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NEW YORK CITY-In the wake of several construction fatalities at development sites on the Far West Side and Manhattanville, city officials are now requiring new tests and requirements to up the safety standards for crane operators citywide. According to new administrative rules from the New York City Department of Buildings, new applicants must now obtain certification from either the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators, a non-profit that develops performance assessments for crane operations nationwide, an organization accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies or the American National Standards Institute, beginning in May.

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