Boom & Scissor Lift Video Training (AKA: Aerial Lift, MEWP)
Cost-effective and convenient boom and scissor lift training via video is hard to find? With this in mind, we built our aerial lift / MEWP training video. Years of knowledge and experience have gone into creating this training video. In other words, we've done all the research on OSHA standards so you don't have to. Equally important as this training's up-to-date standards is the fact that it is thorough and effective in teaching safety training to aerial lift operators. To clarify, this training video makes it easy for you to train and certify your workforce again and again.
We're currently offering the safety training video as a stand-alone purchase. Alternatively, you can purchase the training kit as well and save $150. Digital downloads can easily be lost in the event of computer damage, a virus, or any number of other scenarios. With this in mind, we offer a hardcopy via our aerial lift training DVD.
What comes with the Boom and Scissor Lift Video Training?
- Aerial Lift Safety Training Video and/or the Training Kit
INTRODUCTION Types of Lifts Bucket Trucks Platform Trucks Scissor Lifts Manual Power Lifts Training Standards Inspections Monthly, Yearly Inspections Load Tests ANATOMY AND COMPONENTS Lift Components and Anatomy Boom Lifts Self-Propelled Aerial Lifts Operator's Manual Visual Inspection Decals and Warning Labels Engine Compartment Battery Condition Battery Compartment Refueling Pneumatic Tires Cushion Tires Turret and Boom Fasteners Boom Slide Pads Knuckle Boom Insulated Booms Platform Hinge Scissors and Mast Lift Controls Test Each Function STABILITY PRINCIPLES Lift's Leverage Load's Leverage Outriggers Ground Pressure Extreme Conditions Failed Sensors Overloading Tip-Over SAFE OPERATIONS Planning a Lift Inspections Record Keeping COMMON HAZARDS Common Hazards Power Line Contact Accident Profile #1 When Contact Occurs Distractions Fatigue Weather: Heat and Cold Emotions/Physical Health Falls From Tip Over Accident Profile #2 On Slopes Falls Accident Profile #3 Accident Profile #4 Other Guidelines Struck, Crushed By Lift Accident Profile #5 Maintenance Related Accident Profile #6 Other Guidelines Secure Lift When Not In use Other Hazards Accident Profile #7 CONCLUSION
- Certification Exam
- Exam Answer Key
- Aerial Lift Certification Practical Checklist
Why You Need Aerial Lift Training
Even though an aerial lift license is not required in the U.S., aerial lift certification is required by OSHA. Our training and the included exams will help get you and your workers certified and compliant with OSHA standards.
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