Aerial Lift Training

Aerial Lift Facts

Aerial Lift Facts

 

Scissor Lift

scissorlift

  • Also known as an aerial work platform, elevating work platform or mobile elevating work platform
  • Generally used for general maintenance
  • Usually capable of being set up and operated by a single person

Aerial Lift Facts:

Genie Boom

genieboom

  • Also known as a Telescopic boom
  • Perfect for areas with limited access in construction and industrial applications
  • Easy to adjust drive speed

Aerial Lift Facts:

Bucket Truck

buckettruck

  • A bucket truck is used for lifting and lowering workers to places that are too tall for ladders
  • Some are designed with a single or double arm boom
  • Can be constructed of wood, fiberglass, metal or reinforced plastic

Safety – Always!

Always….

  • Work in compliance with your provincial Occupational Health and Safety Regulations
  • Read and follow your employer’s procedures for Health and Safety
  • Read and follow any equipment Operator’s and Manufacturer’s Manual
  • Wear proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Adhere to equipment lifting capacity information and warning signs
  • Conduct pre-shift inspections, pre-start up inspections, visual inspections
  • Report the absence or defect in any equipment or protective device
  • Test all equipment functions to ensure proper working condition
  • Avoid hazardous situations, steep slopes, grades and drop offs
  • Use the equipment for what is was intended and designed for
  • Ensure you are properly trained and authorized to use the equipment

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