Working At Height Conference and Awards: Registration Now Open

Working at Height Event

Set for November 19-20 in Nashville, USA, the inaugural Working at Height Conference & Awards, jointly organised by the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) and Access, Lift & Handlers (ALH) magazine, will place a spotlight on the utilisation of aerial platforms to enhance site productivity and safety.

Commencing with a networking reception on the evening of November 19, the event will unfold with the conference and an awards dinner on November 20 at Music City Centre in Nashville. Registration is now open via the following link: Working at Height Conference & Awards Registration

Who Should Attend?

The Working at Height event is tailored for:

  • Equipment rental managers & owners
  • Safety professionals in the construction industry
  • Access rental specialists
  • Safety consultants
  • MEWP OEMs & distributors

The day-long conference targets buyers and users of aerial platforms, encompassing rental companies and contractors. It will champion the safe and efficient utilisation of mobile elevating work platforms through cutting-edge industry innovations, technology, and best practices.

Looking ahead to the conference, Tony Groat, IPAF North America Regional Manager, commented, “IPAF is delighted to invite all industry stakeholders to the inaugural Working at Height Conference & Awards in Nashville this November. Jointly organised by IPAF and ALH magazine, this premier event promises to effect safety, efficiency, and innovation in the use of aerial platforms.

"Kicking off with an exciting networking evening, attendees will have the chance to connect with industry peers and leaders, setting the stage for the conference filled with insightful discussions and knowledge sharing. The conference will feature keynote speakers who are pioneers in the industry, alongside panel discussions that tackle crucial topics.

"We are excited to welcome equipment rental managers, safety experts, contractor/users and all who are dedicated to the safe operation of mobile elevating work platforms. Join us to engage, learn, and contribute to the future of aerial lift safety.”

Key Themes of Working at Height Conference

Working at Height will delve into technologies and work processes that foster safe and productive working environments, encompassing:

  • Keynote address from a prominent rental company executive
  • Addressing safety and the human factor in height work
  • Formulating emergency preparedness and rescue plans for height work
  • MEWP accident statistics: A comparative analysis of the U.S. performance
  • Panel discussion on Technology’s pivotal role in height work, featuring industry experts exploring access control technology and leveraging data for safe machine use
  • Panel discussion on Cultivating a safety culture
  • Exploration of Training and technology, spotlighting the latest advancements in e-learning (benefits and constraints) and VR/AR training
  • Guidance on Selecting the right PFPE
  • Insights into Exiting at height – ensuring compliance

For further details on awards submissions, the judging panel, speakers, and exclusive offers, visit: Working at Height Event

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