The crane industry is no different to any industry sector. As a result of the continued COVID crisis, there has been an increase of stress and strain on operations which has lead to more crane accidents.
Despite the challenges presented by COVID-19, Franna has continued to invest in its service business across the country. Read more
A sophisticated parts and service hub will support Tadano Oceania customers and grow business in Australia and New Zealand. Read more
Crane hire companies were quick to respond to the Baden Components Exchange Program. Cranes and Lifting explains. Read more
TRT’s focus on people is leading industry wide innovation and standards for the Pick and Carry crane in Australia. Cranes and Lifting reports. Read more
During last year’s Bauma, Liebherr launched a new Flat-Top series. Three of the eight units are equipped with fibre rope and therefore have “fibre” added to their product title. The first unit from the series is headed to Auckland, New Zealand. Cranes and Lifting explains. Read more
The Jarlway name will be new to some, but to many it is a brand that has been steadily building its reputation throughout the tower crane sector for the past few years. Cranes and Lifting reports. Read more
Bluehats is a peer support program based on educating and training people to look after and support each other. Read more
Construction workers are six times more likely to die from suicide than an accident at work. For young workers, the facts are that they are well over two times more likely to take their own lives than other young Australian men.
Mental health and mental wellbeing are oft used terms, but many in a male dominated industry like the crane sector dismiss it saying, “it won’t impact me”.