CRAC-ACLG Board of Directors has approved the new Vision, Mission and Values Statement to lead the way for the next 20 years of the Association.
During the Winter Board Meeting of the Crane Rental Association of Canada, on February 7-8, a new generation of Directors, supported by more than a dozen of past directors, put the final touch on the Vision, Mission and Values Statements of the association. This process took nearly two years of consultations with members, meetings among Directors and a survey to members to define a new direction, much different than the original plan of the founding members of the association.
“We have listened to our members and advocating on their behalf on issues affecting our industry and the safety of our industry is now a significant focus” says Mike Turnbull, Chairman of the Board. “Two working committees have already been actively pursuing changes on weights & dimensions regulations and the newest committee will advocate certification of telehandlers, both at the request of our members” concludes Turnbull.
The Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Crane Rental Association of Canada will take place in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, June 5-8, 2019. The educational content of the Conference includes a changing workforce with Millennials, the legalisation of marijuana and its impact in our industry and Indigenous engagement, topics that are extremely important to our members.
The Crane Rental Association of Canada’s members are crane rental companies, manufacturers and suppliers of cranes and equipment, and supplier of services used in the specialty crane rental business in Canada.