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History of the CCAA


 In 1984, the CCAA was founded by eight crane certifiers to establish standards for their industry. The objective was to build the knowledge of crane inspectors through training, testing and certification; and with free exchange of ideas between professionals, to gain competitive advantage and grow their companies. Through a recognized accreditation program, the CCAA helps provide a source of certified professional inspectors for crane owners/operators and clients for their membership

"We have the most qualified network of crane inspectors for you to connect with."

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Benefits of Joining CCAA


I'm an Inspector

How can the CCAA improve my business, lower my risk and make me more profitable?

I'm a Crane Owner/Operator

How can using a CCAA certified inspector help protect my business and keep my employees safe?

Risk management through professional interaction, training and certification.

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Recent News


October 2016 Newsletter

Nov 30, 2016
CCAA October 2016 Newsletter is available here.

Fall CCAA Conference in Bellingham, Washington

Aug 21, 2016
The CCAA Fall Conference in Bellingham, Washington was recently completed. The conference included two days of training sessions, an educational tour of the Sampson Rope manufacturing facility and a dinner cruise on Bellingham Bay. We are already working on the Spring conference to be held in Orlando on February 26th - 28th. Mark your calendars and be sure to attend. Applications for presentations are currently being accepted. Contact Bruce MacPherson at 978-422-1397 or email Bruce@CertifiedBoom...

CCAA Conference Attendee's Tour Samson Rope

Aug 23, 2016
The whole conference group was bused out to Sampson Rope to see rope manufacturing firsthand. In addition to the plant tour, we also had several classroom tech sessions. Many of us were surprised by the fact that fiber rope is currently being supplied on many mobile cranes in place of conventional wire rope. The people at Sampson project that in the not too distant future, fiber rope will even be used in overhead cranes and tower cranes.

Our Next Conference


Spring Educational Conference


Come and join us in the warm Florida sun. Escape the February snow and sleet up North and learn a lot, compare notes with fellow crane inspectors and play some golf or just sit by the pool and soak up the beautiful Florida sun.

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Upcoming Events


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2017 Spring Educational Conference

Come and join us in the warm Florida sun. Escape the Feburary snow and sleet up North and learn a lot, compare notes with fellow crane inspectors and play some golf or just sit by the pool and soak up... More Info