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BPH Equipment crawler crane gets Zero Harm certified

One of BPH Equipment's 44 crawler cranes recently became certified as meeting Balfour Beatty Regional Civil Engineering's Zero Harm standards

One of BPH Equipment's 44 crawler cranes recently became certified as meeting Balfour Beatty Regional Civil Engineering Zero Harm standards.

The first crawler crane to be certified is an 80 tonne crane which has gone through a series of modifications carried out by the BPH Equipment team. These include installing a boom head camera, a rear view camera, a drum camera and a handrail by the cab.

The day after the certification ceremony the crane went on a low loader to London’s Blackfriars Bridge where it is being hired by Balfour Beatty Major Civil Engineering for use on a project which extends the station over the River Thames. There it joined five other BPH Equipment crawler cranes which are expected to be Zero Harm certified very soon.

Graham Booth, BPH Equipment Managing Director, commented:

"This certification provides great reassurance to our operators about health and safety and allows us to spread the message of Zero Harm to both existing and potential customers."
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