Cranes101 Safety Portal

Cranes Aerial Truck Service and Cranes101’s new Safety Portal is designed to assist with managing and streamlining recordkeeping for crane safety inspections and employee training and certifications. The portal boasts three main sections. The training section has a schedule for in-person classes and allows registration through the portal. Classes range from heavy-equipment-operator certification to continuing education, and many qualify for CEUs. Companies have full control over what Cranes101 training their employees receive. The online-training section is designed as a user-friendly platform that allows users to participate in online classes, see students’ Cranes101 training records and view and print certificates. The inspection section allows the user to view all their OSHA-mandated, third-party inspections, schedule inspections and manage their equipment across all divisions. Users can perform daily inspections of their equipment on a tablet, personal computer or even a smartphone, and they automatically get saved securely on the cloud and are retrievable in a pdf format, so they can be printed or emailed as needed. The Cranes101 Safety Portal offers the user a multi-faceted, safety-management system for all OSHA-required safety training and inspections records in one secure, digital place. (cranes101.com)

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