Prolyte Campus presented by Huss

Wann: 21 February 2018 Bis 21 February 2018
Zeit: 10:00 - 17:00
Standort: Langenau, Germany
Kategorie: Events Archive

Als Highlight der Seminartage gewährt Referent Matthias Moeller (Senior Technical Consultant) den Teilnehmern Einblick in die Welt der Prolyte Bühnendachsysteme. Besucher werden über die aktuellsten Bestimmungen und Sicherheitsvorkehrungen von Fliegenden Bauten informiert.

Matthias Moeller wird dabei Fragen zur Notwendigkeit und Befestigung von Ballast, Messung der Windgeschwindigkeit, Voraussetzung eines Standsicherheitsnachweises, etc. beantworten.

Am Ende der Veranstaltung sind die Teilnehmer auf dem neuesten Stand hinsichtlich einzuhaltender Vorschriften und perfekt vorbereitet für einen reibungslosen Ablauf der bevorstehenden Outdoor-Saison.

Matthias Moeller   Matthias Moeller, Senior Technical Consultant 

Having worked for a Prolyte Distributor before joining the Prolyte team, Matthias is a true Prolyte veteran. Educated as a civil engineer, he has worked for one of the German distribution partners for over 15 years, where he has acquired profound knowledge of trussing, hoisting, rigging and staging. In his role of Technical Consultant he is a specialist for all brands of the Prolyte Group. Matthias is actively involved in the development and implementation of national and European standards and regulations in DIN, VBG, IGVW and CEN workgroups and is a returning speaker on several international events. Next to that he finds time to do the occasional training – a thing he just loves to do.


Weitere Veranstaltungen

The meeting is intended for people who work in the stage or exhibition industry lighting, sound equipment and multimedia, and especially for business owners, managers and technicians using aluminum constructions.
Provision AVL teams up with Prolyte Group to deliver a two-day training opportunity focusing on health and safety, rigging, and trussing.

I really think truss should not be sold unless the person completes this course. There is a lot of information that is very good - people don’t always realize the complexity of trussing systems. There are many things that uniformed safety officers want, that actually at the end of the day could result in creating an issue. It’s a very good course

Anthony Banks Gearhouse