Why Third Party

Safety.  Efficiency.  Risk Management.  These are key terms and concepts throughout the construction, energy, and mining industries.  Each stakeholder in the process—supervisors, employers, general contractors, insurers, clients, and end users—depends on the skills and knowledge of the operators.  Accidents, inefficiency, and sub-standard work increase costs and reduce quality.  Responsible parties are obligated to ensure that… Read more »

About Us

Mission The mission of NAHETS, the National Association of Heavy Equipment Training Services, is to provide industry, government agencies, member schools, and operators innovative and flexible heavy equipment training and certification solutions that exceed industry standards and ensure that certified operators are safe and effective. NAHETS NAHETS is a specialized resource organization dedicated to the… Read more »

Crane Accident Kills Operator

Garland County Arkansas, crane falls and operator dies In Garland County the sheriff said the operator of a crane at a water-treatment plant is dead after the crane collapsed. Authorities said the man killed, who has not been named by officials, was using the crane to load material into a basin at the Ouachita Water… Read more »

Industrial crane falls in Saint John Canada

October 14, 2010 A 200-tonne industrial crane fell onto a street in Saint John on Friday, smashing through a fence and sending the crane operator to hospital. The accident happened at about 9 a.m. at a construction site near the waterfront. Diesel fuel and hydraulic fluid leaked out of the large yellow machine, which had… Read more »

NCCCO Prevails in Lawsuit

FAIRFAX, Va., Oct. 4 — Two separate courts in California recently ruled in favor of the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) in litigation involving California Crane School and its owner, John Nypl. In National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators vs. California Crane School, Inc., and John Nypl, et al.,… Read more »