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Tadano takes on 27 apprentices
Crane manufacturer Tadano has taken on 27 new apprentices at two sites in Germany
Wraith joins IPAF Rental+ programme
Martin Wraith to oversee development, implementation and ongoing audit of the IPAF Rental+ standard 
How construction workers are struggling with poor mental health
Why poor mental health is such a problem in the construction industry, and what we can do to lower suicide rates
Lessons learned from aerial platform accident statistics
Lessons can be learned from IPAF’s Global Safety Report, including the importance of sharing accidents and near-miss information 
New guidance on sustainability from the European Rental Association
Free ERA report gives rental companies key performance indicators at levels from ‘starter’ to ‘best practice’
Latest IPAF Global Safety Report released
Updated format, covering 2016-2020, includes global overview and more detailed data analysis 
Q&A with Easybook Training’s VP
ALH recently sat down with Easybook Training’s Vice President to discuss all things training. Here’s what he had to say
Complying with ANSI A92 on delivery of MEWP training
The ANSI A92 suite of standards features a new key training element. IPAF’s Tony Groat breaks down the changes
United Rentals on the evolution of operator training
Baldemar Guerrero, director of United Academy, United Rentals, discusses how training has evolved
How to find the right employees for a rental business
International Rental News talks rental recruitment with Sunbelt Rentals UK’s Tracy Edwards and Sam Arnold
IPAF launches the ePAL app
The free app features the first ever digital IPAF PAL Card, operator log book and operator safety guide
Hong Kong MEWPs for Managers first
Herman Lee, from Hip Hing Construction, becomes first Hong Kong plant manager to complete IPAF course
Nationwide extends Bureau Veritas LOLER contract
Bureau Veritas will carry out inspections on UK rental company’s equipment for next five years 
Byrne Middle East PAL Card first
Rental company offers first IPAF mast climber PAL Card training in the Middle East 
IPAF calls for in-work training support
Member firms are encouraged to embrace the options for in-work training to support
Jason Anker supports E-Colour system
Working at height safety at height campaigner says the personality profiling tool can help site safety
New Toolbox Talks from IPAF
The two short presentations cover pre-check and use of personal fall-prevention equipment (PFPE)
IPAF extends assessment programme to mast climbers
The Competent Assessed Person (CAP) has been adapted to MCWPs
JLG launches on-demand virtual experience
JLG’s new ‘Access Your World’ online experience showcases productivity, safety and technology through virtual jobsites and more
IPAF launches site assessment and MEWP selection course
Course follows analysis of accident and near-miss incidents via IPAF’s global reporting project
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