Power Plant and Heavy Lifting USA

Despite a near halt in new construction of more than 30 years, US reliance on nuclear power has continued to grow and as the US now plans for two new plants to be constructed in Georgia the pressure is on to ensure safety and clean energy.

At the Power Plant and Heavy Lifting conference USA, both the heavy lifting and power industries will come together, for the first time, to address challenges such as;


The latest US health and safety regulations

What technologies are available to enhance heavy lift safety

How to co-ordinate all parties to ensure on-site safety

Find out about recent failures - and how they could have been avoided to help you improve safety in your operations

A much needed review of the demand and supply patterns for cranes

Find out how different players across the whole value chain are mitigating errors in this high risk environment, and will give you the opportunity to explore the very latest technologies to ensure heavy lifts are carried out on time and in budget.

Speaking organisations include:

National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO)
Shaw Power
Illinois Department of Transport
Acciona Wind Power and many more!

This will be a unique opportunity to meet with your peers and formulate strategies to ensure the success of your future power plant construction and maintenance projects.

Don't miss out; Register at http://www.arena-international.com/power/pplusa/register.asp using the booking reference ATEM.

In addition to that, our pre conference workshops will help you overcome the challenges of offshore lifts in a new market and put in place fail-safe processes to avoid problems in your own operations. See the agenda for more details.

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