The International Powered Access Federation will host a free safety summit April 15. A panel of speakers will cover topics such as “Thorough Examination of Potential Dangers from Overhead Crushing” and the introduction of the new Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007.
The Summit is taking place at Whittlebury Hall, in Northamptonshire U.K., a half-hour drive from London Luton Airport. Speakers include Gil Male, IPAF technical officer and former HM principal specialist inspector with the U.K. Health & Safety Executive’s Technology Unit; Roberto Cianotti, who represents the Italian government at the European Commission in Brussels; and Peter Jones, head of the U.K. group technical services with Lavendon Access Services.
To reserve free places at the Summit e-mail Jean.Harrison@ipaf.org and indicate how many places you would like.
The Summit is preceded by the annual general meeting and is followed by the 25th annual dinner for IPAF members and guests.