Heavy Lift Specialist Seminar Rotterdam
Date 19 September 2018
On 1, 2 and 3 October 2018, Richard Krabbendam (Heavy Lift Specialist) and Marcel Vosse (Senior Engineer, Temporary Works Design) are organizing a Public Seminar on Heavy Lift in Rotterdam. There are still spots available.
The Heavy Lift Specialist Richard Krabbendam started organizing seminars and courses since 2008, aiming for improving safety in the Transport, Lifting, Shipping & Offshore Industry. In the training course, he transfers his profound experience and know-how to others in the industry. In the past 10 years, more than 2,700 delegates attended one of the 116 seminars in 26 countries, dealing with ‘Heavy Transport, Lifting, Shipping, Offshore and Wind Turbine’.
Upcoming public seminar
1, 2, 3 October 2018 there is a 2 or 3 days public seminar about Heavy Transport, Lifting, Shipping, Wind and Offshore in Rotterdam. Speakers are Richard Krabbendam, founder of Heavy Lift Specialist and Marcel Vosse, Senior Engineer at Temporary Works Design. The extensive course is focused on Contruction Managers, Warrantee Surveyors, Operators/Riggers, Project Engineers, Sales Engineers, Freight Forwarders, QHSE Engineers, Project Managers, Cargo Superintendents and anyone who is involved in daily movements and lifting operations of heavy loads.
Mini HLS Seminar
Last week there was a mini Heavy Lift Specialist Seminar during the IRO Members Meeting in Rotterdam. Richard’s presentation was in the form of a heavy lift quiz with multiple choice answers to be logged on the cell phones of the attendees. The multiple choice lived up to its reputation of providing wrong answers that looked to be the correct answer resulting in red faced embarrassment from some of the delegates.
The mini seminar was filmed and can be seen below:
For the Heavy Lift Specilalist Seminar program and practical information: www.heavyliftspecialist.com.
Want to register for the seminar? Please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Seminar in October
Hammock for flexible and safe monopile transport – Interview with Thijs Roethof of TWD
TWD has designed a hammock to support monopiles during transport. This innovative seafastening is suitable for monopiles with a diameter between 7 and 11 metres. In addition, it divides the forces on the tube more evenly. This allows contractors to safely transport various wind turbine monopiles with a thinner and therefore more vulnerable wall thickness. An interview with Thijs Roethof of TWD.