Are you a Crane Operator?
You operate a boom truck, mobile or tower crane. Every day, every shift, you level up and own your lift. You plan your work, work your plan because you’ve got this. When it comes to pre-planning, maintenance, inspections, or lifts, you make it a part of your regular routine. Welcome to the BC Crane Safety, this is your website.
No, but I’m interested in becoming one.
Is this the career for you? Read our crane operator interviews to find out more and check out our 15-minute orientation to the crane operator certification process.
Watch our practical test preparation videos to see some of the skills you must master to be able to operate different types of crane classifications.
Yes, and I am experienced.
All crane operators working in British Columbia must be registered with BC Crane Safety.
Why register? An account on this website allows you to:
- keep your crane operator certification up to date
- apply for new certifications
- maintain an online logbook
- and much more!
Registered before? Please do not register again. Contact BC Crane Safety at 604-336-4699 or email your name and date of birth to firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your previous registration.
Looking for resources?
Identification of needs and addressing those needs, to help ensure a safe workplace, is an ongoing process. Check the Industry Resources section regularly for updates.
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Crane Guidelines – Next Practices
BC Crane Safety Next Practices is a collection of safe work practices, procedures, and tools to help you improving safe production on your worksites.
Our Next Practices looks at new technology, trends, and regulatory requirements. Our goal is to assist you in increasing worker and worksite safety. We use Plan-Do-Check-Act principles to make sure the practices focus on continuous improvement and safety.
Find this and other Next Practices on the BC Crane Safety website. Be sure to connect with the Crane Community online by joining any of the special interest groups.
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Yukon Crane Operators Align with BC Crane Operator Certification
In 2008, BC Crane Safety completed the full theory and practical pilot crane operator assessment. During the development, the Yukon Territory, through Yukon Workers’ Compensation Board, participated in the process and adopted the same approach. That’s why BC Crane Safety works and continues to work closely with Yukon WCB.
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Are you a Supervisor, Employer or Safety Pro?
As an employer or supervisor, it’s your responsibility to ensure the health and safety of your employees and those around them in the workplace. If you coordinate or manage worker or worksite safety, you want to ensure safe production.
Here you can find crane checklists, inspection requirements and safe work practices. Here’s some of the most asked for tools or click below to see more.
Health & Safety
Level up, own your lift. Boom trucks, mobile or tower crane tasks…whatever the equipment, there needs to be safe production from the start. If you are involved in:
- pre-planning and inspections,
- lifts and maintenance,
- or pre-assembly or dismantling,
– know your workplace safety responsibilities and tasks. Here you will find bulletins, checklists and safe work practices to keep a check on worker and worksite safety.
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Crane Usage by Employer Sector in 2020
About BC Crane Safety
BC Association for Crane Safety (BC Crane Safety) is the provincial authority responsible for crane operator certification.
BC Crane Safety handles the crane operator process.
- We manage the application process when crane operators register for certification.
- We oversee crane operator assessment, to make sure the process is standard and consistent.
- We maintain the crane operator certification standard for integrity in the industry.