Heavy Lift Specialist

Richard L. Krabbendam

Aberdeen Seminar “Heavy Transport, Lifting, Shipping, Offshore & Wind Turbines” Completed

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May 182018
 

18 May 2018

This week from 14-17th of May 2018, Richard Krabbendam (Heavy Lift Specialist) presented his 4 day extensive Seminar “Heavy Transport, Lifting, Shipping, Offshore & Wind Turbines” in the Palm Court Hotel in Aberdeen to a group of 9 delegates from Panama, Germany, Finland, UK, Czech Republic and Canada.

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Kuala Lumpur Seminar completed

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Apr 262018
 

16 March 2018

The past fours days, Richard Krabbendam presented his well known extensive four day Seminar “Heavy Transport, Lifting, Shipping, Offhore & Wind Turbines” in KL.

A group of ten delegates from Serawak, Malaysia and Singapore joined the Seminar.

Next month Richard will present his last four day extensive Seminar in Aberdeen from 14-17 May 2018. This will be his last public Seminars, take this last oportunity to learn “How to Handle Heavy Lifts Safely”.

Since May 2008 he then presented  a total of 116 Seminars in 26 countries.

For more details on the coming Seminars, check HERE  and contact Alvin Yong to Register via e-mail: alvin.yong@olygen.com

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Another “InHouse” Seminar Completed

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Mar 242018
 

24 March 2018

This past week, Richard Krabbendam presented his 3 Day Seminar “Heavy Transport, Lifting, Shipping, Offshore & Wind Turbine Installation Techniques” for a group of 30 engineers and operational staff of the Belgium Dredging contractor “Jan de Nul”.

As Jan de Nul, owner of the Wind Turbine Installation Jack-up vessel “Vol Au Vent” since 4 years became quite active as EPC contractor for Wind farms, the management decided to train and educate their staff the “Basic principles of How to Handle Heavy Loads Safely”

It was a very receptive group, eager to learn and did well at the end of the 3 days in the final evaluation test.

There are still two opportunities to join Richard’s extensive 4 day Seminar. From 9-12 April 2018, he will be presenting his well known Seminar in Kuala Lumpur and finally his last public Seminar  from 14-17 May 2018 in Aberdeen.

Check out more details HERE

Do not miss this last opportunity and ask for more details by sending and e-mail to Alvin Yong: alvin.yong@olygen.com

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An “In Company” Seminar presented at Wagenborg Shipping in Delfzijl, the Netherlands

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Feb 122018
 

10 Feb. 2018

One of Richard’s last Seminars was presented this week at Wagenborg Shipping in Delfzijl.

A group of Super cargos, Captains, Chief Officers, 2nd Officers, Operations Managers and Nautical Inspectors joined the two Day Seminar, which was held at their office in Delfzijl.

Make sure you do not miss the last opportunity for the public Seminars in Dubai (12-15 March 2018), KL (9-12 April 2018) and finally the last public Seminar in Aberdeen from 14-17 May 2018.

For more details contact Alvin Young of Olygen Pte. Ltd. in Singapore, e-mail address: alvin.yong@olygen.com or check it out on http://www.heavyliftspecialist.com for more details on the program of these four Day extensive Seminars

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On the last day of the Seminar an evaluation test was held and everyone, received a Certificate depending on his score

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“InCompany” Seminar Heavy Transport, Lifting, Offshore & Wind Turbines completed at TWD in Schiedam

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Feb 122018
 

28 Jan. 2018

Last week, Richard L.Krabbendam was asked for the second time to train a group of 23 engineers of TWD (Temporary Works Design) in Schiedam.

Last time was in 2014 and due to the rapid expansion of TWD over the past years, Richard was asked to train even a larger group this time. An enthousiastic group joined the two day Seminar.

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“In Company” Seminar at Vattenfall, Hamburg completed

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Jan 212018
 

21 Jan. 2018

Last week on Wednesday and Thursday, Richard Krabbendam (The Heavy Lift Specialist) presented an “InCompany” Seminar at Vattenfall in  Hamburg.

