Qualified Signal Person – Hand, Audible and Radio


OSHA requires that employers must make the documentation of the signal person’s qualifications available at the worksite, either in paper form or electronically. The documentation must specify each type of signaling (e.g., hand signals, radio signals, etc.) for which the signal person is qualified under the requirements of the standard. This training course covers everything you need.



Online Signal Person Training and Qualification is used as an Employer Audited Qualified Signal Person Program as well as NCCCO Certified Signal Person exam prep. The program is designed to verify and validate the Signal Person Training required for employers and employees to meet OSHA 1926-1400. The course Covers Site Evaluation, Electrical Hazards, Hand, Audible and Radio Signaling, Crane Dynamics, Load charts and Basic Rigging, this course includes all the requirements set forth by OSHA. Approximately 4-6 hours to complete. Practical Assessment Guideline,Transcripts, Wallet Cards and Certificates are sent upon completion.