The Hoist Manufacturers Institute (HMI) members are the Industry’s leading suppliers of hoisting equipment including hand chain hoists, ratchet lever hoists, trolleys, air chain hoist, air wire rope hoists, electric chain hoists, and electric wire manufacturing and distribution sector.
HMI operates through committees with programs and policies reviewed and adopted by the membership with representation from each member company. Its many activities include an active engineering committee. HMI is represented on a number of standards developing committees and actively supports the development and certification of safety standards by the ANSI consensus method.
To deliver exceptional value to members and industry associates by advocating safety, and providing education and market intelligence for the hoist industry.
HMI is recognized as the leading authority and the principal resource in the hoist industry.
What is the value of membership in the Hoist Manufacturers Institute (HMI)?
Participation in HMI can increase your business levels, increase your exposure in the marketplace, develop your employees, help your corporate decision-making, increase safe usage of your products, and position you as one of the leaders in the hoist industry.
|Safe + Sound Week|
A nationwide event to raise awareness and understanding of the value of safety and health programs that include management leadership, worker participation, and a systematic approach to finding and fixing hazards in workplaces.
|OSHA's Fall Prevention Campaign|
Since 2012, OSHA has partnered with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA) - Construction Sector on the Fall Prevention Campaign to raise awareness among workers and employers about common fall hazards in construction, and how falls from ladders, scaffolds and roofs can be prevented.
Peter Pranata, State University at Buffalo
The Hoist Manufacturers Institute/Monorail Manufacturers Association Honor Scholarship has been awarded to Peter Pranata, a Master’s Industrial Engineering student at the State University at Buffalo for the 2019/2020 academic year.
Peter previously worked as a Supply Chain Intern at Nissan, and he plans to intern this summer at Dyson. His role at Dyson will be to manage inventory levels and produce forecasts to balance manufacturing requirements and customer requirements which has been an ongoing challenge at Dyson. Peter plans to enter the material handling workforce after graduation.
R&M Material Handling
Acco Material Handling