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Heavy industry big part of climate crisis solution, says Mammoet
Mammoet’s head of sustainability, Erica Gray, discusses engineered heavy lifting’s role as an enabler of the climate change transition
OSHA to develop emergency standard for vaccination mandate
OSHA will issue an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) to outline the requirments for how vaccination mandates will be enforced.
Revised ANSI A92 standards approved
The long-awaited ANSI MEWP standards will go into effect on June 1
NCCCO: Registrations roll in for Certification Forum
In addition to timely presentations from industry experts, the event will provide ample time for Q&A on issues relating to personnel certification and qualification requirements.
Moving forward with more clarity
Crystal clear:  FHWA defines nondivisible load.
Sling standards revised
Brad Kelechava reports on updates and revisions to ASME B30.9-2018: Slings
NCCCO: Five things you need to know about OSHA’s Certification Rule
Operators will have to be certified by type, but not capacity. 
ALL Crane Rental of Tennessee wins award
ALL Crane Rental of Tennessee has received the Supplier of the Year Award from the Knoxville Branch of the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Tennessee. 
Brent talks certification delay
Graham Brent talks to ACT about why mandatory crane operator certification was delayed until November 2018.
Checklists serve as vital safety tool
Chip Pocock discusses why checklists are so important to safe crane operation.
Keep up-to-date via the KHL News Bulletin
Joe Malone, editor, International Rental News, provides the latest global construction news via regular one-minute audio news bulletins
Crane regulations lawsuit filed against NY City DOB
A group of construction industry associations have filed a lawsuit against the City of New York and its commissioner Rick Chandler over new crane orders and regulations
KHL News Bulletin goes live
Joe Malone to present regular one-minute audio news updates on KHL home webpage
City of Cincinnati proposes new crane safety rules
New crane safety regulations proposed in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, include operator certification, equipment registration, higher minimum insurance levels and a phasing out of cranes that are more than 20 years old
Save the date: First Cranes and Transport Middle East conference
The first Cranes and Transport Middle East one day conference and networking event will be held at the Conrad Dubai hotel in Dubai, UAE, on 8 December 2016
Unresolved issues loom in 2015
John Skelly provides a round-up of updates on the top safety, training and certification issues in 2015
World Crane and Transport Summit discount ends Saturday
The Early Bird 30 % discount offer on tickets for the 2015 World Crane and Transport Summit in Amsterdam, Netherlands, ends on 28 February
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