.1400


OSHA §29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Effective Date: November 8, 2010

  • Definitions

    • Qualified Rigger

      • a “Qualified Rigger” is a rigger who meets the criteria for a “Qualified Person”

    • Qualified Person

      • means a person who, by possession of a recognized degree, certificate, or professional standing, or who by extensive knowledge, training and experience, successfully demonstrated the ability to solve/resolve problems relating to the subject matter, the work, or the project.

OSHA 1926.1401


OSHA §29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Effective Date: November 8, 2010

  • How To Document a Qualified Persons ability to solve/resolve work related problems (i.e. rigging, etc.)

    • Academic

      • Degree (engineering, etc.)

      • Journey Level Certification (DOE Approved Apprentice Program)

      • National Certification (NCCER, NCCCO, CIC, etc.)

      • Certificate of Training from a National Training Organization (NACB, CICB, CIA, etc.)

      • Proof of Professional Standing

OSHA 1926.1401


OSHA §29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Effective Date: November 8, 2010

  • How To Document a Qualified Persons ability to solve/resolve work related problems (i.e. rigging, etc.)

    • Experience

      • Proof of Training

        • Certificate of Training

        • Training Records

        • Successful Completion of a Written Examination

      • Proof of Experience

        • Work Records

        • Resume

        • Successful Completion of a Practical Examination

OSHA 1926.1401


OSHA §29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Effective Date: November 8, 2010

  • 1419 States that a signal person must be provided in each of the following situations:

    • The point of operation, meaning the load travel or the area near or at load placement, is not in full view of the operator.

    • When the equipment is traveling, the view in the direction of travel is obstructed.

    • Due to site specific safety concerns, either the operator or the person handling the load determines that it is necessary.

OSHA 1926.1419


OSHA §29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Effective Date: November 8, 2010

  • Effective 11/8/2010 Employers Must;

    • Ensure Operators Are Competent And Safe (1926.1427 (k))

      • Trained & Evaluated

        • Certification Requirements Effective Nov.10, 2014

OSHA 1926.1427


OSHA §29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Effective Date: November 10, 2014

  • Effective 11/10/2014 Employers Must;

    • Ensure Operators Are Qualified & Certified (1926.1427(a))

    • 1926.1427 (b) Option 1) Certified by an Accredited Crane Operator Testing Organization

      • NCCER

      • NCCCO (CCO)

      • CIC

      • Other

    • Must be Portable

    • Must be Valid For 5 Years

OSHA 1926.1427


OSHA §29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Effective Date: November 10, 2014

  • Effective 11/10/2014 Employers Must;

    • Ensure Operators Are Qualified & Certified

    • 1926.1427 (c) Option 2) Qualification by an Audited Employer Program

      • Written & Practical Testing

      • Audited By an Option 1 Organization

    • May Not be Portable

    • Must be Valid For 5 Years

OSHA 1926.1427


OSHA §29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Effective Date: November 10, 2014

  • Effective 11/10/2014 The following applies;

    • Pre-Qualification/Certification Training Period (1926.1427 (f))

      • All Operators Not Certified May Only Operate As An Operator-in-training (OIT).

        • Must Be Provided Sufficient Training

        • Tasks Performed During Training Within Trainees Capability

      • Trainer

        • Employee or Agent

        • Certified Operator, or

        • Passed Written

        • Familiar with Controls

        • No Distractions

OSHA 1926.1427


OSHA §29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Effective Date: November 8, 2010

  • 1428 Signals –Signal Person Qualification:

    • Ensure Signal Persons Are Qualified (2 Options)

      • Option1) 3rd Party, or

      • Option 2) In-House Qualified Evaluator

OSHA 1926.1428


OSHA §29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Effective Date: November 8, 2010

  • 1428 Signals –Signal Person Qualification:

    • Qualification Requirements

      • Know & Understand Types of Signals to be Used

      • Be Competent in there Application

      • Have a Basic Understanding Of Equipment;

        • Operation & Limitations

        • Load Dynamics

          • Swinging &

          • Stopping of Load

        • Boom Deflection from Hoisting

OSHA 1926.1428


OSHA §29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Effective Date: November 8, 2010

  • 1428 Signals –Signal Person Qualification:

    • Qualification Requirements

      • Know & Understand

        • 1926.1419

        • 1926.1420

        • 1926.1421

        • 1926.1422 &

        • 1926.1428

      • Demonstrate Requirements Through both;

        • Written (or Oral) Testing

        • Practical Testing.

OSHA 1926.1428


OSHA §29 CFR Part 1926Cranes & Derricks In Construction

Effective Date: November 8, 2010

  • Effective 11/8/2010 Employers Must;

    • Have Provided Training as Follows:

      • On Overhead Power Lines

      • To Signal Persons

      • To Operators

      • To Competent & Qualified Persons

      • On Crush/Pinch Points

      • On Tag-Out

    • Training Administration

OSHA 1926.1430


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