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Bucket Truck Online Training

(9 customer reviews)

$79.00

Bucket truck online training, designed by trainers with 15+ years of onsite training experience. The estimated time for this training is 120 - 150 min. Covers these groups and types of MEWPs: (B1).

  • OSHA Compliant: OSHA compliant courses that are yearly reviewed & updated to meet the latest standards.
  • Instant Access: After purchasing, have immediate access to the online course.
  • Printable Certificates: Upon completion, trainees will receive a printable certificate and OSHA wallet card.
  • For Businesses: We offer onsite trainings, company accounts and bulk discounts

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Description

What's in the Bucket Truck Course?

Our Bucket Truck Safety Training course is regulation compliant, and our online version fulfills classroom training requirements. Each class contains sections on anatomy, rigging, stability, operations, hazards, and more. This presentation includes intermittent practice quiz questions to prepare for the final written exam included with the course. In addition to the written exam, this course also includes a checklist for employers to use when administering a practical exam as required.

Estimated Training Length: Because everyone learns and progresses at different speeds, the amount of time you spend taking this training will vary. However, the estimated time for this training is 120 - 150 min.

Intended Audience:

  • Employees
  • Supervisors
  • Managers
  • Employers

OSHA Standards: This course meets the following OSHA standards:

  • 29 CFR, Subpart F – Powered Platforms, Manlifts, and Vehicle Mounted Work Platforms
  • 29 CFR 1926, Subpart L – Scaffolds
  • ANSI A92.2-2001 – For Vehicle Mounted Elevating and Rotating Aerial Devices (Bucket Trucks)
  • ANSI A92.3-2006 – For Manually Propelled Elevating Aerial Platforms
  • ANSI A92.5-2006 – For Boom-Supported Elevating Aerial Platforms
  • ANSI A92.6-1999 – For Self-Propelled Elevating Work Platforms (Scissor Lifts)


Why Take Our Online Bucket Truck Training? Covers these groups and types of MEWPs: (B1)

Our online training course provides a substantial, thorough, and effective way to learn how to work safely. We’ve been providing industry-specific safety training solutions for individuals, safety managers, and business owners for over 15 years.

The online course meets the classroom requirement for occupational safety training. It also includes a proficiency checklist that employers can use to perform a practical evaluation, in accordance with standards and regulations.

We have fine-tuned this training to provide you with the best experience possible. Our robust training approach gives an interactive experience that helps learners retain information and apply it on the job site, preventing costly accidents and fines. Safety training is an investment. That is why hundreds of companies and individuals all over the world trust the Hard Hat Training Series for their online training needs.

Why Buy Our Bucket Truck Training?

  • Complete Training: Our goal is to keep you safe and save you money. Train using a program that helps you retain what is learned so that it is put into practice on job sites.
  • Cost-Effective: Hiring a trainer to come on site can be expensive. That is why we developed our online curriculum to lower costs while still providing a professional training experience. (Check out our bulk pricing tiers below!)
  • Records Tracking System: We offer an easy to use management system. If you have multiple students who are receiving the training you can have access to all records, certificates, observation guides and more! (Contact us if you would like us to quickly create a company account for you)
  • Train Your Way: You can use this online training program for new hire training, refresher training or to train remotely. Access it from anywhere and work on your schedule.
  • Interactive Learning: Special reminders and quiz questions throughout the course prep students for the final exam so that it is passed the first time.
  • Corporate License: Do you want to host this course on your own server? Contact us about obtaining broadcasting rights for this and any of our other online courses.

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Bucket Truck Safety Training

What is a Bucket Truck?

A work vehicle with an aerial lift attached is called a bucket truck. They are made to lift people securely into the air so they can undertake tasks that are difficult or unsafe to complete even with a ladder.

Originally introduced in the 1900s, bucket trucks were called "cherry-pickers" because they were widely used for harvesting. When compared to other agricultural workers, compensation claims by orchard workers have historically been higher, with the majority of injuries involving falls.

Mobile Elevated Work Platform (MEWP) vehicles like bucket trucks drastically reduce the likelihood of accidents while boosting productivity. It was only a matter of time until other industries, including mining, utilities, forestry, and construction, realized how important bucket trucks were to their work.

The design of the original bucket trucks has advanced since the 1900s and is always improving. Today, they are being specifically developed for particular tasks, providing improved features, usability, fuel efficiency, and safety.

You can usually spot bucket trucks on highways, suburban side streets, and rural backroads. Bucket trucks are used for a variety of jobs. Despite the fact that most people prefer to think of them as utilitarian vehicles used for work on electricity poles. They are usually used for lifting personnel and supplies during small rigging tasks, tree pruning, and power line repair. However, they may also be employed in other situations, such as building maintenance, sign installation, and inspections of railroad and highway bridges.

Here are a few applications for the typical bucket truck, some of which are anything from typical.

