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IPAF training introduced to Sweden
Lipac Liftar becomes first company in Sweden accredited to deliver IPAF PAL Card operator training
OSHA guidance for virus protection
Michael Rubin, Partner at law firm Goldberg Segalla, discusses how to protect workers from Covid-19
Genie produces critical PPE
Manufacturer has designed and is producing face sheilds for a hospital close to its headquarters
Analysing MEWP accident statistics
IPAF’s enhanced Global MEWP Safety Report presents key findings from the detailed analysis of accident statistics
PASMA provides eLearning
Mobile access tower association PASMA produces online versions of its courses for those working from home
Tower cranes and the coronavirus
Advice from CPA on what to do with tower cranes left unattended for months as sites close due to coronavirus
Layher provides e-Learning
Scaffolding manufacturer offers free e-learning to industry professionals who are in isolation 
Sinoboom offers face masks
Chinese manufacturer offers face masks to the industry worldwide  
Nationwide suspends training, depots open
UK aerial platform rental company Nationwide Platforms supports emergency services and infrastructure 
JLG’s Augmented Reality App aids project planning
Allows users to place to-scale 3D equipment model in their work environment
RCB adjusts to Brazil challenges
Brazilian rental company RCB is experiencing a mixed reaction from customers concerning COVID-19
GSV reorganises for virus
Denmark-based rental company GSV has been adjusting to the coronavirus with a new way of working
IPAF cancels Innovate event
Originally set for May 5-6 in Chicago, IPAF has announced Innovate is canceled following global COVID-19 concerns
Serious Labs launches seated simulator
The Universal Motion Base (UMB) is used with heavy equipment VR simulators, including telehandlers, skid steers and excavators 
JLG showcases new products at ConExpo
Advanced technology, self-leveling boom lifts, an all-electric scissor lift and much more have been debuted
ANSI Standards’ effective date pushed to June 1
The vote comes after 10 companies and organizations filed a petition with the A92 secretariat to end the appeals process and publish the standards
Easybook Training hits U.S. milestone
More than 6,000 U.S. training courses are now available for businesses to search, compare and book online
Group files petition with SAIA to end ANSI appeals
Aerial industry stakeholders demand approval for ANSI A92 standards on March 1, 2020
Bouygues and Fein cooperate on angle grinder
Partnership to create a 125mm diameter angle grinder in line with Bouygues’ Zero Accident policy
ANSI A92 standards likely to be delayed
Four appeals have been brought forward to the Board with one appellant requesting a hearing
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