Industrial Training International

CRC Canada Gives Attendees Tools for Safer Work Areas

Date: 03-11-2014 / Author: kparrish

The overarching purpose of a crane and rigging safety conference is to provide participants with ideas they can take back to the job site. They don’t usually put those ideas into action at their work places while the conference is still happening, though.

CRC/ICHC announces speakers for the Crane & Rigging Conference and Industrial Crane & Hoist Conference (CRC/ICHC) to be held in Houston, Texas, Dec. 3-4. Safety and risk managers, crane and rigging supervisors, lift directors, facilities managers and others working in crane and rigging operations are invited to attend.

An accident has occurred on your jobsite involving a rough terrain crane.

That's the scenario that will greet attendees at the start of the second day of this year's Crane & Rigging Conference (CRC) Canada, which takes place Oct. 22-23 at the Edmonton Marriott at River Cree Resort, Edmonton, Alberta.

The opening session on Wed. 23 Oct., titled "Accident Investigation Workshop: Mobile Crane & Rigging Incident", will be lead by Mike Parnell, president and CEO, Industrial Training International (ITI) Canada ULC.

Steve Fryer, manager of training, NCSG Crane and Heavy Haul, has joined the presenters at CRC Canada. He will address what he calls a "misconception in the crane industry" at this year's event, which takes place Oct. 22-23 at the Edmonton Marriott at River Cree Resort, Edmonton, Alberta.

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