Proud history in helping to raise safety standards for lifting equipment worldwide
The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) is firmly established across the globe as the leading representative body for all those involved in the lifting industry worldwide.
The Association has played a key role in this specialised field for more than 60 years.
In Australia LEEA was established two years ago and continues to grow from strength to strength.
The LEEA provides technical advice to its members as well as training programs and the development of examination and licensing systems.
The Association has set an industry benchmark for the highest health and safety standards in the lifting industry.
The LEEA offers its members:
- Training services
- Examination and licensing system
- Official industry representation
- Technical support
- Health and safety
- Standards setting
Members work in every aspect of the industry, from design, manufacture, refurbishment and repair, through to the hire, maintenance and use of lifting equipment.
The LEEA members offer many products and services, such as, cranes, fabrication, supply of slings and accessories, service and repair, inspection services and training.
The LEEA members work at the highest levels across a range of public and private bodies, including various government departments, as well as nationally and internationally recognised professional and technical institutions.
LEEA members are committed to ensuring the safety and welfare of not only their employees but also the employees of their customers.
The LEEA boasts a proud history.
Founded in 1944 as the Chain Testers’ Association of Great Britain, its name was changed to its present one in 1988 to more accurately reflect the activities of its membership worldwide.
On January 1, 2000 LEEA became a company limited by guarantee. It is now owned and financed by its members.
LEEA has 522 member companies based in 46 countries.
There are full LEEA members at 417 locations worldwide including Angola, Australia, Bahrain, Brunei, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Netherlands, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom.
The Association also has 353 associate, development and provisional members in 45 countries.
The LEEA database includes more than 10,000 practitioners who have qualified as testers and examiners through its examination and registration schemes.
LEEA are members of the CPD Certification service.
CPD member organisations have had their educational and training activities independently certified for industry-wide and pan-disciplinary CPD purposes.
CPD – Continuing Personal or Professional Development – is the term that describes a commitment to structured skills enhancement and personal or professional competence.
The CPD Certification Service helps organisations provide certified CPD and acts as a point of contact for those seeking to obtain certified CPD material.
It supports further learning initiatives being undertaken by Government, professional institutions, trade associations, individual organisations, training providers, suppliers.
For more information about the LEEA and its services visit:
www.leeaint.com and www.leea.com.au