Another Reason Why You Can't Miss ICHC ProMat

A rigging master class is the latest in a series of top-notch presentations confirmed for the Industrial Crane & Hoist Conference (ICHC) to be co-located at the ProMat show, McCormick Place, Chicago Ill., on Tuesday March 22, 2011.

Joe Ingle, Wolverine Crane & Service Inc., will tell end users how to implement a successful crane, hoist, and rigging gear inspection program through tried-and-true best practices. Additionally, end users will learn about the federal requirements on inspections, and how to develop a program that meets these responsibilities.

Meanwhile, remote control firm Cattron will deliver a presentation as a member of the Crane Manufacturers Association of America (CMAA) on the safety, efficiency, and productivity advantages of choosing the right control method for your cranes and hoists.

Be part of this gathering of overhead crane and hoist users at a world-class conference that takes place above the largest show floor of lifting and moving technology you will see anywhere in North America next year.

ICHC is the most dynamic, innovative plant and facility managers' forum the lifting industry has ever put together.  You can't afford to miss the critical information that will be offered during this value-packed, one-day program.

The event is structured to promote the sharing of knowledge among industry peers.  The program includes presentations from end users, safety experts, and manufacturers, following a keynote by a highly regarded economist.  A panel discussion on recent OSHA standard developments, and the resulting impact on the use of industrial lifting technology, is a must-see for anyone using overhead cranes and hoists in North America.

Lyle Moran, the EHS training manager for Sikorsky Aircraft, Stratford; Joe Crews, president of Crews Crane Training International; and a case study from Gorbel Inc., are just a handful of other event highlights.  See the full program here:

The cost to attend ICHC is just $275, including lunch, coffee breaks and entrance to ProMat.  Can you afford not to be there?