MRO Magazine

Crane & Rigging Conference makes Canadian debut in Edmonton


May 5, 2011
By PEM Magazine

The Crane & Rigging Conference (CRC) is making its Canadian debut Oct. 12 to 13 in Edmonton for a two-day educational, networking event and exhibition. Whether you work with mobile or overhead cranes, CRC Canada will provide opportunities to improve the management of crane operations before, during and after the lift.

Fleet and facilities managers, safety leaders, operators and riggers will participate in sessions that will help you:

  • apply new regulations;
  • evaluate and safely prepare the work environment;
  • hone your inspection skills;
  • manage and maintain your equipment; and
  • learn from colleagues and competitors.

Gathering crane users from British Columbia, Saskatchewan as well as the Nortwest Territories’ diamond mines, CRC Canada will address delegates preparing for major growth in the oil, gas and mining sectors over the next 10 years. MCM will partner with All Canadian Training Institute Inc. (ACTi) and KOLO Holdings Inc. to deliver the highest quality content for the local audience.

In addition to the educational sessions, this two-day exposition allows suppliers of rigging gear, training services, software products and other crane-related components and accessories to show their latest products and services.