Bucket Trucks Applications

Telephone Lines and Electrical Maintenance

Telephone and electrical maintenance are probably the most obvious uses for a bucket truck. Workers are elevated while being shielded from potentially dangerous high-voltage cables by special insulated bucket trucks.

Picking Fruit

Still holding onto their original purpose, some bucket trucks are used to reach the topmost branches of orchard trees. Not just used to pick cherries anymore, bucket trucks are still frequently employed to collect fruit in orchards. Everything from Florida oranges to Washington apples are harvested with bucket trucks.

Cleaning Windows

A large bucket truck's boom may stretch for at least 60 feet. With so much reach, window washers can access the exterior windows of medium-sized office buildings to heights where using a ladder would be too risky or impossible.

Construction Work

Since bucket trucks are so adaptable, they allow for lifting supplies and other items up to workers at the top of construction sites. They can also be used as portable work platforms to position workers along the edges of tall structures for a range of building or finishing jobs. They can be incredibly useful on a building site because of their variable reach and capacity to be swiftly moved.

Rescuing Animal

You've probably heard of firefighters rescuing cats stuck in trees. It's likely that bucket trucks were used to save these crazy kittens. Over the years, there have been many news reports of firefighters and construction personnel using bucket trucks to rescue wounded birds entangled in fishing lines from trees and light poles.

Fire Rescue

Speaking of firefighters, they can access tall buildings to put out fires thanks to specially built bucket trucks. They are even used to save people from burning buildings.

Tree Maintenance and Trimming

To reach the topmost branches of trees for normal maintenance, arborists use bucket trucks. With the help of bucket trucks, branches are pruned away from power wires, rooftops, and road signs. Special insulated bucket trucks are used while pruning branches close to power lines to protect employees from dangerous high-voltage cables.

Painting

With bucket trucks, it is possible to access heights that are risky or perhaps impossible to access with a ladder. Painters can safely paint the exterior of five-story buildings using a bucket truck.

Holiday Light Installation

For the holidays, bucket trucks assist in decorating communities, governmental structures, and individual homes. They make it simple to install Christmas lights on rooftops. Bucket trucks are helpful to have around during the holidays and may also be used to place Christmas lights on street lighting and trim the tallest trees.

Bucket trucks are multipurpose utilitarian vehicles. However, to use this sophisticated equipment securely, users should have the appropriate training. So, be sure to conduct your homework, educate yourself, and use a certified bucket truck operator before you buy or rent a bucket truck for any of the aforementioned uses.

What Kind of Work Can You Do with a Bucket Truck?

A bucket truck is required for any number of tasks that involve workers fixing, taking out, or installing something that is off the ground. A bucket truck is really just a utility vehicle with a hydraulic pole (boom) and a man-carrying bucket attached to it. As the boom raises him to a safe working height where he can easily use his equipment, the bucket assists to keep the worker secure.

Bucket trucks have long been used to carry out standard aerial jobs in industries including communications, utility, signs, forestry, and construction, and they are now even more prevalent. This is a result of stricter Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) laws that forbid using ladders and scaffoldings for a variety of off-the-ground jobs that might be dangerous.

According to market research, the worldwide bucket truck industry will grow to a $1.5 billion valuation. Bucket truck manufacturers are raising the bar on the features of their products in response to rising global demands. As a result, advancements in fuel-saving technology become more effective, while safety, aerodynamics, and operational technology all improve.

Our Safety Training

When using a bucket truck, you must steer clear of dangers while lifting people and their gear to large heights safely. Even while you might feel comfortable working inside a bucket, if you don't take the necessary precautions, you will still get injured and maybe even die.

It's the operator who really sets the tone for safety. Everything you need to know is covered in our Bucket Truck Safety training, ensuring the safety of both you and your coworkers. We will discuss the significance of your own physical and emotional health as a result. You expose yourself to a wide range of risks if you don't take care of your health; you can't afford to zone out when operating a bucket truck.

Before using the machine, you must undergo training and testing if you intend to drive a bucket truck. This guarantees that you are aware of workplace safety precautions. Knowing your machine throughout operations is essential. You need to be informed of the capabilities and limitations of your bucket truck before you start your day. From the moment you mount the machine until you dismount for the day, we'll go over general machine safety.

With the help of our Hard Hat Training course, you will gain knowledge of the anatomy of a bucket truck as well as the many risks that they pose, including falls, tip overs, and structural failures. The training also goes over the recommended maintenance and inspection procedures for vehicle-mounted aerial lifts. Additionally, our training will guarantee that you adhere to OSHA regulations.

What does OSHA Say about Bucket Truck Safety Training?

OSHA mandates bucket truck training, a bucket truck written test, and a practical bucket truck evaluation regardless of how long you've been employed. Additionally, OSHA requires that every type of bucket truck operator complete bucket truck training.

