Safe loading & unloading webinar from IPAF

By Euan YoudaleJanuary 06, 2021

IPAF loading unloading IPAF will, hold its safe loading & unloading webinar on 20 January

The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) will hold a webinar focusing on its Safe Loading & Unloading Course on January 20.

The webinar, taking place at 7 a.m. (EST) is aimed at those who would like to find out more about the importance of safe equipment loading and unloading and what IPAF’s training course covers. Register here.

It will examine data from the IPAF accident reporting portal specifically in relation to loading and unloading. Viewers will learn how this data informs the content of IPAF’s recently updated Safe Loading & Unloading course to address known hazards and how to prevent them.

Presenters include Brian Parker, head of safety & technical at IPAF; Paul Roddis, IPAF’s training manager; and Martin Wraith, IPAF instructor. There will be a live Q&A session following the presentations.

The webinar will be broadcast via Zoom and will be in English, featuring simultaneous translation into four languages: Spanish, French, German and Italian. Simultaneous translation is only available when watching live, using the free Zoom desktop or mobile app. It will not be available if watched using a web browser.

A recording of the webinar will be available on IPAF’s YouTube channel after the webinar, for anyone unable to watch live.

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