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XL Specialized recieves management certification
XL Specialized Trailers obtained the ISO 9001:2015 certification for design, manufacture and service of engineered and customized trailers.
Kobelco suspends some machine sales in Europe
Temporary stop on certain crane and excavator sales due to Hino engine emission certification issue
Act now on ICSA crane safety guidance
Association director calls for crane industry to act on new ICSA safety guidance
CCO exams will transition to digital by 2024
CCO unveiled its technology initiative to move all written exams to the computer through the introduction of a new test administration modality known as Event Online Testing (EOT). 
Tower Cranes North America 2022 event update
Who is speaking at the third Tower Cranes North America conference in Miami, USA, 21 and 22 June, and what will they say?
CATME opens with van Gelder keynote
Mammoet CEO says a new approach to contracts for the renewables sector is needed
Tadano sets sustainability as business goal
Product range will be gradually converted to engine technologies with zero emissions, or at least significantly reduced emissions
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.
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