We rent wheeled skidsteers bobcats
We rent mini excavators
We rent track loaders aka bobcats
We rent mini loaders aka mini bobcats

Why Do I need a Hoisting License?

Regardless of where you live, If you are using regulated equipment in Massachusetts, you need either a Hoisting Engineers License or a Temporary Hoisting Permit Under Massachusetts Law (520 CMR 6.10) a Hoisting Engineers License is required to operate any equipment “with a minimum capability of hoisting the load higher than ten feet or has the capability of lifting loads greater than 500 pounds or if the capacity of the bucket exceeds 1/4 cubic yard capacity” This law is in effect at every rental center in the state and requires us to ensure anyone renting our regulated equipment has an operator with a valid Hoisting Engineers License or a valid Temporary Hoisting Permit. Some common equipment that this regulations governs includes:      Skid Steers (aka Bobcats)      Tracked Loaders      Mini Excavators      Back-hoes      Compact Loaders If you need to use this equipment in Massachusetts, you have two options:

Get a Temporary Hoisting Permit or Get a Hoisting Engineers License

Want more info:

Hoisting License FAQ’s can be found here Mass Department of Public Safety Powerpoint presentation Explaining the Regulations: Click Here Mass Department of Public Safety Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Regulations: Click Here

We are a State Approved Short Term Rental Entity and can issue Temporary Hoisting Permits