A group of 10 participants from Germany and Denmark attended the  two Day Seminar at the Office of Vattenfall in Hamburg City Nord.

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Last Public Seminar “Heavy Transport, Lifting & Wind Turbines” presented in Delft, The Netherlands

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Nov 132017
 

11 Nov. 2017

This week on Thursday & Friday, Richard Krabbendam presented his last public Seminar in Delft, the Netherlands. With a group of 25 participants from Estonia, Denmark, USA, Netherlands, UK, Germany, Spain, Belgium and France it was a very International group and a Full House!

Although announced in September 2017 that he presented his last Seminar in KL., Malaysia, many persons requested for an other Seminar and Richard agreed to do two more Four Day Extensive Seminars: “Heavy Transport, Lifting, Shipping, Offshore & Wind Turbines” in Dubai from 12-15 March 2018 and from 9-12 April  2018 in Kuala Lumpur. More details will be announced soon.

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Dear Richard,

Good morning

 

Many thanks for your email and certificate

 

I take the opportunity to thanks and to congratulate you for the great seminar. It was a enriching and very interesting presentation

 

Kind regards, Pablo

 

Pablo Sanabria

Energy, Oil & Gas, Project Coordinator

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Last Seminar Kuala Lumpur Completed

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Sep 292017
 

29 Sept. 2017

Yesterday, Richard Krabbendam, the Heavy Lift Specialist completed his last and final four Day extensive Seminar “Heavy Transport, Lifting, Shipping, Offshore & Wind Turbines: Onshore & Offshore Installation” from 25-28 Sept. 2017

After 108 Seminars in 26 countries, he decided to stop with Seminars far away from home and slowly wind down.  In May 2008, now almost 10 years ago, he started as a pioneer in sharing his 40+ years of experience in “Heavy Transport, Lifting, Shipping & Offshore”, with whomever was interested.

It started near his home in the Netherlands with a one day Mini Seminar with 5 Chapters. In the course of time and on request of clients, the Mini Seminar was slowly developed in Two, Three and even Four Day Seminars  with as many as 14 Chapters and 587 Slides four the most extensive Seminar of Four Days.

At the age of 72,  it is about time to hand it over to younger Heavy Lift Specialists and indeed several of his old Students as well as other colleagues, are now presenting Heavy Lift Seminars.

Do not miss his last Public Two Day Seminar in Delft, the Netherlands on 9-10 Nov. 2017 right afther the World Crane & Transport Summit  (WCTS 2017) in Amsterdam.

A new Chapter12: “Wind turbines: Onshore & Offshore Installation” has replaced the Chapter: “Heavy Lift Shipping” Check for details HERE

REGISTER HERE or send an e-mail to: heavyliftspecialist@gmail.com

This week it was a selected group of students, of which one came all the way from Santiago de Chili.  The group consisted of 12 Students from Malaysia, Sabah, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Korea and Chile.

I was very honourred to have in my class for the third time Mr.Subeom Choi from Korea, who scored 88% in the evaluation test at the end of the Seminar and got his Certificate. He joined my class in Shanghai, and two times in Kuala Lumpur.

From Left to right: Mr.Abdulrahman Alomzaini from Saudi Arabia, Mr. Per Erik Wallmark from Singapore and  Mr. Subeom Choi from Korea, during the Chinese lunch which was served

The Seminar was presented in the four Star Royale Chulan Hotel in the Centre of Kuala Lumpur, by Olygen of Singapore who organized this Seminar for many times in Singapore as well as Kuala Lumpur.

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Integrated Logistics invests in Training of Staff and Operators

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Jun 302017
 

27 June 2017

The past three days a team of 28 Staff of Integrated Logistics received training by Richard L.Krabbendam, the Heavy Lift Specialist, who came to Kuwait for the third time since 2015 to built up the level of “Know How” and Experience of the Integrated Logistics Engineering as well as Operational staff.

Although it was 44 degrees Centigrade outside, the training facilities on site could be kept cool.

