(Next 1-3 Years)
of crane professionals
consider COVID their biggest short-term challenge.
Impact of COVID
Lack of Qualified Talent
While COVID is the biggest short-term challenge for the crane industry, risks pertaining to qualified talent, equipment issues, and accidents far outweigh the impact of the pandemic over the long term.
of crane professionals consider lack of qualified talent as their most serious safety concern.
of crane professionals consistently say equipment issues are their biggest safety concern.
of crane professionals cite on-the-job accidents as their main safety concern.
“Lack of qualified talent is a serious concern as this issue presents obvious safety and sustainability risks over the long term. Operating a crane requires a tremendous amount of mechanical skill and can be an incredibly rewarding and enriching career path. We need to come together as an industry to find ways to communicate this value to students and young professionals who otherwise wouldn’t pursue a career in construction.”
Jake Morin, Construction Program Executive, ProSight
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