How to Get Your Tower Crane Operators in Compliance with OSHA Now

Chris Smith Bio

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Chris has been in the crane industry for 35 years starting his career as a crane operator and erector. After 10 years as an operator he moved in the training and inspection industry working as a trainer, inspector, erector and technician of mobile and tower cranes. Chris has also been actively involved with the NCCCO operator certification program since 1997 obtaining operator certification through them and adding examiner accreditation in 1999. Practical Examiner #026. Chris has also served with the NCCCO in the past as a member of the Practical Exam Management and is a current member of the Tower Crane Management Committee.

In addition to those committees he also served as member of the ASME B30.3 Tower Crane Subcommittee for 15 years stepping down in 2015 and is currently an alternate to the B30 Main Committee. For the past 10 years Chris has worked for Morrow Equipment Company conducting training on Tower Crane Operations, Safety and Inspection and manages service operations in North America as the Corporate Service Manager and the Director of Training.



 

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