Integrated Logistics started its Crane rental and Transport activities only in 2006 and has since then built up a large fleet of Mobile as well as Crawler  Cranes  of well known brands like: Terex Demag, Tadano, Grove, Sennebogen and Kobelco. (over 500 Cranes, 24 Goldhofer axlelines of SPT’s and 98 Conventional Goldhofer THP axle lines)

This year Richard will complete his Seminar sessions by the last one on the 9-10th of November 2017. Since 2008 he will then have presented his well known Seminar “Heavy Transport, Lifting & Shipping” 110 times in 26 Countries all over the world.

Do not miss out on this valuable course, which will teach you the “Tips & Tricks” of “How to Handle Heavy Loads Safely”.

REGISTER HERE  for the 2 Day Seminar in Delft and take advantange of the “Early Bird” rate when registering before the 31st of August 2017.

Below a series of pictures of the Seminar in Kuwait:

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“In Company” Seminar for Bollore Logistics in Paris

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Mar 142017
 

A large group of 39 persons of the Bolore Logistics Group came together at their headquarteres in Puteaux, Paris and received a two day allround training in “Handling Heavy Lifts Safely”.

Bollore Logistics Staff from the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, Germany, Norway, Spain, Portugal and France joined together in Puteaux and during the Seminar also had a chance to exchange information with their foreign colleagues.

With a limited engineering background, all participants found it a very informative Seminar and learned a lot during this two day intensive training course.

In case you want to join one of the next Seminars/Masterclasses, register HERE for the two day Seminar from 9-10 November 2017, in Delft, the Netherlands, right after the World Crane & Transpoort Summit organized by KHL in the Krasnapolsky Hotel in Amsterdam from 7-8 Nov. 2017. For more information click HERE

Below some prictures and evalaution sheets from the Seminar in Paris for Bollore Logistics.

The auditorium in Bollrore Logistics Head quarters offered an exellent accommodation for the Seminar

After two days, the evaluation Test!

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Kadmar Group took extensive Training in Heavy Transport, Lifting & Shipping

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Feb 272017
 

Sunday 26th of Feb. 2017

This week Richard L.Krabbendam was tied up in training the Kadmar Shipping group and others in Alexandria, Egypt.
A group of 37 delegates, most of them from Kadmar Shipping and its Subsidary EGL (Egyptian Global Logistics), but also delegates from DB Schenker, Sarens, DHL, ABDEL AAL AND CO., General Authority For Road & Bridge, Panalpina and SDV joined the 2 1/2 day Seminar which took place from Thursday to Saturday at the Kadmar Head office in the centre of Alexandria.

As EGL has recently aquired a brand new set of Goldhofer Platform trailers, they decided to invest in a specialized training course focused on Heavy Transport, Lifting & Heavy Lift Shipping.

Training & education is the best way to be successful in this specialized niche market of Heavy Transport. 

Richard went through most of his Chapters of the Master Class “Heavy Transport, Lifting & Shipping”, as well as the basics of “How to Handle Heavy Lift Safely”.

It was a very enthousiastic group, with a lot of questions which were all answered and explained in detail.

Richard’s next Seminar/Masterclass will be in Delft, The Netherlands on 9+10 Nov. 2017. Take advantage of the Early Bird rate of €1,200.-/person, if registered before 31st of August 2017. Thereafter it will be € 1,400.–/delegate, excl. VAT if applicable

REGISTER HERE

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Admiral M.Hatim El Kady, Chairman of the board of the family owned Kadmar Shipping Group welcomed all delegates.

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Three Day Seminar “Heavy Transport, Lifting, Shipping & Offshore” completed in Delft

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Feb 122017
 

Last  week from 8-10 Feb. 2017, a three Day extensive Seminar “Heavy Transport, Lifting, Shipping & Offshore” was presented by Richard L.Krabbendam (Heavy Lift Specialist) in the innovation Centre “Buccaneer” in Delft, the Netherlands.

It was almost a full house with 22 delegates from Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Panama, Ghana, Zwitserland and Denmark.

The 14 Chapters that were presented triggered a lot of questions and resulted in some interesting discussions.

After 3 Days intensive training, all delegates performed an evaluation test. The group scored an average of 67% (out of 100%)

Every Delegate gets a Certificate depending on his Test Score, which is classed from Average (60-69%), Good (70-79%), Very Good (80-89%) to Outstanding Result (90-100%).

