The B.C Construction Safety Alliance (BCCSA) in conjunction with the B.C Ready-Mixed Concrete Association (BCRMCA) are working towards the development of uniform safety standards for competencies in concrete pump operation and a certified testing regime in the province.
The 2014 CPAA Expo has been confirmed for Saturday 25 to Sunday 26 October 2014 at the Eastern Creek Dragway, Ferrers Road, Eastern Creek NSW 2766.
The Strategic Plan for the CPAA provides a clear pathway to unite and focus the Association with goals that aim to serve member and wider industry interests. As these projects begin to get underway it will become clear to industry stakeholders that the Association is once again open for business!
The Concrete Pumping Association of Australia has recently moved its banking from St George Bank to the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Please note the following details for all future payments.
Thank you to CPAA members for their participation in the Membership Survey distributed in late March. Your contribution has enabled the Association to evaluate and tailor both existing and future projects to specifically meet member needs.
The Concrete Institute of Australia(CIA) is now seeking abstracts for technical papers for Concrete 2015, which will be held in Melbourne, Australia from 30 August to 2 September 2015.
The Concrete Pumping Association of Australia will again hold its annual Expo Day for members, non-members and industry stakeholders in October 2014. The venue (Sydney) and date (October 2014) for Expo are currently being finalised...so watch this space!
Beth Langhauser from Midwest Ltd. Concrete Pumping Service, Rock Island, Illinois, has been elected President of the American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA). Beth shared some of her reasons for becoming involved in the Association.
Mobile and operational plant campaign: Workplace Health and Safety Queensland has announced it will continue to target mobile and operational plant use at construction worksites across the state this year in a bid to cut serious injuries and fatalities in the industry.
Australian Standards and various state Codes of Practice require that Owners and Operators are to maintain a record of all of the maintenance carried out on Concrete Pumping Equipment at regular intervals in accordance with the Code. Our Logbooks are user friendly and are suitable for all types of Concrete Pumps.