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Image: Sam Moyer, P.E. of All Tower Crane is the most recent full program graduate of the ASME Approved Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering.

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If you are looking for some hardcore data on the crane simulator market, then you have come to the right place!




New Lift Director Requirements in NYC: What You Need to Know!

The New York Department of Buildings (DOB), has passed a rule that requires a qualified and competent Lift Director be present at construction sites when a crane or derrick is performing certain tasks. A new form (CD12) will need to be completed, signed and dated to designate the Lift Director. This form must be kept on site.  Additionally, if there is an alternate Lift Director for a period longer than two consecutive weeks, the DOB must be notified.



Dirty Words and Phrases Associated with Load Handling Activities

We hear them all the time. In meetings. On the job site. We don't even react. We continue to listen intently and take notes, but we don't always address it. They have become part of our everyday vernacular. 



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Newly revised & expanded 2nd Edition Rigging Engineering Basics is a practical guide for Lift Directors, Lift Planners, Rigging Engineers, Site Superintendents, Field Engineers, Rigging Foremen, Heavy Lift Managers, Heavy Haul Planners, Crane Operators, and Advanced Riggers. 


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