The use of floating cranes, automation technology and heavy lift cranes that can turn any port into a heavy lift port are having a major impact on the way that dockside lifting is being carried out.
The owner of a property development company could face over six years in prison and a $1 million fine after an employee was killed while using a boom lift to trim trees last year. The company was already fined almost $92,000 in April.
This single 703,000 lb (351 Tons) lift of structural steel using Twin-Path® Extra Slings with CornerMax® Pads and Shackle Pin Pads for protection, established a new record.
AEM’s Technical and Safety Services staff met with top officials of the Directorate of Construction (DOC) of OSHA this month to discuss opportunities to improve the health and safety of those working with and around heavy equipment in agriculture, construction, forestry, and utility.
Since its successful launch of the 1000 EC-H at the Bauma 2013 in Munich, the largest standard crane in the EC-H series has been proving its worth in prestigious projects around the world.
A mobile crane was called in this weekend to remove an aircraft from the Links Air fleet that crash landed at Robin Hood Airport in Doncaster, UK.
Some of the toughest and more unusual conditions are currently experienced by today’s underwater aquanauts. Divers are very often working alone, in conditions of variable depth water pressures and temperatures, combined with poor visibility while also battling with ocean currents.
Industrial Video and Control (IVC) is now offering the CZ-3041-1 crane monitoring system.
Tower crane operator Barry Kelly of Irish crane & lifting was recently filmed by Irish television company RTE and named as the highest fan of country and western singer Garth Brooks.
News from one of our readers in the Netherlands of the 1,200 tonne Gottwald AK912 owned by ALE that keeps on going.