The Heavy Equipment College of America has taken delivery of two Manitowoc 100t MLC100-1 lattice boom crawler cranes
The first powered access technician apprentices have started their formal studies as part of a programme pioneered by IPAF
The IPAF CAP - Competent Assessed Person programme - has been adapted for mast climbers and hoists.
Last year experienced UK IPAF trainer Paul Stray set up on his own after he was laid off. On Monday his new business was formally accredited
UK rental company Premier Platforms has become one of the first training centres to offer IPAF’s new virtual PAL+ course
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 has issued its two millionth PAL card (Powered Access Licence)
The latest digital issue of Cranes & Access is now online and available to read or download.
The NCCCO Foundation has launched web based ‘The Most Similar Certifications Directory’ to help with OSHA’s new rules on crane operator qualifications
ESTA and the British Columbia Association for Crane Safety (BCACS) have signed a Mutual Recognition Agreement for the European Crane Operator's Licence ECOL
IPAF has added facial recognition to its online operator theory modules
Liebherr Ehingen has been certified to provide European Crane operator Licence training
Swedish rental company Lipac Liftar has become the first company in Sweden to offer IPAF training
US crane training company CIS has appointed Ray Rice as business development manager.
Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority has taken delivery of two 30 tonne Grove RT530E-2 Rough Terrain cranes.
US based NCCCO has signed an agreement with FNRCO of Saudi Arabia for crane operator testing in the kingdom
OSHA has issued a warning notice concerning crane operator test certifications issued by Crane Institute Certification - CIC
The Access Industry Forum (AIF) held its second Work At Height Conference last week at the AJ Bell Stadium in Salford, north west England
The North American crane operator certification organisation NCCCO is dropping the requirement for a physical medical test to gain NCCCO certified CORRECTED
The NASC has signed the Armed Forces Covenant to promote career and training opportunities for ex-military personnel
Palfinger UK has appointed Zoe Ellis as an ALLMI loader crane instructor
Ruthmann has appointed Markus Knuchel as workshop manager for its Swiss operation and added Richard Carr to its North American sales team
UK work at height association ATLAS has published new guidance for Working at Height in wind
Versalift UK is collaborating with the University of Northampton on stability loadings for its vehicle mounted platforms