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Accident reporting for EWPs rise but deaths fall

Despite reports increasing over the past year, the fatality rates of the leading types of accidents have declined – an encouraging sign that collective action across the powered access industry to tackle key underlying causes of accidents is starting to take effect, according to the latest report from the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) based […]

17/07/2023 - 14:43 pm
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Automation will impact Australia’s workforce

Some 2.7 million Australian jobs are at risk from automation over the next 15 years, but more than twice as many roles could be created if the nation invests in its workforce, says a report on technology’s impact on the workplace. The Technology Impacts on the Australian Workforce report found Australian workers are feeling the […]

11/03/2020 - 20:42 pm

Battery development benefits from Dinolift’s 40 celebration

To mark a 40 year partnership milestone between Dinolift and its Finnish dealer Rotator Oy, Dinolift has made a donation to the University of Turku for the development of future battery technology. In the late 1970s the market for drainage machines was declining and Dinolift – in those days named Kurpan Konepaja – was starting […]

08/09/2019 - 17:51 pm
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Batteries of the future

Researchers from Australia’s Deakin University are working to create a new type of battery material that will reduce the cost and environmental impact of high performance batteries. The team from Deakin University’s Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) is working in partnership with Calix Pty Ltd at their Bacchus Marsh manufacturing facility and Melbourne-based Boron Molecular […]

19/08/2019 - 12:36 pm

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