The nature of the lifting industry is that it is actually a collection of a wide range of specialist industries which coalesce around the single act of fighting gravity. Designers, manufacturers, inspectors, fitters, engineers; the list of front line occupations in our industry goes on and on. Before you even think of the numerous support […]
Ross Moloney CEO of the Lifting Equipment Engineeris Association (LEEA) recommends being light on your feet and adapting plans quickly when circumstances change. What a surprise to be asked to write something about leadership. This either means that I’m doing something right, or instead something very wrong, and there’s a hint of irony in the […]
A general lack of understanding over ‘one trip’ and low quality slings is threatening safety in the construction, timber and steel sectors as well as in ports and docks, warns Dave Cormack, board member of The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA). The term ‘One Trip Sling’ is given to a sling that has been designed […]
Ross Moloney CEO of the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) looks at the role that technological innovation is having on the future of the lifting industry. Our industry tends to fly under the radar but it has been around for thousands of years. Much of what the lifting equipment industry does has not changed […]
22/10/2019 - 13:11 pm
LHI September 2021
In this month's issue
Crosby’s employee participation programme.
Faresin’s new electric telehandler
MEWPs for the manufacturing sector.
Seismic isolation system for cranes
The rise of automated handling solutions
The Insider: s Steve Napieralski, president at Oz Lifting.