In this article, the Crane Industry Council of Australia’s (CICA) technical committee examines the causes of accidents and emphasise the importance of training the ‘right way’.
In late November 2021, The Crane Industry Council of Australia’s (CICA) CEO Brandon Hitch and Stuart Edwards, Director of Edwards Heavy Lift, and CICA Technical Committee Member – presented the Federal Safety Commissioner Hazard 2020 webinar on lift planning for crane risk management. You can watch this webinar here.
The Crane Industry Council of Australia (CICA) recently released this advice on how to calculate the right size of Outrigger mats for your crane. Failing to do this can have disastrous consequences.
In conjunction with key industry groups such as The Crane Industry Council of Australia and the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator, Tasmanian State and Local Government road managers have developed a state-wide system to maximise heavy vehicle productivity and access across Tasmania’s roads. Read more
In this article, Charles Power – Partner Holding Redlich, explains the importance of understanding employer obligations when it comes to casual labour. Read more
The role of telematics is critical to the success of HVAMS and this element of the project is being rolled out now by a team at Transport Certification Australia (TCA), including John Gordon, manager strategic development. Read more
Despite the unwelcome interruptions caused by COVID, Tally and her Puppy Raiser Virginia have continued to work hard on training and Tally is on schedule with her development. Read more
Marr Contracting Pty Ltd (The Men From Marr’s), recently completed a word record lift during construction of 1915 Çanakkale Bridge, Gelibolu (Gallipoli), Turkey.
Remote load-control systems are designed to make taglines obsolete providing greater productivity, efficiency and safety by automating lifting operations. The Crane Industry Council of Australia’s Technical Committee examines these technologies in this issue’s CICA Tech Corner. Read more
Crane hirers are bucking the trend and continue to be desensitised to the “doom and gloom” that COVID-19 has caused. Optimism abounds, as crane businesses put this year behind them and look to 2021 with renewed vigour. There’s plenty to look forward to. Read more