IAPAs call for Covid-19 community videos

By Euan Youdale19 January 2021

Access equipment-related companies are being invited to make short videos, or send in pictures, showing how they have helped their communities during the Covid-19 pandemic, for inclusion in the IPAF Summit and IAPA awards. 

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The invitation is open to all IPAF members, whether they are manufacturers, rental companies, training centres or otherwise. An edited compilation of their videos and images will be showcased at the joint International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs) and IPAF Summit, which takes place online on 18 March this year.

The full versions of the videos will be available to view via the IPAF and Access International websites following the event. 

During these challenging times, caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, many companies have stepped up to help their local community, employees and families, and to raise money for charities.

The IPAF Summit and IAPAs would like to recognise these acts of kindness, therefore event organisers IPAF and Access International are welcoming IPAF member companies to send in videos, up to two minutes in length, and photographs of any positive community contributions they have made throughout the pandemic.

The deadline is 12 February 2021. 

Please add your company’s videos and images, along with a description of the activity, to the following folder: https://ipaforg.wetransfer.com/

If you have any questions, please contact Euan Youdale, editor Access International: euan.youdale@khl.com

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