Rental companies and contractors can refer to a good practice guide produced by IPAF which lists some of the key points that should be considered when managing any type of mobile elevating work platform (MEWP). The document “Management of MEWPs – Good Practice for Rental Companies and Contractors”...[more]
IPAF member companies holding construction vehicle fleets in the UK can refer to the re-launched Construction Logistics and Cycle Safety (CLOCS) website for guidance that affects their operations.
CLOCS is an industry initiative that brings the construction logistics sector together to ensure a...[more]
Following on from the success of last year, IPAF and Construction News are once again producing an IPAF Powered Access magazine for 2015. IPAF promotes the safe and effective use of powered access to more than 30,000 end users across the UK. Advertising in the IPAF Powered Access magazine 2015 is...
IPAF has published guidance on how to secure mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) when not in use.
Niftylift technical bulletin TB-0109 dated 26 June 2014 addresses cracked cylinders affecting all trailer mounted 120s.
UK-based hauliers, especially those involved in moving large booms in and around London which require movement orders, need to be aware that the Metropolitan Police has changed its abnormal load restrictions in order to reduce the impact on traffic flow in the London area.
With effect from 1 July...[more]
Have you got the right staff with core skills and competence to manage and operate mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) safely? Chris Wraith, IPAF technical & safety executive, and Martin Wraith, INATIV, posed this question at a workshop on "Managing excellence in MEWPs" at the...[more]