SC&RA Takes Active Role in Upcoming ICSA Meeting

- SC&RA will be representing U.S. crane and rigging interests at the upcoming International Crane Stakeholders Assembly (ICSA) in Amsterdam, Nov. 9. Topics on the agenda include: work on windmill erection; cranes on floating barges; rated capacity limiters (EN 13000:2010); long-boom issue/EN13000 in comparison to B30.5; use of wire ropes on mobile cranes; walking beneath spreader bars; and telematics project of AEM. The mission of ICSA is to facilitate information sharing and meaningful dialogue between crane industry stakeholders on safety, technical and regulatory issues of concern to the international crane industry and promote harmonization of international standards. Representing SC&RA will be Senior V.P. Crane & Rigging, Beth O’Quinn with member Robert Weiss, Cranes, Inc. For more information contact O’Quinn.

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