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Electrical Industry Certifications Association

Stationary Control Crane

Stationary Control cranes have a telescoping main boom that travels using tracks or wheels. The swing, boom, hoist, telescope, and other basic control functions are fixed at one or more points and DO NOT rotate with the boom sections.

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Rotating Control Crane

Rotating Control cranes have a telescoping main boom that travels using tracks or wheels. The swing, boom, hoist, telescope, and other basic control functions rotate along with the boom sections.

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Digger Derrick

Digger Derricks have a telescoping main boom, are equipped with an auger and pole guides, and travel using tracks or wheels. The basic control functions on a Digger Derrick may or may not rotate along with the boom sections.

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Our Purpose

While other entities were doing crane certifications based on both construction and railroad scenarios, nobody specifically addressed the electrical power line environment. If you are working in the electrical construction industry, particularly in the power line construction segment of that industry, we believe we are the certification entity that will be held in the highest regard by your current and future employers.

Training Providers

Electrical Industry Certifications Association does not endorse any training provider.

Training companies who provide preparatory training for EICA certifications can contact EICA to be listed below.