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Elevating Safety
Sarah Webb | Editor | Rental Magazine
Mobile elevating work platform (MEWP) users vary greatly from the one-time user to the daily user. The one thing in common is the need for the MEWP user to have a safe-use program in place to ensure the operation is safe for everyone.
IPAF Member Accident Reporting Dashboard
IPAF’s updated accident reporting portal gathers specific information that can be used to help inform and update training courses and safety guidance. Analyzing this data is helping to make work at height safer.
A look at the latest in mobile elevating work platforms and where it's going in 2022.
According to IPAF’s Annual Report 2021, demand for training grew rapidly after a subdued first quarter and continued to remain strong for the rest of the year.
The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) recently launched its Women in Powered Access Initiative at the Vertikal Days 2022 event at the East of England Showground, Peterborough, United Kingdom.
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