WHS engineer, John Crowe has been awarded the Cyril McCaully Memorial Prize by the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA).
Judged by the LEEA examination board, the award is given to the paper attaining the highest number of marks in the Lifting Equipment General Advanced Programme Assessment, which focuses on the inspection and thorough examination of lifting accessories.
Due to current covid restrictions, the ceremony took place virtually with all winners receiving their award via post. However, WHS Sales Director, Leighton Glynn was on hand to congratulate John and present him with a thank you on behalf of the company.
“It is a fantastic achievement by John, and we are proud to have him as part of our engineering team,” said Leighton. “The LEEA courses are extremely important for all engineers, and it is essential to be continuously learning and up to date with the latest guidelines.”
LEEA is established across the world as the leading trade association for all those involved in the lifting industry. The LEEA training courses focus on the inspection and thorough examination of role-specific lifting equipment to ensure all members operate to stringent technical, legal and safety standards.
WHS is a proud member of LEEA, to view all accreditations, click here.