Tag: Crane Manufacturers Association of America

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New Overhead Lifting Best Practices Guide To Be Released

Between them, the members of MHI’s Overhead Alliance — which includes the Crane Manufacturers Association of America (CMAA), the Hoist Manufacturers Institute (HMI), and the Monorail Manufacturers Association (MMA) — have answered thousands of questions and published approximately 100 documents ...
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Webinar Explores Best Practices In The Safe Operation Of Below-The-Hook ...

The last of four sessions featured in the fourth annual Overhead Lifting Safety Webinar Series (www.mhi.org/overheadsafety), “Best Practices for Safe Operation of Below-the-Hook Lifting Equipment,” aired on November 18. During the hour-long presentation, Scott Salisbury, General Manager at Bradley Lifting ...
SafetyTechnology

Discover The Latest Overhead Lifting Safety Innovations During Webinar

The third in a set of four sessions shared during the fourth annual Overhead Lifting Safety Webinar Series (www.mhi.org/overheadsafety), “Overhead Lifting Safety Innovations Panel Discussion,” aired on November 11. During the 45-minute presentation, four panelists discussed several new technologies available ...
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Learn Which OSHA Overhead Lifting Standards Are Most Often Cited ...

Insights from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) were the focus of the second session presented during the fourth annual Overhead Lifting Safety Webinar Series (www.mhi.org/overheadsafety). Broadcast on November 4, “OSHA Overhead Lifting Safety Review and Presentation of Upcoming ...
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Webinar Addresses Integrating Overhead Lifting Into An Operation’s Safety Program

The first presentation of the fourth annual Overhead Lifting Safety Webinar Series (www.mhi.org/overheadsafety), “Dangers From Above: Integrating Overhead Lifting into a Resilient Safety Strategy,” was broadcast on October 28. During the hour-long session, three panelists offered insights into how their ...
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Understanding Safety Signs And Overhead Lifting Equipment Hazards

As heavy industrial equipment designed and engineered to lift, transport, and maneuver large, dense loads throughout a facility, overhead handling systems — including cranes, hoists, and monorails — can pose safety hazards to operators and other personnel if they are ...
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Why Capacity Markings Are Crucial To Overhead Handling Safety

All components of an overhead handling system — including cranes, hoists, and monorails — are designed and constructed by their original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to support a maximum rated load. Typically measured in tons, the load capacity of each specific ...
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Why Key Personnel Must Know How To Disconnect An Overhead ...

With nearly all overhead cranes powered by electricity, it is imperative that personnel who operate, maintain, or work with these systems know how to cut the power in the case of emergency or maintenance need. That means they need to ...
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Learn About Overhead Safety From The Experts: Register Today For ...

To help overhead lifting equipment owners, operators, maintenance, and safety personnel ensure the safest workplace, the fourth annual Overhead Lifting Safety Webinar Series (www.mhi.org/overheadsafety) will be held this October through November, 2021. Previously presented in conjunction with MHI’s ProMat and ...
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For The Safest Operation, Ensure Overhead Crane And Hoist Operators ...

To maximize efficiency and ease of operation many cranes and hoists are designed to be operated intuitively, with wireless remote controls (utilizing radio or infrared signals to relay function instructions to the system) or wired, push-button pendants (also referred to ...