In early May, the CPAA Hosted the 3rd Line Pump Training Course for Aussie Pumpers, to get formal training, upskill to the best industry practices and get hands on experience.
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.
In this seminar, speakers will provide information on concrete mix designing, proper pumping practices and an update on MRTS70. The presenters will explore the process of creating a concrete mix to meet specification for various applications, including trade-offs of performance vs prescriptive specification detail.
If managing the financial side of business isn’t your strong suit, the CPAA can help. Working together with trusted advisors, Banyan Co and Profit Soup, we are on a mission to identify, measure and effectively share the critical business metrics for our industry.
Concerns over workplace injury and accidents for construction workers have always been front of mind, however, an ultra-fine dust known as silica dust is quickly becoming known as the most serious danger. Whilst it is incredibly harmful and potentially life-threatening, exposure is 100% preventable. Kärcher has introduced upgraded version of its NT Tact class vacuums and is helping spread the message of the dangers of silica dust to prevent more lung-related diseases.
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Join the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) at one of their four sessions across NSW over the next couple of weeks. The free sessions will provide information on how to use the Customer module of the NHVR Portal for customers applying for permit exemptions.
The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) coordinates the access of heavy vehicles to ensure a safe, efficient and sustainable road network for the industry . Once your state has returned the permit delegations, any concrete pumps that operate under a permit arrange, and all additional access -related requirements, will be required to go through NHVR.
The Concrete Institute of Australia will be presenting a symposium in April 2019 to focus on the recently released AS 3600 code, providing up to date information on the changes, why they have occurred and the impact it will have on performance.
We are looking for feedback from our experienced concrete pumpers for the up and coming Logbook App 2019. Come and give the concept demo a try and leave your feedback in the comments. If you want to get more involved, sign up to become a beta tester!