Matterhorn Crane & Rigging Training Ltd

  • 2640 Bouchie Lake Road, Quesnel, BC V2J 7C8
  • (250) 991-6418
  • (250) 991-6418

Matterhorn Crane & Rigging Training Ltd provides training and consulting services specific to the Crane and Rigging industry, by providing certified training to companies or independent personnel wanting to start or advance their career either as a crane operator or rigger. Our training facility is located in Prince George and Fort St. John.

Our consulting service provides hands on assistance for your projects or workplaces throughout BC and AB, specific to safety, project management assistance, policy/procedure review, production gains and cost savings solutions by one of our subject matter experts that brings many years of hands on experience in operations and management from some of the largest major projects across western Canada.

Employee Details

Total Employees: 2

Certifications

ComplyWorks, Red Seal Certification, WorkSafe BC, CCFAB, Fulford, BC CraneSafe

Memberships

ICBA, Construction Industry Training Network, MNBC

Additional Details

WCB registered in BC: yes
Liability insurance: yes
DUNS number: no
First Nations/Aboriginal ownership: Fully Owned
First Nations bands: MNBC

Completed Projects/Testimonials

Matterhorn provided their Fundamentals Rigging course to contractors on our project in Fort St. John BC, this course is great asset for anyone working in the construction industry involved with cranes and rigging to bring awareness to the dangers, inspections of rigging and the usage rigging components to safety.
Received crane training from Matterhorn. The course consisted of five students enrolled in our Folding Boom Ten Tonne & Under Crane Course consisting of eight days where they provided the course in Terrace where the students resided, all five students were successful with completing their BC CraneSafe Fulford assessment with very high scores and acknowledged by the Fulford assessor for their knowledge of crane operation and theory component. All five are all currently employed in the Crane industry with an average wage of $ 42.00 per hour working minimum of 40 hours per week. The students ranged from 18 years of age to 55 with three students not having any previous crane knowledge and two with previous history in other areas of operation.
Currently providing us with consulting services in the Forest industry, with supervisor training, project management support and site assessment audits to assist with safety and production.
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