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Card checks aren’t enough: New draft guidance on operator competence
14 June, 2013
The UK Strategic Forum Plant Safety Group has launched a public consultation on a new guidance document, Management of Plant Operator Competence, produced in collaboration with the Construction Plant-hire Association. The guidance stresses managers need to do more than just check operators cards.
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SC&RA members quiz OSHA over $1bn training requirement
Thursday, September 20, 2012 As the US industry gears up to certify operators ahead of the 2014 implementation of the cranes and derricks rule, SC&RA members are questioning a requirement for capacity certification that could, some say, add a billion dollars to industry costs.
Singapore and Malaysian regulators speak at Cranes Asia
Thursday, August 23, 2012 The programme for Cranes Asia, Cranes Today's annual Singapore-based conference, has just been finalised, with the late addition of regulators from Singapore and Malaysia.
EU regulations: no CPC license needed for crane drivers
Monday, August 13, 2012 The EU Commission, the executive body of the EU, has said that mobile crane drivers do not necessarily need to get a Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) license.
Cutting through the BS
Monday, June 25, 2012 A new revision to the British Standard for cranes will clarify guidance on inspection, maintenance and thorough examination of overhead cranes, emphasise scheduling testing and inspection to crane usage, and lay the ground work for a dedicated overhead crane standard. Will North reports

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