LHA Sept/Oct 2021
In this issue
We must respect new protocols, but not let them become a distraction says The Insider, Ashley Thacker of Ranger Lifting.
New coil grab for automated EOT crane applications
Face Time: Life as a field service engineer gave Matthew Elvin a great grounding in the lifting equipment business; today he is CEO of two global companies. Dan Jenkins finds out more about his journey.
Lifting equipment plays an essential role in oil and gas operations of all kinds but the consequences of non-compliance to standards and ignorance in relation to lifting can be severe, says Justin Boehm, regional general manager at the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA).
New ways to renew and extend MEWP operator training are being made available by IPAF, giving operators renewing their PAL Card and training certification options to use VR simulators and eLearning.
The pandemic accelerated the switch to online training, but will it ever fully replace training in person or on the job? Dan Jenkins investigates how training is evolving and looks at some of the latest safety initiatives from EWP manufacturers.
Konecranes has achieved ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification for information security management ensuring customer data is secure.
Specialist underground mining contractor PYBAR Mining Services has set a new industry best-practice benchmark for removing large diameter reamers safely in an underground environment.
Dal-Lago is bringing Verton safe lifting tech to India and the GCC.