Construction sites are inherently dangerous – and the presence of cranes and hoists only amplifies the risk. Physical safety of workers is just one priority: Advances in technology have exposed equipment to malicious hacking and thrill-seeking selfie takers have made headlines by breaking in and climbing to dangerous heights.
Crane & Hoist Magazine, with its media partners at OHS Canada and SP&T News, are proud to present an exclusive day-long forum focused on safety.
Co-located with Partners in Prevention, Canada’s largest safety conference and tradeshow attracts more than 4,000 attendees. CraneSafe 2020 is an exclusive professional development opportunity and a chance to network with leaders in the crane and hoist industry.
CraneSafe 2020 takes place on April 28. But the exhibition portion runs April 28-29, and CraneSafe 2020 attendees are entitled to a discount to attend the second day of sessions at Partners in Prevention.
Cost: $495. Early bird rate of $395 – save $100 – if you register by Friday, April 24.
- Thrill seekers at construction sites
- Workers taking selfies and following unsafe practices for a good social media post
- Keeping your data, equipment and machinery safe through cyber security
- Keeping your site safe for you and your workers
- Major crane safety hazards and preventative measures
- Safety measures behind wind turbines construction
For sponsorship and exhibiting information contact Amanda McCracken at firstname.lastname@example.org or 226-931-5095
CraneSafe is a one-day educational forum focused on the safety of those within the crane, hoist, and heavy lifting industry. The day-long forum is co-located and hosted with Partners in Prevention (PIP). Put on by Workplace Safety & Prevention Services, PIP is the largest health and safety conference and tradeshow in the country – attracting more than 4,000 professionals. The forum will offer presentations on the latest safety practices, covering topics such as: thrill seekers around a construction site; onsite safety of workers; cyber security: keeping your data and equipment safe; recent crane incidents and what went wrong; major crane safety hazards and preventative measures; hoist loads and capacity; and a panel Q&A.