Videos & Podcasts

New web address for ICST
International Cranes and Specialized Transport has a new web address: www.internationalcranes.media
Video: Tower Cranes North America (TCNA) 2020
A full recording of the 2020 Tower Cranes North America online conference is now available
FTV 500 Blade lifters now in North America
Incredible video footage of Mountain’s wind professionals hauling turbine components through the steep, timbered terrain near Mount Rainier. A feat that could only be accomplished safely with the use of the FTV 500 blade lifters.
The Crane Signalperson: What You Need to Know
The crane signalperson acts as the crane operator’s eyes and ears on the ground, helping to ensure that dangerous and costly crane accidents are prevented. Watch this video from NBIS for the essentials about this crucial role
Inform Your Team on Proper Rigger Responsibilities
Riggers are essential to the job site, but their responsibilities are often unclear. The heavy construction industry relies on a combination of ASME and OSHA standards for clear guidelines. Watch this video from NBIS for more information about keeping your team up-to-date with rigger responsibility regulations.
Five challenges facing Maxim during the Covid-19 outbreak
D.Ann Shiffler Editor of ACT talks to Frank Bardonaro Chief Operating Officer, Maxim CraneWorks
Work Smarter Not Harder with Yale Synthetic Rope Solutions
Yale Cordage doesn’t just manufacture rope - we engineer synthetic rope constructions that increase safety and efficiency worldwide. Watch this video to learn how our expertise provides value for customers’ most challenging projects.
How are you protecting and improving your bottom line?
Securing insurance for your crane, rigging, or transport company is probably not your favorite annual task. Let the NBIS team of experts review your coverage options, claims scenarios, contracts, loss control and risk-management efforts. Review the vast collection of Risk Management resources NBIS Policyholders access at www.NBIS.com
The International Tower Cranes Conference (ITC) will be held on 26 and 27 June 2019.
The event for everybody involved in the tower crane industry, from crane rental companies and contractors to manufacturers and distributors.
TCNA 2018: The evolution of construction and its impact on tower crane engineering
Dr.–Ing. Mohamed Abouelezz, senior technical sales manager, Wolffkran - co-presented with Randy Huffman, vice president, Custom Service Crane, Inc.
TCNA 2018: The benefits of using fibre ropes on tower cranes
Marco Guariglia, managing director sales, Liebherr Tower CranesSHOW MORE
TCNA 2018: Improving tower crane operation with virtual design and construction (VDC) techniques
JR Moran, director of crane operations, B&G Equipment and Supply - co-presented with Russ Gibbs, director of innovation, Brasfield & Gorrie
TCNA 2018: Increasing importance of application engineering in the North American tower crane industry
Marco Gentilini, vice president and general manager, Terex Tower Cranes
TCNA 2018: New recommendations on preparing tower cranes for inclement weather
Peter Juhren, chairman, SC&RA Tower Crane Committee & vice president of operations,Morrow Equipment Co.
TCNA 2018: Tower cranes and major projects
Frank Bardonaro, chief operating officer, Maxim Crane
TCNA 2018: OSHA update and minimizing contractual risks
Michael Rubin, partner, Goldberg Segalla - co-presented with Billy Smith, executive vice president - claims and risk management, NBIS
TCNA 2018: Aviation obstruction: what you need to know
Michael Helvey, Manager, Obstruction Evaluation Group, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Mike Blaich, OEG Airspace Specialist – Florida, Obstruction
TCNA 2018: The tower crane business: balancing risks and rewards
Christian Chalupny, president, Morrow Equipment Co.
TCNA 2018: Round-table: Hook cameras and other crane operator aids
Chaired by: Alex Dahm, editor, International Cranes and Specialized Transport
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