National Commission for the
Certification of Crane Operators
Committed to Quality, Integrity, and Fairness in Testing since 1995
NCCCO’s COVID-19 Response Center (updated June 25, 2020)
Please note that candidates may be experiencing delays in receiving practical exam score reports. We regret the inconvenience that this temporary disruption may cause and we are working diligently to restore standard score reporting timeframes. In an effort to ensure candidates are receiving access to their scores as soon as possible, NCCCO continues to notify Test Site Coordinators of pass/fail status and providing certification numbers, as applicable, as soon as they are available.  Anyone experiencing major issues should contact NCCCO’s Director of Testing Services, Marc Hone, mhone@nccco.org, or Director of Customer Service, Tara Whittington, twhittington@nccco.org. We thank you for your understanding and appreciate your patience.
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Drill Rig Operator Written Exams Now Available via CBT
NCCCO’s Drill Rig Operator written certification exams have recently been made available via computer-based testing (CBT).
Liebherrs Sponsors Calculators for CCO Exams
For the fourth consecutive year, Liebherr USA, Co. is generously providing sponsorship of calculators for NCCCO candidates to use on approved written certification exams at paper-pencil test administrations.
Committed to Crane Safety: Morrow Equipment
Morrow currently has over 130 NCCCO certified employees. All operators of tower cranes provided by Morrow must be certified. And all Morrow technicians and key yard staff are rigger and signalperson certified.
NCCCO Provides CBT Updates Related to COVID
As most jurisdictions across the US continue to open in a phased approach, NCCCO remains diligent in monitoring COVID-19 information coming from national, state and local authorities.
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