Hear industry employees talk about why the Crane & Derricks in Construction Rule is not necessary
We need your help! The U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s Crane & Derricks in Construction Rule effectively requires every propane technician to get third-party certification to operate a truck crane for propane tank deliveries and retrievals at a cost of over $150 million every 5 years. OSHA will impose this requirement on November 10, 2018, unless Congress exempts the propane industry. We need as many propane industry members to send emails and make phone calls to Congress to make the case!
To send an email, CLICK HERE.
To make a phone call, CLICK HERE.
Our opponents – including the certification organizations who will make money off this regulation – are aggressively reaching out to Congress trying to keep propane in the regulation. Let’s fight back and get exempted! And be sure to get your co-workers, family, and friends to submit letters and make phone calls!
If you have any questions, please contact Lesley Garland.