Access Lift & Handlers - July 2020

13 July 2020

Included in this issue:

  • INTERVIEW: JEFF ROBERTS
    Jeff Roberts, president of City Rentals, speaks with Lindsey Anderson about his rich rental history and recent appointment with the California Rental Association.
  • RT SCISSORS
    Manufacturers have rolled out updated and new rough terrain scissors to align with the new ANSI A92.20 design standard. Lindsey Anderson reports on the latest product developments.
  • ALH CONFERENCE
    The fifth ALH Conference will be held virtually on Oct. 23 this year. From market forecasts to training in a Covid-19 world, ALH has created a strong, relevant program for attendees.
  • MASTS AND HOISTS
    Covid-19 has impacted every facet of construction. While the MCWP and hoist markets felt the effects, they also have remained active across North America.
  • TELEMATICS
    Telematics technology is constantly evolving, and it now offers companies more information than ever before. Euan Youdale reports.
  • SAIA SHOW PREVIEW
    The 2020 SAIA Annual Convention & Exposition is set for Sept. 14-17 in Phoenix. ALH previews the event.
  • COLUMN
    Kevin O’Shea, director of safety and training, AGF Access Group, discusses how to safely proceed to offices and jobsites as the world begins to reopen with Covid-19.
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