Bridget Cox, a Contract Project Manager with J. R. Clancy, Inc., has passed the exam in the Entertainment Technician Certification Program (ETCP) for Theatre Rigging. Cox is now an ETCP-certified rigging professional.
The certification indicates proficiency in the use of counterweight, mechanical, and hydraulic systems installed in theatres. ETCP riggers also understand the health and safety issues involved in the use of theatre rigging, as well as Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) requirements for the use, maintenance and inspection of rigging.
Formerly the assistant technical director for the New York City Opera, Cox joined the Clancy staff in 2008. She now oversees the in-house completion of large contract projects, spending the bulk of her time at customer sites.
J. R. Clancy designs and manufactures automated theatrical hoists and control systems, manual rigging equipment, acoustic canopies, and custom stage machinery for theatres, concert halls, and performing arts centers around the world. More information is available at (800) 836-1885 or www.jrclancy.com.