Blog | Category: Technical
The 2021 Concrete Institute of Australia's Biennial National Conference will held at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre in Western Australia from 5-8 September 2021.
NHVR is commencing a review of the current National Class 1 Special Purpose Vehicle Notice (Concrete Pumping Equipment) and has approached the Concrete Pumping Association of Australia to provide feedback where possible changes or improvements can be considered
You can view the draft and any incoming comments through The Pump Line blog after entering your Standards Hub login details. All comments are to be submitted on the Standards Hub.
The latest version of the Concrete Structures code, AS 3600, was published in 2018. It contains substantial review of existing sections as well as new sections added. Concrete Institute of Australia will be holding a seminar to discuss and review the changes and additions to the code, and how these will come into play in practice.
The following Standards Australia Drafts are currently open for public comment, closing on 31 August 2018 23:59 AEST.
The Concrete Pumping Association of Australia (CPAA) wants YOUR feedback about software that is used by the concrete pumping industry to capture business data, e.g. desktop and mobile apps for concrete pumps.
"Rapid ERP Systems® provides managers with decision-making tools that promote efficiency and will ultimately change the way you do business. Rapid ERP allows us to dispatch the largest fleet of pumps..." - Jason Mercier, A&B Concrete Pumping
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.
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.