Welcome to my last column for 2020 – it has been a year of challenges, uncertainty, and more importantly, adaptability.
And thankfully, the year ahead is paved with opportunities to further strengthen the crane industry.
With that in mind, I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge all our members and the wider construction industries’ commitment to providing such incredible service during the COVID-19 uncertainty.
The CANZ Council recently had...
In the third part of our new three-part series about regulations, the Crane Association of New Zealand’s Past President, Scott McLeod, hammers home the same message he’s been advocating for for years.
With potential changes Health and Safety in Employment (Pressure Equipment, Cranes, and Passenger Ropeways) Regulations afoot, it’s crucial to have the mastered the basics.
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The Crane Association of New Zealand (CANZ) has received confirmation that full funding for crane training is now available through the Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF).
Trainees who enrol in the New Zealand Certificate in Cranes (Levels 3 & 4), will have their training and assessment fully paid for by the TTAF scheme. This cost has previously been paid for by the crane
company / employer.
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The attached safety alert first featured in the Minex Safety Alert email on 27 November 2020. Please use the learnings to review procedures for the elimination of this hazard.
WorkSafe has advised that two separate incidents have occurred in a month, where gas bottles have been damaged in an exclusion zone.
Read the safety alert HERE