Aerial Lift Operator & Inspector (On-Site)

Aerial Lift Safety provides detailed instruction on one of industries most utilized lifting devices. With emphasis on employee safety and equipment reliability, this course addresses both safe use and operator qualifications. Course covers boom supported, scissor, and articulating aerial lift types.

This program has a compliance basis of OSHA & ASME regulations and specific state and Government agency requirements where applicable. Learn the technical aspects of Aerial Lift Safety along with hands-on skills training for your company’s equipment.

Specific Training Objectives:

  • Learn, understand, and demonstrate pre-use inspection requirements and methods.
  • Learn and demonstrate safe use and operation skills.
  • Learn and understand regulations required to be considered a competent person. .

Course Overview:

This course provides initial and refresher training for personnel who operate or manage aerial lifts. The course is designed to ensure compliance with OSHA 29CFR 1910.66 and 1910.67, ASME A92.3, A92.5, A92.6 and customer’s specific equipment requirements.

You may request a program to address a specific type of aerial lift, in which case our customized solution will focus on your exact needs and objectives

Key Training Elements:

  • Failures and accident avoidance
  • Unsafe conditions that prevent safe operation
  • Pre-use inspection requirements and methods
  • Safety procedures for operators and ground crew
  • Hands-on performance training

Course Topics Include:

  • Operational characteristics
  • Major operational components
  • Capacity considerations and limitations
  • Safety devices and required inspection
  • Manufacturers operation requirements
  • Ground conditions
  • Operating in windy conditions
  • Recognition of unsafe conditions
  • Evaluation of surrounding work area
  • Aerial device stability
  • Proper set-up
  • Pre-operational inspection
  • Supporting surface stability
  • Operating near electric power sources
  • Load indicating devices, types and inspection requirements
  • Use of outriggers and machine stability
  • Boarding and leaving the aerial device
  • Use of safety harness and lanyards
  • Ground control checks and requirements

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    Field Coaching: We will work with your operators one-on-one to help them build the skills necessary to ensure safety and job performance.

    Practical Testing: Crane Tech will test your personnel and provide a report so you can assign jobs with confidence.

    Site Specific: Crane Tech will never deliver a "canned" program to your site. Our Training Director listens carefully to learn your work requirements, your exact equipment, and training objectives. Site specific training means just that; Instruction that fits your company like a glove, and it’s where Crane Tech excels. We incorporate your policies so there are no conflicts between our instruction and your in-house efforts, and all government agency programs are tailored to your specific agency policies.

    Each of our instructors will gladly work with your management to help resolve critical issues. So training goes further than course delivery... it always extends to help you resolve issues specific to your operations.

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