Any person who operates equipment capable of hoisting a load higher than 10 feet in height, and that can either lift loads greater than 500 pounds or that has a bucket capacity exceeding ¼ cubic yards.
In Massachusetts, a hoisting license is required for individuals who operate heavy machinery such as cranes, forklifts, and bulldozers. To maintain this license, operators must recertify every two years by completing continuing education courses that cover the latest safety regulations and industry standards.
In Massachusetts, to maintain a crane hoist license, the operator must recertify their license every two years by completing four hours of continuing education courses that cover the latest safety regulations and industry standards. Training must be provided by a licensed continuing education provider that teaches content approved by the Department of Public Safety.
Yes, online training is accepted to fulfill the continuing education requirements to keep your crane hoist license current in Massachusetts. We are fully licensed in Massachusetts to provide online hoisting license recertification classes and our content is approved by the Department of Public Safety. Our trainer has been hoisting-certified for over 35 years.
Online recertification courses offer a convenient and flexible way for operators to complete their continuing education requirements without having to attend in-person classes. This saves time and money while still providing the necessary knowledge and skills to maintain a hoisting license. We are a licensed continuing education provider for all hoisting license endorsements in Massachusetts.
Our website offers easy online enrollment for hoisting license recertification courses. Simply select your course and register online with your name, address and hoisting license number. Once you complete the course, a certificate will be available to download and attach to your renewal application.
Our courses meet the state-mandated 4-hour requirement for continuing education.
Your first course costs $50. The second, third and fourth courses are $40 each. All courses after the fourth paid course are free.
In Massachusetts, your hoisting licenses expires every two years on your birthday. You have a one-year grace period to renew your license after it expires without having to reapply and retest. But remember, you are not allowed to operate equipment during the grace period.
There is no test at the end of the course. At the end of each video, be sure to click the “Mark Complete” button at the bottom of the webpage to save your progress.
You may choose to complete one module at a time, but you may not pause individual videos. We have divided the 4-hour course into six segments. At the end of each video, click the “Mark Complete” button to save that to the video you just watched. You can watch all videos in one sitting or save your progress for later.
In your account, ensure that the “Billing Address” matches the billing address of the credit card you are using. If you’re using a corporate card, make sure the address is where the bill is delivered to.
Our customer support team is available to assist you with any questions or technical issues you may have during the online course. Contact us by phone or email and we will be happy to help.
No, each person needs to have their own login. Your email address is your username.
We offer initial trainings for businesses and groups. If you’d like to arrange classes for your crew, please call our office at (774) 991-5094.