ISA Publishes Sign Structure Research

The International Sign Association has released the results of a three-year study it commissioned on single-pole sign structures. The new report enhances the understanding of sporadic failures of single-pole, high-rise sign structures that incorporate “telescoping pol...

NCCCO Approves Use of Calculators on CCO Exams

Basic electronic calculators will be permitted for use on certain CCO written exams, the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) has announced. Previously, calculators have been prohibited on all CCO natio...

NCCCO Earns Additional Accreditations

The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) announced it has been awarded accreditation by the American Standards Institute (ANSI) for two of its newest certification programs: the CCO Rigger Level II and Articulating Cr...

Ditch the Belt and Get ToolVest™

ToolPak introduces ToolVest™, which helps eliminate bulky tool belts and keeps workers safe. The vest features twenty easy-to-reach pockets (six flap and 14 quick-access pockets); four quick-release buckle adjust points;...

IPAF U.S. Convention Drew Frank Discussions

Frank discussions on what is appropriate training for aerial work platform (AWP) operators and how to keep operators safe marked the first-ever IPAF U.S. Convention held November 1-2 in Chicago. For starters, AWPT’s Gary Riley drove home the safety m...

ISA Trains 220+ Crane Operators in 2011

More than 220 sign company personnel have participated in ISA’s industry-leading mobile crane operator safety certification training program in 2011. The training program is designed to help the industry meet certification requirements from OSHA. Immediately f...

New CCO Crane Inspector Certification

On November 1, CCO Crane Inspector Certification launched a new CCO national crane inspector certification program, developed jointly by the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) and t...

OSHA Modifies Guidance on AWP Fall Protection

The US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has rescinded its January 2009 letter of interpretation #20070823-7896 on the use of shock absorbing lanyards in aerial work platforms (AWPs). The 2009 letter of interpretation had created uncertainty in th...

Talk CPSIA at 2011 SGIA Expo

Join SGIA and CPS’'s Small Business Ombudsman Neal Cohen, in a one-of-a-kind educational session that will bring to light issues that concern specialty imagers about the C...

Gemini Honored for Outstanding Safety Record

Gemini Incorporated was recently recognized for its outstanding effort to promote safety and create better work environments for employees within its plants. A manufacturer of dimensional letters, logos, and plaques for th...

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