If the score is below 60%, they receive a Certificate of Completion.

The best Score with 92% was by Frederik de Haan (Junior Installation Analysis Engineer) of Jan de Nul B.V.  See below his Certificate:

If you missed this Seminar, or found it too long. Here is your chance:

On the 9th and 10th of Nov. 2017, Richard will be presenting his 2 Day Seminar “Heavy Transport, Lifting & Shipping”. This will be right after the World Crane and Transpoort Summit in Amsterdam, which will be held on 7-8 Nov. 2017.

For more details on this Conference Click HERE

Make use of the “Early Bird” Registration fee of € 1,200.–/person (valid until 31st of August 2017) for this two day course, which teaches you or your staff  the Basics of “How to Handle Heavy Lifts Safely” More details will be pubished soon on www.heavyliftspecialist.com

For an impression of the last week seminar in the Historical innovation centre “Buccaneer” check the pictures and Testimonials below:

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Video: Liebherr 420 EC-H 16 being assembled in Zeist, the Netherlands

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Dec 252016
 

Just next to my home a Liebherr 420 EC-H 16 Tower Crane was erected for the construction company Dura Vermeer.

The crane was assembled by Van der Spek from the town of Vianen, the Dutch dealer for Liebherr Tower Cranes.

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Video: Liebherr 420 EC-H 16 being assembled in Zeist, the Netherlands

 

 

Video: Liebherr 420 EC-H 16 being assembled in Zeist, the Netherlands

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Toppling of cranes was unavoidable.

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Jun 292016
 

CraneIncident16Incident report  on “Tipping of two cranes in Alphen aan den Rijn” released

This was the conclusion of the Investigation Board for Safety in the Netherlands (Onderzoeksraad voor de Veiligheid).

See below the Dutch Press release which was published today and of which a short translation is given below:

Tipping of cranes Alphen aan den Rijn unavoidable

The preparation for the installation of the new bridge deck of the Queen Juliana bridge in Alphen aan den Rijn, had serious shortcomings.  The executing contractors had underestimated the complexity of the scope of work and non of the parties involved realized, that lifting a bridge deck was risky for the environment. This appeared from the report which was published today by the “Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid “. Due to the low stability of the Lifting equipment, the tipping over was unavoidable. Even if the execution of the planned work had been done flawlessly, it could not have been avoided.

Lifting Plan incomplete and not suitable

During the preparation of this project with regard to lifting from floating pontoons, one had insufficiently taken into account a number of factors, that influence the stability, such as shifting of the CoG, when manoevring with the cranes, wind effect and bending of the crane boom. In the last version of the Lift plan, a Stability calculation failed. Neither a detailed ballast plan was made.  Both cranes were used up to their max. lifting capacity at that radius, with no margin for absorbing any deviating circumstances. The Crane rental company and the Barge owner assumed that by careful manoevring and ballasting they could safely executed the project. They approached the project as a “Routine job”, with systematically under estimating the risks involved.

Risk mitigating insufficient

The contract for the renovation of the bridge was given to a building combination existing of a Civil Contractor and Steel Contractor. The Civil contractor had a Key role and had to supervise that all risks were adequately managed. This was done insufficiently. They saw it as part of the responsibility of the Steel Contractor, who had hired in the Crane rental company and left the lifting to them. By splitting up various tasks and responsibilities, the risk management was inadequate. All parties involved trusted each other blind on their knowledge and experience and leaned on the responsibility of each other. The Steel Contractor as well as the Civil Contractor allowed to work with an unsafe lifting plan.

Safety of the environment not investigated

The execution of this complex lifting project close to a densely populated area was in the preparation of the project no reason to closely study the possible risks involved to the environment. Both cranes reached almost 40 m above the surounding houses and were positioned on free floating pontoons. The focus of the municipality was to avoid as much as possible the disturbance of the neighbouring houses. The Municipality’s task is to garantee the safety of its residents, especially when projects are executed in a densely populated area.

Recommendations

The “Onderszoeksraad voor de Veiligheid” states that it is crucial that during execution of building structures, an adequate Risk Management is needed. It is recommended to appoint one Central Party, who is responsible for Risk Management, and amongst others the safety of the surrounding area.

Below the complete Dutch Press Release.

The detailed report can be downloaded HERE

Omvallen hijskranen Alphen aan den Rijn onvermijdelijk

De voorbereiding op het plaatsen van het nieuwe brugdek van de Koningin Julianabrug in Alphen aan den Rijn, schoot ernstig tekort. De uitvoerende bedrijven onderschatten de complexiteit van de werkzaamheden en geen enkele partij realiseerde zich dat het hijsen van het brugdeel risico’s had voor de omgeving. Dit blijkt uit het vandaag gepubliceerde rapport van de Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid naar aanleiding van het omvallen van de hijskranen in Alphen aan den Rijn in de zomer van 2015. Door de lage stabiliteit van de hijsopstelling was het omvallen van de kranen onvermijdelijk. Zelfs een vlekkeloze uitvoering van de geplande werkzaamheden had dit niet kunnen voorkomen.

Tijdens het hijsen van het nieuwe brugdek vielen op 3 augustus 2015 twee hijskranen om en kwamen samen met het brugdek terecht op naastgelegen woningen en winkelpanden. De materiële schade was enorm en als bij wonder vielen er geen slachtoffers. De Onderzoeksraad is nagegaan hoe de hijsklus is voorbereid en uitgevoerd en keek daarbij ook hoe betrokken partijen invulling gaven aan hun taken en verantwoordelijkheden. Uit het onderzoek blijkt dat de hijsopstelling al bij aanvang van de werkzaamheden een te lage stabiliteit had. Toen tijdens het hijsen een van de pontons sterk begon te hellen, bezweek de kleinste kraan onder het gewicht en trok vervolgens de gehele hijsopstelling mee in zijn val.

Hijsplan incompleet en ongeschikt

In de voorbereiding van de hijswerkzaamheden vanaf het water werd de complexiteit ervan onderschat. Zo is onvoldoende stilgestaan bij het belang van stabiliteit en de werking hiervan. In het hijsplan werd geen rekening gehouden met een aantal factoren dat de stabiliteit beïnvloedt, zoals het verschuiven van het zwaartepunt door het manoeuvreren met de kranen, de wind en de doorbuiging van de mast. In de laatste versie van het hijsplan ontbrak een stabiliteitsberekening. Ook voorzag het hijsplan niet in een ballastplan voor de pontons om eventuele scheefstand tijdig te kunnen corrigeren. Verder bleek uit het hijsplan dat de kranen tot hun maximale capaciteit werden ingezet. Hierdoor was er geen ruimte om gedurende het werk afwijkende omstandigheden  op te vangen. Het kraanbedrijf en het pontonbedrijf gingen er vanuit dat door voorzichtig te werken en de pontons goed te ballasten, de werkzaamheden veilig uitgevoerd konden worden. De Onderzoeksraad constateert dat de partijen het werk benaderden als een routineklus waarbij de risico’s systematisch werden onderschat en dat het hijsplan incompleet en ongeschikt was.

Risicobeheersing schiet tekort

De opdracht voor de renovatie van de Koningin Julianabrug was gegeven aan een bouwcombinatie bestaande uit een bouwbedrijf en een staalbouwer. Het bouwbedrijf had als projectleider een spilfunctie en moest erop toezien dat alle risico’s adequaat werden beheerst. Het bouwbedrijf vulde deze verantwoordelijkheid echter onvoldoende in. Het bouwbedrijf zag het plaatsen van het brugdeel als onderdeel van de taak van de staalbouwer, die het kraanbedrijf had ingehuurd en bemoeide zich vervolgens niet met de voorbereidingen. Door deze versnippering van taken en verantwoordelijkheden schoot de risicobeheersing tekort. De partijen vertrouwden blind op elkaars kennis en ervaring en leunden op de verantwoordelijkheid van de ander. Zowel de staalbouwer als het bouwbedrijf lieten zo gebeuren dat er met een onveilige hijsopstelling werd gewerkt.

