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01 May 2008

From left: Rupert Douglas-Jones (IPAF), Mike Popovich (JLG training manager), Denny Eckstine (AWPT)

From left: Rupert Douglas-Jones (IPAF), Mike Popovich (JLG training manager), Denny Eckstine (AWPT) and Tom Hickey (JLG safety trainer).

As part of the preparations for JLG Inc in the US becoming a recognised AWPT Training Center, IPAF's international training manager Rupert Douglas Jones and AWPT's executive vice president Dennis Eckstine recently spent several days familiarising themselves with existing JLG training procedures and introducing AWPT systems. The visit concluded with the official accreditation of JLG Inc's McConnelsburg facility as an AWPT training center. JLG will now offer the AWPT training program, leading to the issue of the internationally recognised PAL Card, alongside its existing training programs.

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