Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Crane Lifts (Single and Multi-Crane)
- Critical Crane Lifts
- Carry Deck Bare or w/Operator Rental (Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Long Term)
- Trucking and Hauling
- Lift Evaluations and use of 3-D Lift Plan
- Permits (FAA, Oversized Loads and Travel)
- Traffic Control and Lane Closures
- Secured Storage (Outside and Inside)
- Project Management
- Logistics and Warehousing Services
- Rigging Services
- Manbasket Work (Fixed and Suspended, Single and Multi-Person)
- Scissorlift Rentals
- Material Lift Rentals
- Boom Lift Rentals
- Forklift Rentals
- Reach Forklift Rentals
- Pro-Lift Rentals
- OSHA and ANSI Training/Qualification Classes (Onsite or at Our Facility)
- Public Works Certified P/R Reporting
- Heating & Air
- Gas & Oil
- Sign & Lighting
- Flag Poles
- Oil Tanks
- Underground Tanks
- Cell Site Construction
- And More
Crainco offers services to all the greater Southern California area 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year.
- Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:00am to 4:30pm (PST)
- Yard Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00am to 3:00pm (PST)
- After Hours Team: Monday – Friday, 4:00pm to 7:00am (PST), Saturday – Sunday, All hours
For Emergency Services after our normal business hours, please contact our After Hours Team at (562) 903-7290.
You can find Crainco working and offering crane services across Southern California including Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Ventura, Kern and Santa Barbara Counties.
Crainco is located on a 2.5-acre property in Santa Fe Springs, California that is centrally located within our service area and gives us quick access to major freeways.
While the rule officially states that signal persons need to be qualified, rather than certified by a “qualified evaluator,” certification by an organization such as NCCCO meets this requirement. Qualification can be either through a third-party qualified evaluator (such as an accredited certification body) or through an employer’s qualified evaluator. All signal persons must be qualified and pass a written or oral test and a practical test, and the qualification must be documented.
All workers who will participate in signaling or flagging a crane, giving direction as to where and what will be lifted, must be qualified when:
- Point of operation is not in full view of the operator
- View of direction of travel is obstructed
- Site-specific safety condition
Crainco offers qualified signal persons training classes. Call to schedule your class today.
Yes. All of Crainco’s crane operators are certified through the NCCCO, National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators, program and hold various certifications for the different of cranes. This third-party certification program meets and exceeds the requirements of CAL-OSHA and OSHA. In addition, Crainco also qualifies our operators through our rigorous and audited employer program.
To learn more about the NCCCO requirements and certifications, click on the link below.
Employers are always required and must continuously ensure that their operators are certified for the type of crane or cranes they will be operating. Additionally, employers must also ensure each operator is evaluated for their competency for each piece of equipment they will be operating.
Riggers: Crainco offers both Qualified and Certified Riggers and there is a difference. OSHA does not require a Certified Rigger, however, we offer both to fulfill our client’s requirements.
Signal Person: Crainco offers a Qualified Signal Person for your job site needs. We also offer Signal Person Training Classes to get your crew qualified.
To learn more about the OSHA Requirements and the difference between Qualified and Certified, click on the links below.
Yes. Crainco is a current and active ISNetworld Contractor and holds an A+ rating with all our connected clients.
Let us help you with that. To properly size and select a crane, there are many factors. We can get that done for you if you have some basic information.
Basic information needed are the following:
- Height of the structure that we will be lifting onto
- Distance from the edge of the structure to the center of the placement of the load
- Weight of the item to be lifted
- Distance the crane will set up away from the structure
- Any obstructions? (power lines, trees, chimney, awning, etc)
- Will the crane set up on private or public property?
Once you have these basic items, call one of our Crainco Experts today and we will walk you through any additional information that may be required.