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Crane Industry Services Relocates, Announces New Staff

April 06, 2018

Photo of the new Centered on Safety Training Center courtesy of CIS
Photo of the new Centered on Safety Training Center courtesy of CIS

Crane Industry Services, LLC (CIS) has relocated to a new larger facility that offers broader skills assessment and training programs to meet current business demands. The Centered on Safety Training Center’s new 8,892-sq. ft. facility is situated on about 3.5 acres of land in Carrollton, Ga., convenient to the Atlanta airport, West Georgia, and Birmingham, Ala.

The new facility features multiple training rooms, an NCCER testing center, a simulation room, land for crane training, and two warehouses for hands-on training. Previously the Centered on Safety Training Center was located on the West Georgia Technical College campus.

“Our partnership with West Georgia Technical College continues, but this new facility allows us the space to now offer skills training in welding, electrical, millright, and carpentry, as well as rigging and crane operation,” said Debbie Dickinson, CEO of CIS.

With the opening of the new facility, CIS can now offer assessment and training after hours and weekends to meet the needs of customers who must work training around job schedules.

Expanding Staff

As CIS has expanded its services, two new staff members have joined the team—Fred Robinson, business relationship manager and Shawn Galloway, crane & rigging trainer.

Robinson
Robinson

Robinson brings decades of experience in business development and leadership managing complex government service projects. His primary responsibilities include helping CIS customers to receive optimal value from their CIS training.

Galloway has more than 25 years of experience in Construction, Military, and Industrial sectors, and is cleared for work in safety sensitive areas. In addition, using his previous experience writing training protocols for unmanned aerial vehicle operations in the military, including drone tactical standards for the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines.

Galloway
Galloway

Galloway is applying this experience to the development of a Skills Measurement Record for simulators in crane training. “First, we identify the most common skills needed, and the most critical skills. We build scenarios for the simulator based on that and write curriculum, evaluations, and metrics to measure performance specific to the utility company’s training needs,” he explained. While the protocol would be customized to each employer and the skill level of employees, it provides a foundation for establishing how much simulator training is needed to achieve a certain skill level.

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