IPAF is to publish its latest Global Safety Report and accident statistics in an online seminar presentation next week
The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) has appointed Duncan Barrier as technical engineer
IPAF has launched its new digital ePAL mobile app for aerial work platform and mastclimber operators
The latest digital issue of Cranes & Access is now online and available to read or download.
The first powered access technician apprentices have started their formal studies as part of a programme pioneered by IPAF
The latest issue of Kran & Bühne magazine is now online and available to read or download.
The ICSA recently met virtually to work on another three guidance documents for crane safety
The latest International Powered Access Awards were announced at the virtual Summit earlier today
The latest digital version of Kran & Bühne magazine is now online and available to read or download.
IPAF has teamed up with Trackunit to develop and deliver a new operator’s app - ePAL - with digital IPAF PAL card, logbook, and operator safety guides
IPAF – the International Powered Access Federation - has appointed Amanda Beckett as head of finance
UK based rental association HAE has appointed Paul Gaze as chief executive designate. He will also be responsible for the EHA - Event Hire Association.
IPAF has appointed Brian Parker as head of safety & technical
The UK's HAE EHA has abandoned plans for a physical 'Hire Awards of Excellence' event, replacing it with an online event
Australia’s EWPA has appointed Andrew Delahunt as director of resources - safety, technical & training
The UK’s HSE has issued provisional workplace fatality figures with the lowest number of fatalities on record
Ingo Schiller of Tadano and Garry Higdem of Mario Sinacola & Sons have joined the board of directors of the NCCCO Foundation
IPAF has added facial recognition to its online operator theory modules
The IPAF Summit and awards dinner scheduled for October 8th has been postponed until March next year
Australia's CICA has published the first results from its collaboration with Worksafe Victoria to collect data involving crane incidents in the state
IPAF has published 'Covid-19 Safe Operating Guidance' to help with Covid-19 risk assesements and safety measures for using work platforms, mast climbers or hoists
IPAF has published its results for 2019, with revenues up 8.1 percent to £7.06 million – a new record.
The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) has published a new standard for aerial work platform controls.