ASME B.30 changes business

By Alex Dahm06 January 2014

Peter Juhren

Peter Juhren

Changes to the ASME B30.3 2012 standard for tower cranes will affect your business. An SC&RA webinar presented by Peter Juhren, corporate service manager at tower crane specialist Morrow Equipment in the USA, will detail the impact of the changes to the ASME standard.

The tower crane industry is in constant evolution, incorporating new technology and best practice, said webinar organiser SC&RA. ASME released the latest volume of the B30.3 tower crane standard in 2012. Changes include additions to erecting, dismantling, and climbing. In the SC&RA webinar on 15 January at noon US Eastern Standard Time, Peter Juhren will cover each change in detail and explain how the new safety standard will alter project plans and overall business systems. Juhren will also cover wind zone regions across the United States that are addressed in the ASME standard.

The webinar is free for any employee at an SC&RA member company or US$ 49 for non-members. For more information see:

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