Joining a crane association can help you in a number of ways in connecting to the industry, being more aware of standards and crane operator certification issues, networking with other crane owners and crane operators. Some of the more popular crane associations are discussed below. Find out if membership is for you, and join today. Most associations are non-profits, and are designed to get you the best information on their focus areas, such as crane manufacturing, crane safety, and union affiliations.
Featured Crane Associations
Crane Owners Association
447 Georgia St., Vallejo, CA 94590
Started in 1973, the Crane Ownerâ€™s Association collaborate with local unions to promote collective bargaining, training, and certification initiatives.
Association of Crane and Rigging Professionals
28175 Haggerty Road, Novi, Michigan 48377
Dedicated to increasing education opportunities for its members and improving crane and rigging operations.
Specialized Carriers and Rigging Association
2750 Prosperity Avenue, Suite 620, Fairfax, VA 22031-4312
Focused on providing member companies and members with safety, regulatory, and best business practice information and services.