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Contact Us

Posted on Apr 19, 2016 in

The HMOAB office is temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During this period, we are only able to check email and voicemail infrequently. We apologize for this inconvenience and urge everyone to follow the state government directives to contain this pandemic. Mahalo. Tracy Takano Executive Assistant Phone: (808) 586-8146 Email: [email protected] HOURS The HMOAB ...
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Mission, History and Governance

Posted on Apr 19, 2016 in

In order to provide public and worker safety, the Hawaiʻi Legislature created the Hoisting Machine Operators Advisory Board (HMOAB) in 1998. Find out more about our administrative rules and operating laws below.   Learn More

Get Involved and Informed

Posted on Apr 19, 2016 in

Currently, HMOAB operates with a five-member Advisory Board, appointed by the Governor and approved by the Legislature. Each serves a staggered four-year term representing various aspects of the industry, from organized labor to construction management firms, and different geographic regions. The Board meets in open session each month in room 114 of the Princess Ruth ...
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List of Current Certified Operators

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News and Announcements

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Interested in Becoming an Operator?

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Apply For or Renew Your Certification

Posted on Apr 19, 2016 in

Submit your application online 1. Fill out application and attach required documents. 2. Make payment via credit card or e-check. 3. If approved, your certification card will be mailed promptly.

Who We Are

Posted on Apr 15, 2016 in

The Hawaiʻi Hoisting Machine Operators Advisory Board is charged with establishing minimum standards to assure construction tower and crane operators across the islands operate hoisting machines in a safe and lawful manner on behalf of the citizens of our State. (Sixteen other states and six municipalities have similar requirements). To be eligible, each operator (whether ...
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