Crane Safety 2017

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Crane Safety 2017

20/09/2017
 

Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London

 

 

Join this popular event to hear how crane operators and manufacturers avoid incidents, reduce risk and improve safety within existing budgets.

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ Crane Safety seminar returns for its second year to further explore the safe operation of cranes and explore the challenges of risk and incident reduction.

Hear insights from leading construction companies about recent projects and practical guidance from the industry regulator. Join roundtable discussions that will explore the key issues being faced in major construction projects and identify methods to overcome them.

This is a unique opportunity to learn industry best practice and understand how you can avoid legal and financial challenges for yourself and your company


KEY TOPICS FOR 2017:

 

  • How to comply with the crane safety regulations and best practice for crane operators and main contractors, with guidance from Health and Safety Executive, Construction Plant-hire Association and The Safety Assessment Federation.
  • Addressing Human Factors and what can be done to maintain high safety levels, with guidance from Bowmer and Kirkland and Rolls-Royce Submarines.
  • Case studies of recent projects from Multiplex, Heerema Marine Contractors and Keltbray.
  • Find out about new technologies and industry trends for risk and incident reduction from Liebherr.

WHY ATTEND?

  • Learn how to properly plan and monitor for the safe operation of your cranes.
  • Share successful strategies that address the common challenges in lifting operations at dedicated round table discussions.
  • Benchmark, review and enhance your organisation’s crane operating practices.
  • Network with senior industry professionals and share key findings raised at the seminar.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Join dedicated networking sessions, providing the perfect chance to meet, greet and continue the discussion. All Heads, Directors, Managers and Engineers who are involved in the following areas are strongly recommended to attend:

  • Operations
  • Project Management
  • Site Management
  • Lifting 
  • Development
  • Safety
  • Risk
  • Investigations

Click here to book your place

 

 

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