Crane and Rigging Conference

It’s been more than two years since the OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Subpart CC was issued, yet many in the industry still have questions about the interpretation of the rule and the practicality of compliance with it.

Maximum Capacity Media surveyed the industry in early 2013, asking stakeholders to rank their most burning questions. Survey respondents said their top concerns were:

lift plan

Three lift planning software suppliers will showcase their products side-by-side during the May 29-30, Crane & Rigging and Industrial Crane & Hoist Conferences to be held in Indianapolis, Ind., following a review of the new ASME P30 standard “Planning for Load Handling Activities and Critical Lift Plans.” Lift Planning experts from A1A Software, craniMAX, and LiftPlanner offered the following advice when selecting lift planning software tools for your crane and rigging projects. “Don’t guess.