IPAF’s head office in the UK is closed on 30.05.2016, due to a public holiday.
Full telephone, e-mail and online system services will resume as usual the next working day.
Normal services are available from other IPAF country offices. Click here for a full list.[more]
Close to 100 people attended the IPAF Middle East Convention held on 18 May 2016 in Dubai, UAE to learn what could be done to promote the safe use of MEWPs in this growing market.
Rebecca Kelly, partner at Morgan Lewis, gave an overview of occupational health and safety legislation in the UAE. She...[more]
See Technical Bulletin TB0118 for mandatory check of Niftylift HR28 flyboom, dated 2016/05/18.
IPAF is looking for an experienced and organised Translation Project Coordinator with a can-do attitude.
Julie Smyth of Highway Plant was re-elected as Chair of the IPAF Irish Council and Paul McHugh of Euro Access was elected Vice-Chair at the meeting held at the end of April in Dublin, which saw one of the largest turnouts so far.
The Council was delighted to welcome Aisling Davis, construction...[more]
The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) is urging organisers and exhibitors at county/state fairs and local festivals not to attach banners to scissor lifts, as this could create a “sail board” effect which could destabilise the lift and cause it to turn over.Scissor lifts are a safe way...[more]
Close to 70 people attended IPAF's Yorkshire regional meeting on 5 May 2016, which was hosted by Ben Hirst, managing director of Horizon Platforms, and which was devoted to the key theme of health and safety.
The presentations started with some live theatre from Emma Currie, managing director of...[more]