The JMDecker Group Hawaii, LLC provides a broad range of Environmental Health and Safety consultation services, with emphasis in compliance strategies and safety management systems.
The Group provides your organization Board Certified Safety Professionals and Technicians in every field of safety, health and environmental services. We have several comprehensive integrated programs that are customized to fit your business culture and personality.
Our Board Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) and credentialed technicians specialize in general industry, construction, project management, high level regulatory compliance, and safety management systems.
We want to help maximize your company's performance. Schedule a consultation appointment with one of our safety practitioners so we can determine what your company needs through a needs analysis.
Safety Management Systems (SMS)
Site Safety Inspections/Audits
Compliance Review Services
Storm-water Management and Inspection
Training & Education Services
IMPORTANT: On September 26, 2014, OSHA published a final rule that extends the deadline for crane operator certification in the cranes standard at 29 CFR 1926.1427 for 3 years, to November 10, 2017 (published in the Federal Register). The proposed changes also extend the employer's duty to ensure that operators are competent to operate the crane safely for the same three year period. During this extension, OSHA will consider addressing operator qualification through additional rulemaking. OSHA will provide updated information about the crane operator certification and qualification requirements as it becomes available on OSHA's Cranes and Derricks Safety page.
The Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, Occupational Safety and Health Division administers the rules for crane and derricks in construction, including crane operator licensing requirements.
HOISTING MACHINE OPERATOR HAR 12-48-1 to 12-48-11
Hoisting machine (i.e., a machine with a hoist line, sling, or hydraulic lifting mechanism used in construction, demolition, or excavation work) operators of equipment covered by American Society of Mechanical Engineers Safety (ASME) Standard B30.5 that has a lifting capacity of more than 5 tons, and who perform construction work, must be certified to operate such equipment. Each hoisting machine operator must carry a valid certificate during the operation of a hoisting machine.
OPERATOR TRAINING HAR 12-48-5
A hoisting machine operator certificate is not required for operator assistants, apprentices, oilers, assistants to the engineers, and trainees, provided they are under the direct supervision of a certified hoisting machine operator at all times while operating a hoisting machine and they meet the training requirements of ASME B30.5.
Negotiations with OSHA Training Institute (OTI) Education Center
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