Responsible Lift Direction: How Changes in OSHA Crane Regulation Have Affected the Work Site
Brought to you by Sims Crane and NBIS.
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Keynote speaker Billy Smith, EVP NBIS
On January 11th, 2012, Sims Crane and NBIS are teaming up with the Florida Crane Alliance to bring you a special one day only event. This Crane Management Seminar will offer valuable insight into the ASME B30.5 and OSHA 1926. 1400 changes that are reshaping roles and responsibilities of crane owners and crane users for construction and related industries. This is the crane safety event you do not want to miss, featuring keynote speaker Billy Smith, EVP of claims and risk management for NBIS. Mr. Smith is highly regarded among his peers and within the crane industry as having great insight into how crane regulation has evolved during his illustrious career.
The presentation will focus on challenges for contractors and crane users in todays construction climate with special attention to new definitions outlined in ASME B30.5 and changes to OSHA 1926.1400. This is the crane safety discussion you DO NOT want to miss!
Topics will include:
– What is a Lift Director?
– What is a Controlling Entity?
– What is Crane Management?
– What do regulations tell us about these roles?
Sign up today, seating is limited! This event includes a plated lunch.
For more information and to register for this exciting event, follow the link below:
This event is brought to you in cooperation with the following supporters committed to continued construction safety education.
– OSHA Florida Crane Alliance
– Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Florida Gulf Coast Chapter
– Associated General Contractors (AGC) Greater Florida Chapter
– National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO)