EDA high reach experts to review guidelines

The European Demolition Association (EDA) will hold the first meeting of its High Reach subgroup on Thursday 17 February (10.30am Brussels time).

EDA High Reach The EDA says it will update the existing high reach guidelines to meet 21st century requirements. Photo supplied by EDA

The subgroup is part of the EDA’s Equipment Working Group, and the association says it emerged from the need for a reference document for high reach demolition projects, suitable equipment and best operating techniques.

In 2010, with the help of several companies, it published the EDA High Reach Guidelines in several languages. However, as technology and business are constantly evolving, the EDA believes it is time to review this technical document, update it and enrich it with 21st century developments.

This working group for the new document will allow professionals to share knowledge, experiences, doubts and problems common to the sector.

To register for the first meeting please visit https://www.europeandemolition.org/groups/participate

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