SAFETY BY NUMBERS
EXPERIENCE MODIFICATION RATE 2020-2021
CA: 0.64 NV: 0.74
25-Point Daily Safety Inspection
At Reliable Crane Service we believe safety begins before the cranes leave the yard. Our operators go through a daily crane 25 point inspection before they move our cranes. Preparation is key as well with our support staff on standby in Las Vegas, Southern California & the Phoenix, AZ area to offer site job walks, route surveys, engineered pick plans, specialty fabrication, mechanics who maintain a rigorous OEM maintenance plan on all machines, weight calculations all to better serve the safety of a jobsite.
All Operators Are NCCCO Licensed
Our operators have a current NCCCO license. We make this mandatory because not only is it one of the most widely recognized licenses in the crane and rigging industry but it requires operators to pass a general written crane exam, a crane specific written exam, and a practical exam on the specific type of crane before an operator is licensed. The NCCCO program is dedicated towards reducing the risk of loss, improving workplace safety, reducing accidents by building knowledge and skill, and consistent training. Above this our operators have over 15 years of experience in Nevada and California on average with time spent on some of the most high profile jobs in the crane world. All operators are licensed and skilled in multiple cranes.
Impeccable zero-incident record
Our project managers have an excellent track record in job site performance with a zero incident record since induction of this department. This is because they have the expertise in their specialized fields whether its rigging or moving items across the world. We have the utmost confidence in our project managers. They can also credit managing some of the most demanding construction projects in the country.
Industry Safety Standard Leaders at Reliable Crane
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We are always looking to improve upon our great safety record. We have required riggers to pass a qualifying class exhibiting both practical know-how and knowledge of technical terms long before OSHA made it law. This left other companies playing catch up while we led the way.