THE GUIDEBOOK FOR LINEMAN & CABLEMEN, 2nd EDITION – 2012. WAYNE VAN SOELEN.
ASME B30.5 2014 MOBILE AND LOCOMOTIVE CRANES
ASME B30.9 2014 Slings
ASME B30.23 2011 Personnel Lifting Systems
ASME B30.26 2015 Rigging Hardware
ASME P30.1 2014 Planning For Load Handling Activities
IPT CRANE AND RIGGING HANDBOOK/TRAINING MANUAL
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, PARTS 1926 SUBPART CC, CRANES AND DIGGER DERRICKS IN CONSTRUCTION
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, 1910.269 SUBPART V – ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION, TRANSMISSION, AND DISTRIBUTION WORK
To verify if you have the most up to date document, click above. Verify the date listed matches with your document.
Chief Proctor Application
EICA Logo Use Form
Cranes Digger Derricks Site Application
Practical Examiner Application
Conflict of Interest Agreement
Yearly Conflict of Interest Agreement
Non Disclosure Agreement
COVID 19 – Crane Re-certification Fed OSHA Update
COVID 19 – Crane Re-certification Pennsylvania OSHA Update
OSHA has extended the operator certification deadline to November 10, 2018.
Crane Certification Requirement Update 5-21-2018
Crane Certification Requirement Update 5-7-2018
Pennsylvania Crane Certification Approval Letters
New Jersey Crane Certification Approval
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.
Electrical Training Alliance
5001 Howerton Way, Suite N, Bowie, MD 20715
Customer Service 1.888.652.4007
Textbook : Crane Certification for the Electrical Industry
Textbook: Lineworker Rigging Practices
Crane Certification for the Electrical Industry is an introduction to cranes, federal regulations and industry standards, transporting cranes, safety practices for cranes, setting up and preparing cranes for lifts, making lifts, shutting down and securing cranes, and special operations, precautions, and tools. Processes covered include planning a lift, safely making a lift, and shutting down and securing a crane.
The Electrical Industry Certifications Association (EICA) does not provide training of any kind. EICA only offers certifications exams. EICA does not endorse any training company.
EICA strongly recommends taking a training class and reviewing the reference material listed in the candidate handbook before taking the written examinations.
EICA’s website provides a list of training companies that have been approved to use the EICA logo and who provide preparative training for the EICA certifications. EICA does not endorse any of the training programs. Companies and associations may request to be recognized by EICA in a written application.