Sustainability Advantage (SA) is a proud supporter of the International Stewardship Forum in Sydney 4-5 April. Note, SA Partners are eligible for $200 reduction in the registration fee.
Special purpose vehicles (SPVs) up to 40 tonnes can operate under the National Class 1 SPV Notice 2016, where larger SPVs (over 40 tonne) must apply for individual Vehicle Standards’ permits prior to registration.
Peter Dunphy, Executive Director SafeWork NSW recent wrote to the Concrete Pumping Association of Australia (CPAA) to inform our members about changes to the Work Health and Safety Regulation 2017 to create an online register that will enable employers and consumers to verify all SafeWork NSW high-risk work licence holders, asbestos and demolition licence holders, and general construction induction training card holders.
Chris Turner, State Inspector with SafeWork NSW updated the Concrete Pumping Association of Australia recently about impending plant item registration changes with effect from the 1 January 2018. SafeWork NSW invited to CPAA to advise its members of these impending changes.
The CPAA has produced a quick reference guide Safety Manual E-Book that has been designed as a guide for the prevention of accidents. The Manual includes safety information for driving, operating and maintaining concrete pumps and related equipment.
Be it cost effective pipe thickness testing or more complicated inspections, failure analysis and engineering assessment, ALS’ Integrity and Reliability team have you covered, nationally.
Attached is the SafeWork NSW, Draft Position Paper on short legging for concrete delivery booms. It’s a very topical issue and one the Standards Australia Committee ME091 is currently attempting to address nationally.
If you have recently purchased a reducer that has shown signs of failure, cracking or breaking let us know in the short 30-second form.
Join the ASA Team for unique networking and learning opportunities at the 3-day 20th Anniversary event!