Webinars

SC&RA's monthly sponsored webinars bring a variety of learning opportunities from the industry's foremost experts – representing learning opportunities for everyone in your company. Monthly topics can be specific to the industry, as well as broad business-related areas of interest. Webinars are brought to you in partnership with KHL Group, and are free to members ($50 for non-members).

How To Host a Small-Scale Lift & Move Event

Thursday, June 20th from 2:00 – 3:00 pm  ET
Speaker: Kate Landry, Owner, Deep South Crane & Rigging

Hosting a large 300-500-person careers awareness event like Lift & Move is not realistic for many companies whether it be time, financial constraints or space availability.  However, incorporating basic elements of the Lift & Move events into a field trip at your facility is achievable for any company of any size. Kate Landry, Owner, Deep South Crane & Rigging, will discuss the benefits of the small-scale Lift & Move Field Trip and share tips they’ve amassed after hosting several Field Trips. She will share timelines, schedules, sample scripts, and important reminders for safety when hosting a group of students. This is a one-hour meet-up that includes a presentation, Q&A, and roundtable discussion. 


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Turning 10! Explore 10 updates to the 3rd Edition of the Bible for Rigging Engineering & Lift Planning

Wednesday, June 26th, 2024, 2:00 pm ET
FREE for Members
Sponsor: ITI - Industrial Training International
Speakers: Todd Harding, PE, Rigging Engineering Manager for Bechtel, Program Manager for ITI Rigging Engineering Learning Programs, Jonathan Parnell, PE, Senior Vice President of Product Development for ITI

Join us to gain an advanced look at the upcoming 3rd edition of Rigging Engineering Basics from the late esteemed author, Keith Anderson. Todd Harding and Jonathan Parnell will present and discuss the Technical Advisory Group process that was utilized to aid in the update, as well as how the book helps to inform today’s Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering program by serving as a practical guide for:

  • Lift Planners and Rigging Engineers
  • Lift Directors and Site Superintendents
  • Field Engineers, Rigging Foremen, Heavy Lift Managers, and Heavy Haul Planners
  • Crane Operators and various crafts who conduct rigging activities

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