On Tuesday the 17th November 2015, following the Annual General Meeting (AGM) we will be conducting a forum on the review and structure of the draft National Concrete Pumping Guidelines.
Click below to find details for CodeSafe's upcoming Free Mentoring Workshop.
CPAA Safety Bulletin - Outrigger Crushing Hazard
This safety bulletin has been published to highlight to owners and operators of concrete placing booms of the hazards and risks to workers and public being injured by opening of closing outriggers.
Under the guidance of the National Management Committee and the adopted strategic plan, the Association has been working closely with Standards Australia to develop a project proposal to re-establish a comprehensive review of AS 2550.15
Further to the recent Concrete Institute of Australia's National Conference, Concrete 2015 held in Melbourne, Victoria, our organisers have provided a link to the online library of published papers which can be found at...
On Thursday the 3rd of September at 8am Australia's first Shotcrete Certification event began. Attendees included groups from across Australia and New Zealand.
We have now secured enough places to host the first Australian Shotcrete Certification and Training event! Because of this, we have extended the booking period for a few short weeks! With only a few spots remaining until the course is full it's not too late to get on the board and become one of a handful of businesses with a shotcrete qualification in Australia!
There are only a few days until bookings close for the public to attend Australia's first Shotcrete Training & Certification event. The Concrete Pumping Association of Australia (CPAA), in partnership with the American Shotcrete Association (ASA) and American Concrete Institute (ACI), will be host the Shotcrete Training and Certification in Melbourne over the 2 days.
VicRoads launched a new online method on Monday 20 July 2015, for submitting permit applications for Class 1 oversize and/ or Over Mass Heavy Vehicles (OMHV), Special Purpose Vehicles (SPV) and agricultural
vehicles for travel within Victoria.