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Cranes & Access

Atlas
Palfinger 5 (Video)
Outrigger Pads
ALLMI Training for National Grid

National Grid, one of the world’s largest investor-owned energy companies, has opted to use the ALLMI scheme for its Crane Supervisors and Appointed Persons.

Guy Johnson, the company’s National Overhead Line Operations Manager, comments “Safety is at the core of Overhead Line operations for National Grid, and is fundamental to our systems, procedures and working practices.  Due to our high standards, and as the Association’s training programmes are synonymous with quality and industry expertise, last year we decided to put our Crane Supervisors and Appointed Persons through the ALLMI scheme.”

He continues “As a member company of the Association, this was a logical step for us as it built upon the ALLMI operator training that we already had in place within the business.”

National Grid’s uptake coincides with ALLMI reporting record training levels for its entire range of lifting team related courses.  ALLMI CEO, Tom Wakefield, comments “Companies and sites continue to actively look for personnel holding the ALLMI card and demand is stronger than ever across numerous fronts, which directly reflects the quality and credibility of the scheme.” 

He continues “ALLMI training has a unique standing in the lorry loader industry.  However, the Association never rests on its laurels, continually working hard to raise standards and engaging with industry experts to ensure the training programmes remain relevant, up to date, and the benchmark for safety and best practice.”

For information on ALLMI’s range of training courses, please click here.