This international event is a great opportunity for industry professionals in the US and Canada to participate, have exposure and network with key personnel from manufacturers, dealers, rental companies and users from around the world.
A valid PAL Card is international proof that the cardholder has been trained to operate powered access equipment safely and effectively. PAL Cards can be issued in standard or Smart PAL Card (machine-readable) versions.
Sunstate recently became an IPAF Training Center and had several people from their training department become approved instructors for the AWPT (American Work Platform Training) operator training program.
IPAF exists to promote the safe and effective use of powered access equipment worldwide. That was the objective of its founding members and is its theme at the APEX trade show from 24 to 26 June 2014 in Amsterdam.
The IPAF Manufacturers’ Technical Committee has elected Phillip Godding, senior product safety and reliability engineer, JLG, as chairman, and Ian McGregor, product safety manager, Skyjack, as vice-chairman.
Close to 500 people from 28 countries attended the International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs) on April 3 in Windsor, UK, which saw 14 winners recognized for best practice, excellence and innovation in the industry.
IPAF is investing resources in Southeast Asia to support its rapidly growing membership in the region, where IPAF has members across China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand.