Crane Rental Association of Canada is seeking an amendment to pilot project from Alberta Transportation
The Crane Rental Association of Canada
(CRAC) is hosting a webinar presentation regarding the two-year All-Terrain Cranes Pilot Project
. CRAC is currently seeking an amendment with Alberta Transportation and is hosting a webinar to demonstrate the importance of this request. The webinar will be hosted April 20 at 10:30 am.
CRAC is asking to limit the current pilot project to:
- 3, 4, and 5 axle cranes.
- Allow these cranes to operate with dollies at the permitted pilot project weights.
This will restrict larger cranes (6,7, and 8 axle) to the current legislated weight restrictions.
CRAC believes that restricting the pilot project to 3, 4, and 5 axle all-terrain cranes with dollies will focus the pilot. At the end of the pilot project, the larger 6 and 7 axle all-terrain cranes will be assessed and could be included in review of the current legislation.
The following presenters will provide in depth information and answer questions.
Register for the webinar
- Claire Bélanger-Parker, Executive Director
- Trevor Eckert, VP Sterling Crane & Chair, Boom Dolly Research Committee (BDRC)
- Mike Lavoie, Operations Manager, Myshak Crane & Rigging, BDRC member
For information, please contact Claire@crac-aclg.ca
or call 306.585.2722.
Director of External Relations & Advocacy