Webinars

In an effort to provide the NUCA national membership expanded educational opportunities, the NUCA staff have put together a series of industry webinars .

Webinars will be presented each month. The webinar topics have been chosen from current industry issues that face our members on a daily basis. Other topics are speci´Čücally targeted to help our many NUCA Chapters across the country improve their operations.


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NUCA will be providing a quarterly “Webinar Wednesday” schedule on the month prior to the quarter. We encourage any NUCA member to submit topics that they feel should be considered for future webinars that would be of interest to the membership. Take advantage of the most current industry information available by participating in our newly created “Webinar Wednesdays.”

We are happy to offer webinars and informative technical calls free to our members. This library will be expanding - covering a wide range of topics. Check back frequently to see what's new. For more inforamtion on scheduled webinars please contact Jim Stephan, Director of Education and Training by email at jim@nuca.com.

Upcoming Webinars:

Next Webinar:
A Discussion of the New OSHA Crane Rule
Special Guest Presenter
Mr. Matt Shaw, Program Coordinator for Test Development and Regulatory Affairs
National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO)
Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 3:00 PM
 
Come join in the discussion as Mr. Matt Shaw, Program Coordinator for Test Development and Regulatory Affairs for the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) reviews the specifics of the new OSHA crane regulations. The NCCCO is a subsidiary of the Specialized Carrier and Rigging Association SC&RA, the national authority on the crane and rigging industry. Matt has extensively reviewed and analyzed OSHA’s Cranes and Derricks in Construction Rule and advised the lifting industry on compliance with personnel qualification requirements at the federal, state, and local levels.” If you are involved in cranes and rigging, you will want to call-in and listen a Matt outlines the specifics of the rule and the proposed start of the rule’s implementation.
 
Nov. 14, 3PM EST: A Discussion of the New OSHA Crane Rule
Dec. 12, 3PM EST:  OSHA's New Focus on Trench Collapses: A Case Study

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