Inspector's Resource


In the book, “The Book of Survival,” Anthony Greenback wrote;
“To live through an impossible situation, you don’t need to have the reflexes of a Grand Prix driver, the muscles of a Hercules, the mind of an Einstein. You simply need to know what to do.”

A small business can be a lonely job with long days and hard work. Daily you’re faced with accounting, legal, tax and regulatory requirements. Chances are, you’re doing everything from the crane inspections to dumping the waste baskets. Just the crane regs alone including OSHA, state OSHA’s, ANSI B30, NEC, and the CMAA are constantly in flux. Too much to do and not enough hours to get it done, not to mention the broad diversity of skills needed to remain competitive.


How can doing one additional thing actually save you time? The CCAA can provide a direct connection to organized training both in our conferences and online forums. Resources that help you keep up on new regulations, regulation interpretations, business practices and new tech developments. 

When given six hours to chop down a tree, Abraham Lincoln said,
“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” 
The CCAA helps you sharpen your axe, to more efficiently get the real work done.


Through our conferences and online tools such as Google Groups and LinkedIn, the CCAA provides opportunities for you to learn the latest industry news and make lifelong friends. Business owners facing the same daily challenges that you face. Most members say that the biggest benefit of CCAA membership is the network of contacts, each with a different expertise and all as close as a phone call. The CCAA is networking for people that don’t have time to network but have learned they can’t afford not to. 


Every industry has it's good and bad players. The problem with a service business is that you have no physical product to show the quality of your skills. CCAA provides the training, testing and accreditation from a nationally recognized authority since 1984. An accreditation system that requires continuing education to maintain certification, much like other professions including lawyers, doctors and accountants.

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