CRANE SAFETY TAKES MORE THAN A LICENSE
Operating heavy equipment carries enormous responsibility for public safety, property, other vehicles on the road, and for people.
Companies that cut corners on operator costs run many risks that include performance quality, public and working liability and accidents that can have disastrous effects on the bottom line.
Operating Engineers require more than just a license. They require specialized training, years of experience and knowledge of rules, regulation and the law! These things add up to a key ingredient often lacking in non-licensed operators – proper judgement.
PROTECT YOUR MUNICIPALITY WITH A ‘SAFE CRANE’ ORDINANCE
SHORTCUTS RISK LIVES AND PUBLIC WELFARE
Don’t risk the public welfare. Make sure developers and contractors hire only qualified crane operators to work in your community. This is why municipalities should protect themselves and their taxpayers with a safe crane ordinance.
CALL YOUR MAYOR TO DEMAND
A SAFE CRANE ORDINANCE!