Overhead Cranes for Marine-Duty Locations

For most marine-duty applications, the overhead crane must be equipped to withstand harsh marine conditions in a corrosive salt-water environment. This application calls for specific types of overhead lift systems that are specifically designed for marine and outdoor applications. If you’re looking for a crane you can use within five miles of salt-water, we do... Read Full Article
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Hierarchy of Hazard Control

In recent years, many advances have been made to ergonomic solutions in manufacturing facilities around the world. Oftentimes, companies will introduce ergonomic solutions to improve efficiency and productivity. But, many companies are also introducing ergonomic hazard control solutions to reduce worker’s injury risks. One important tool safety engineers and production managers use to minimize or... Read Full Article
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CMAA Changes Specifications for Overhead Crane Services

CMAA is the Crane Manufacturers Association of America, Inc., an independent trade association affiliated with the Material Handling Industry. Over the past year, the CMAA has revised Specification No. 78 titled, Standards and Guidelines for Professional Services Performed on Overhead and Traveling Cranes and Associated Hoisting Equipment. The newly revised specification has six sections including:... Read Full Article
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