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Company Licensing

Crane Truck Services regularly reviews its licensing obligations.

From 1 Jan 2006 all persons in the building and construction industry (worker, employers and sub-contractors) MUST complete a general induction training course. General Induction Training Course means the course 30215QLD which is a course in General Safety Induction and results in a “BLUE CARD”.

All Crane Truck Services drivers are Blue Card accredited.

Driver Licensing

All Crane Truck Services drivers have mandatory state drivers license and operator tickets for the equipment they are operating.

We keep records so that all our drivers are notified when a license or operating ticket is due for renewal


Licenses and tickets required by all crane truck operators include the following:-

  • Blue Card – General Safety Induction Course for Construction Industry
  • Light Rigid Queensland Truck Drivers License. (This is a minimum requirement – we prefer drivers to hold HR license – See Appendix 03)
  • All drivers will have their CV Vehicle Loading Crane (10 tonnes or more – National Standard) operators ticket.


We also encourage our drivers to work towards having:-

  • HC drivers license so they can work prime mover and semi- trailer configurations
  • LF forklift operators ticket
  • Certificate III in Transport and Distribution

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