Robway Safety is using data collection technology to improve operator behaviour and awareness. Read more
This year will see the 40th anniversary of the CICA conference. To help celebrate this landmark event, Cranes and Lifting Magazine is running a series of articles based on interviews with CICA Life Members.
The major inspection for cranes is easy to monitor, but if crane owners can demonstrate a willingness to fulfil requirements of a system that bases maintenance on usage, it may be able to eliminate the need for expensive inspections. Read more
A new simulation-based training system which is able to engage two trainees at the same time has been released. Read more
Crane supply company 600 Cranes has assisted in the installation of safety barriers on Melbourne’s West Gate Bridge, with the company supplying a Tadano ZE290 truck-mounted crane to complete the John Holland-led project. Read more
For over 30 years, Robway has developed and manufactured a range of safe load indicators and line-tension monitoring equipment for all types of cranes and heavy lifting equipment. Read more
RaycoWylie is synonymous with crane safety systems. Cranes and Lifting spoke to the Australian and international teams. Read more
Nobles is using an interactive and immersive virtual reality training and assessment crane simulator to help engage industry and take operator training to the next level. Read more
CICA, in collaboration with TAFE NSW, is offering the Construction Crane Operations Traineeship – an ideal way to begin a career in the crane industry.
LSM Technologies’ Peter Woodford tells Cranes and Lifting why operators should be adopting a risk management approach to develop a documented tyre management plan.