LEEA and IPAF working together to the benefit of members
The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) CEO, Dr Ross Moloney, recently met with Tim Whiteman, CEO of The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF), and Richard Whiting, UK Market General Manager for IPAF, to discuss shared approaches for supporting members as well as exploring opportunities to work closely together in the future across the sector.
“It was a pleasure to welcome Tim and Richard to LEEA’s office. This meeting is part of our determination at LEEA to work across the sector to deliver more benefit for our members,” says Dr Moloney. “We see this as the start of an exciting period of cooperation between our two organizations.”
IPAF promotes the safe and effective use of powered access equipment worldwide through technical advice and information, influencing and interpreting legislation and standards, and safety initiatives and training programmes.
The not-for-profit organization is owned by its members, which include manufacturers, rental companies, distributors, contractors and users. IPAF members operate a majority of the Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWP) rental fleet worldwide and manufacture about 85% of platforms on the market.
The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) is established across the globe as the leading representative body for all those involved in the lifting industry worldwide.
It is the respected and authoritative representative body for its members who work in every aspect of the industry, from design, manufacture, refurbishment and repair, through to the hire, maintenance and use of lifting equipment.
The Association has played a key role in this specialized field for over 70 years, from training and standards setting through to health and safety, the provision of technical and legal advice, and the development of examination and licensing systems.
LEEA represents its members at the highest levels across a range of both public and private bodies, including various government departments, as well as nationally and internationally recognised professional and technical institutions.
The costs and benefits of simulation-based training: Key considerationsThe construction industry has seen steady growth over the past…
Feds invest in Port of Thunder Bay transportation infrastructureTransport Canada recently announced it will invest $7.5 million into…
CraneWorks names new director of sales for U.S. Southern RegionCraneWorks, Inc., a top provider of lifting solutions, has named…
Canadian rental revenues forecast to reach $5.4BAccording to the latest rental revenue forecasts from the American…
BCRB Fall ConferenceSun Sep 16, 2018
CCA Fall Board MeetingMon Nov 26, 2018
bauma 2019Mon Apr 08, 2019