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Crane Safety 2004
London, United Kingdom - 21 and 22 June 2004
Conference / congress

Crane Safety 2004 is a major international conference organised by the magazines Cranes Today and Hoist. The venue is once again in London, where Cranes Safety 2003 was also held.

The theme is Crane Safety: Management and Technology. The conference will be divided into sessions that address human factors, man management and operational issues, and 'break-out' workshop sessions that address technology, engineering and technical issues for specific sectors of the crane industry, such as EOT cranes.

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21 and 22 June 2004

Thistle Tower Hotel

Contact for booking / more info:
Julie Rossiter, Wilmington Publishing events manager, on tel: +44 (0) 208 269 7835,

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