National Commission for the
Certification of Crane Operators
Committed to Quality, Integrity, and Fairness in Testing since 1995


Employer Recognition Program

Committed to Crane Safety through CCO Certification


Thank you for your interest in the Committed to Crane Safety Employer Recognition Program. Please complete all fields in the application below and attach documentation as appropriate. Each application will be individually considered for approval based on the information provided.

Please provide the following information (all fields must be completed to qualify):

(as you would like it to appear on your plaque)

Please answer the following questions:

1. How many of the following are employed by your company at this time? Please enter "0" if none or if you don't wish to participate in that recognition program.

2. Does your company have a hiring policy with respect to CCO certification?


3. How long has your company participated in CCO certification programs?

4. What impact has CCO certification had on your company?

5. How has CCO certification contributed to safety within your company?

6. Has CCO certification proved effective as a risk management tool?


If so, please explain:

7. What other benefits (marketing, insurance, etc.) has CCO certification had on your business?

8. Has participating in the CCO program had any effect on your crane operators or other personnel?

9. Do you believe CCO certification has had an impact on the industry in general?


If so, please explain:

10. In your opinion, what has been the most important development NCCCO has introduced since the mobile crane program became available in 1996?

11. Do you have any suggestions for improvements or further development of CCO certification?

12. Please attach your company logo and provide a company profile for listing in the free Committed to Crane Safety Employer Recognition Directory.

Thank you for your application and your continued interest in crane safety. We will review your application and be back in touch with you shortly.