Friday, May 30, 2008

Crane Safety featured in upcoming Webcast

Crane Safety featured in upcoming free Webcast from Construction Equipment:

Shop and Field Safety Webcast
Event Date: June 04, 2008 at 11:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time, Duration: 60 Minutes
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Equipment facilities and construction sites are inherently dangerous places with all types of noise, fumes, toxic materials, and vehicles. However, dangerous does not have to mean unsafe. Everyone involved in the equipment industry has a responsibility to maintain a working environment that is free from, "accidents waiting to happen." If a possible accident situation is recognizable, it can be avoided.

In addition to Shop and Field Safety, Crane and Rigging safety will be featured in this webcast.

Participants will learn about:
Crane and Rigging Safety
• Training
• Load weight
• Operator Procedures
• Signaling
• Rigging
• Inspection

• Creating a safe shop environment.
• Knowing what to look for at the shop and in the field to prevent worker injury.
• Keys to safety regulation compliance.
• Motivating employees to be, Safety Vigilant
• Identifying best practices for high accident rate areas and equipment such as the shops, cranes, and forklifts.

Webcast will be followed by live Q&A.


- Mike Anderson, Senior Editor of Construction Equipment magazine, will lead the discussion.

- Roger Thompson, Vice President of Bucher Willis and Ratliff Corporation

- Jack Butler, owner/operator of Butler Cranes & More
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