Veiligheid omgeving niet onderzocht

Dat de complexe werkzaamheden met groot materieel werden uitgevoerd in dichtbebouwd gebied, was voor geen enkele partij aanleiding om in de voorbereiding bewust stil te staan bij mogelijke risico’s voor de omgeving. De kranen staken ruim veertig meter boven de bebouwing uit en stonden op pontons in het water. Desondanks voelde geen enkele partij zich geroepen om de veiligheid van de omgeving en de potentieel ernstige gevolgen te onderzoeken en te beheersen. Bij de renovatie van de Julianabrug lag de focus van de gemeente op het voorkomen van hinder en overlast voor omwonenden. Dit terwijl de gemeente een belangrijke (overheids-)taak heeft in het waarborgen van de publieke veiligheid, zeker bij werkzaamheden in dichtbebouwd gebied. Een gemeente kan zowel als opdrachtgever en als vergunningverlener actief sturen op omgevingsveiligheid. Dat laat onverlet dat de uitvoerende partijen uiteindelijk de verantwoordelijkheid hebben om het werk veilig uit te voeren.

Aanbevelingen

De Onderzoeksraad vindt het van cruciaal belang dat er bij de realisatie van bouwwerken een adequate vorm van risicobeheersing komt. Gedurende het totale bouwtraject en door de gehele keten moeten betrokken partijen samenwerken om risico’s te identificeren en te beheersen. De Raad beveelt daarom aan om bij bouwprojecten één centrale partij aan te wijzen die de verantwoordelijkheid draagt voor risicobeheersing, waaronder omgevingsveiligheid. Verder beveelt de Raad aan om omgevingsveiligheid als gunningscriterium op te nemen in aanbestedingen van bouwwerken. Ook moet er een afwegingskader komen in het Bouwbesluit dat bepaalt onder welke omstandigheden een bouwveiligheidsplan geboden is. Voor de uitvoerende partijen beveelt de Onderzoeksraad aan om de kennis en deskundigheid te vergroten voor een veilige uitvoering van het werk en een goede invulling van de verantwoordelijkheden.

Bekijk het persbericht in pdf.

Check other posts on this incident below:

http://www.heavyliftnews.com/lifting/tipping-of-cranes-was-unavoidable-

http://www.heavyliftnews.com/news/second-effort-to-install-bridge-in-alphen-is-successful

http://www.heavyliftnews.com/news/documents-re-alphen-distaster-released-by-municipality

http://www.heavyliftnews.com/accidents/dutch-crane-mess-cleared

http://www.heavyliftnews.com/accidents/salvage-plan-mammoet-hebo-presented-and-salvage-operation-finally-on-its-way-

http://www.heavyliftnews.com/news/alphen-incident-aftermath

http://www.heavyliftnews.com/news/disaster-strikes-at-bridge-installation-in-the-netherlands

Enerpac trains staff!!

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Jun 092016
 

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This week an “In Company” Seminar “Heavy Transport, Lifting & Offshore” was presented at ENERPAC in Hengelo of the Netherlands.

A group of 16 persons attended the two day Seminar which took place on 7 and 8th of June 2016 at the Enerpac Head quarters for Hydraulic Gantries and Strandjacks.

12 Chapters were presented such as:

  1. General Introduction on Heavy Transport & Lifting Equipment,
  2. Forces, Masses and CoG’s,
  3. Hydraulic Platform Trailers,
  4. Lifting of Loads,
  5. Maintenance & Inspection,
  6. Skidding & Jacking Techniques,
  7. How to make a Project Planning,
  8. Cost Estimates,
  9. Load-outs of extreme Heavy Lifts,
  10. Safety & Risk Management,
  11. Offshore Lifting & Installation Techniques and
  12. Accidents and how to avoid them.

An enthousiastic group of Enerpac staff from the USA, Belgium and the Netherlands attended the Seminar/Masterclass, to be trained in Hydraulic Platform Trailers, SPMT’s, Cranes and other Jacking and Skidding equipment in order to improve their staff’s knowledge with regard to handling “Heavy Lifts and Safety”.

See pictures above and below:

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