The future of the heavy lifting industry looks bright – and we are looking back and looking forward to share these stories.
Armed with a strong work ethic, initiative, curiosity, and a commitment to training and safety, we are asking our readers to nominate candidates for our Top 10 Under 40 celebration in the fall issue of Crane & Hoist Canada.
Whether they work in leadership, operations, maintenance, sales or support, these crane and hoist employees are highly regarded by their colleagues, clients and peers.
Want to recognize a future leader? Time is running out, as nominations for the 2022 contest wrap up on Sept. 30.
Here, we look back at last year’s Top 10 winners:
Crane & Rigging Supervisor, RKM Crane Services
Garrett Ewasiuk can spot the small stuff, which is what makes him so good at his job as a crane and rigging supervisor, says Drew Ferris, operations manager at Ewasiuk’s employer RKM Crane Services Ltd.
“Garrett’s attention to detail while ensuring the safety of crews, equipment and the public is one of the reasons that we as a company have been so successful and recognized in the industry,” says Ferris in his nomination.
At 29 years old, Ewasiuk has worked his way from apprentice to Red Seal mobile crane operator to supervisor thanks to his studious nature, which his peers see in his in-depth reading of crane manuals and his on-the-job learning from senior operators.
Now, in addition to inspecting machinery and equipment, he provides onsite logistics for rigging projects.
“Over the past four years Garrett has nearly perfected the art of assembling our cranes, dismantling and erecting various models of tower cranes, and dismantling our equipment safely and efficiently in tight quarters,” notes Ferris.
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