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CICB to Host Crane Training at ICUEE 2017

August 03, 2017 - Press Release

With the educational focus on safe crane operations at the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE), Crane Inspection & Certification Bureau (CICB) will reprise its National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) prep training for Articulating Boom Crane Operators. The training, which debuted at the last event with outstanding response from the industry, will be held on October 4th.

The training will prepare the attendees to take their OSHA-recognized and ANSI-accredited written exams provided by the NCCCO on October 5th with onsite test scoring and instant results. In addition, the attendees will also receive a complimentary 3-day registration to the expo.

"This is an excellent opportunity for expo attendees to earn or renew their CCO certifications while attending the premier trade show for utility professionals and construction contractors,” noted Craig Epperson, president and CEO of CICB.

ICUEE, also known as The Demo Expo, takes place October 3–5 in Louisville, Ky. ICUEE is an event for utility industry professionals to gain comprehensive insight into the latest technologies, innovations, insights, and trends affecting their industry.

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