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Crane Operator Certification
In accordance with WorkSafeBC's Occupational Health and Safety Regulation, all operators of cranes in BC are required to have a valid operator's certificate. (Dated: March 2009)
Climbing Frame Inspection (PDF 57 KB)
Construction Site Tower Crane Report (PDF 54 KB)
Luffing Tower Crane (PDF 101 KB)
Self Erecting Tower Crane (PDF 97KB)
Standard Tower Crane (PDF 96 KB)
Weekly and Monthly Tower Crane Inspection (PDF 79 KB)
Crane Competency Profile Charts
The following Competency Profile Charts have been designed to assist you and your company to meet the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation section 14.34.1 Operator certification.
Resource Material for Current Crane Operators
The following list of resource material was developed to assist current operators who will be required to complete a practical assessment starting January 2008.
* PDF (17 KB)
Enform, in partnership with WorkSafeBC, is offering a Health and Safety Certificate of Recognition (COR) to petroleum industry employers who have a health and safety program that meets approved audit standards. As well, WorkSafeBC will provide employers with a ten percent rebate on their WorkSafeBC assessment rate after they complete and meet the COR program standards.
BC's OHS Regulation requires workers who fall or buck trees to be qualified by meeting standards acceptable to the Board. Any new worker falling trees greater than six inches in diameter must be trained to the same standard. These standards are outlined in the BC Faller Training Standard.
This standard has been adopted by the oil and gas industry and opens the door for fallers in the industry to be recognized as professionals. Enform, on behalf of the petroleum industry, has developed a faller certification program. For further information on the Faller Program, contact Enform at:
1-800-667-5557 (toll free)