Certified Rigger & Signaler (CRS) Written Test
The mission of the Carpenters International Certification Council (CICC) is to improve performance, reduce workplace risk, and safeguard personnel by overseeing that only trained, skilled and qualified individuals complete the work. To this end, the CICC offers the Certified Rigger & Signaler (CRS) program to individuals who meet the ANSI Safety Requirements for Rigging Qualifications and Responsibilities in the Construction Industry and OSHA 1926 Subpart CC – Cranes and Derricks in Construction. To earn the CRS designation, individuals must pass the CRS written and practical exam, thus demonstrating mastery of the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain safe working environments during basic rigging and signaling operations.
For all general questions about the testing process and information on testing regulations and policies, please visit the CICC web page.
All examination centers are equipped to provide access in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, and every reasonable accommodation will be made in meeting a candidate’s needs. If you require a special accommodation and have not requested one during the authorization process, please contact your Local Training Center. Please note that all Special Examination Arrangement requests must be approved by the CICC prior to the time of registration.
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