Need Guidelines and Training Materials to Qualify Signal Persons? Get this Guide!

July 10, 2019

MCAA’s Evaluator’s Guide to Qualified Signal Persons helps Qualified Evaluators train candidates to become Qualified Signal Persons.

In addition to helping Qualified Evaluators to understand their role, the guide:

  • Provides a list of training topics
  • Suggests effective training techniques
  • Includes training topics that need to be covered
  • Explains documentation requirements

The guide also summarizes the applicable parts of OSHA’s Standard on Cranes and Derricks in Construction, includes a visual reference of hand signals for crane operations and provides a basic knowledge test for Signal Persons.

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On our Direct Links to MCAA & MSCA Safety Resources page, where they’re listed by category with links.

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In the Resource Center, where you can use the blue Refine Your Search bar to pinpoint exactly what you’re looking for.

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Have questions or need personal assistance?

Contact MCAA’s Pete Chaney.

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