Operating a bucket truck is considerably more comparable from truck to truck than, for example, operating a scissor lift vs an aerial boom lift. Drivers must be properly certified for each type of bucket truck, even though OSHA does not mandate certification for every manufacturer of bucket trucks.

Bucket Truck Certification and Necessary Training

Owners and operators of bucket trucks must keep up with evolving legal requirements and licensing requirements in addition to their everyday job obligations. The most frequently asked concerns about the conditions needed to lawfully drive a bucket truck are addressed below.

For truck drivers, independent contractors, and even bus drivers, a commercial driver's license (CDL) is required. The weight of the vehicle is what determines the CDL requirements. To operate a vehicle with a gross weight greater than 26,000 lbs, the driver must have a CDL. So, it will be acceptable to operate bucket trucks or digger derricks that weigh less than 26,000 lbs without a commercial driver's license.

Your Personal Safety

Check your truck's capabilities and limitations before performing any rigging activities. If the machine can't be rigged or if the weight of what you're lifting is too much for it, choose a different one. Finally, it is crucial that every member of the team has received training and is aware of the established safety or rescue plan.

Inform an OSHA officer right away if your employer does not currently have a safety or rescue plan. There should always be a plan in place for emergencies and accidents at every workplace. A safety plan should consist of what to do in case of injury, accidents, equipment or machine failures, and other workplace dangers.

Despite the fact that a bucket truck is quite heavy and seems stable when in operation, there are many things that might make the machine unstable and cause it to tip over or roll. To calculate balance, force, leverage, and other variables, you might use a variety of equations. The truck will tip over if there is too much weight on one side of it.

You should be aware of your truck's limitations, especially any load capacities. Exceeding a mobile equipment's capabilities is a common cause of accidents. You might not be able to control all the stability aspects. However, you can prepare for these changing circumstances.

Always check the weather forecast for any weather-related conditions that might make operations hazardous. You should always assess the landscape before using any equipment. On soft ground, you should also consider using outriggers and outrigger pads.

Inspect Your Machine

It's crucial to thoroughly inspect your machine before beginning your workday. These inspections are divided into key-on and key-off checks by a lot of manufacturers' and operators' manuals. Always read the operator's manual before driving your bucket truck. It has vital details for running your equipment correctly, such as operation directions, load capacities, and maintenance recommendations. The owner's manual must always be in the truck; if it is missing or not visible, replace it immediately.

Wear personal protective equipment (PPE) before inspecting your bucket truck. Typically, this consists of gloves, a hard helmet, and safety glasses. You might need to wear particular or additional PPE depending on the operation to complete the inspection.

As crucial as maintaining your machine is, if not more so, is taking care of yourself. The state of your mental, physical, and emotional health can all impact how you behave throughout procedures. You run the danger of hurting both yourself and the people around you if you don't take care of yourself.

Operating Bucket Trucks At Heights

At every workplace, preventing falls is a top priority, but there is a lot of misinformation out there. Depending on where you work, some regulations call for fall arrest equipment (body harness, lanyard, anchoring point) to be worn at a height of four feet while other places require it at a height of six or ten feet.

OSHA mandates fall protection to be worn at a height of six feet above the ground. A complete body harness and a shock-absorbing lanyard must be used to secure workers to a manufacturer-designated and load-rated anchor point.

When working on a bucket truck, be sure you are wearing the proper fall protection. Additionally, check your equipment before each use and wear your fall protection whenever you are elevated in the bucket. Take your equipment out of service if it is worn out or damaged.

In a bucket truck, you operate at heights, you must wear the appropriate fall protection. This consists of the proper lanyard and a complete body harness. Body belts are insufficient for safety in bucket trucks since they increase the risk of bodily harm in the event of a fall.

Check your fall protection for damage before putting it on. Inspect the anchor points, D-rings, lanyards, straps, and buckles for damage. Remove your fall protection gear from service and switch to alternative equipment if any components have been damaged. Always use authorized anchor points to secure your fall protection.

If your lanyard is excessively long, you still run the risk of falling and hitting the ground. Verify that all of your fall protection is secure and fits appropriately.

The importance of fall protection can never be understated, consider the experience of Henry:

Near the end of his workday, Henry was pruning a pine hedge's top from a bucket truck. An outrigger slid off the wood block and onto the soft grass, causing the truck to lean toward the driver's side. Henry was thrown from the bucket, which had been raised around 40 feet. Henry was not wearing a body belt with a lanyard attached to an anchor point on the boom or a fall protection harness. Henry was killed on impact. Unfortunately, Henry’s story is not an isolated one. The tragedy of Henry’s experience could have been avoided had he taken the time to put on his fall protection.

Aerial Lifts: The Difference Between Bucket Lifts and Bucket Trucks

Why is it important to know the difference? Is there any real difference, anyways? Both are aerial work platforms with the purpose of elevating a worker to high or difficult-to-reach regions. An electric or hydraulic lift system that lifts people into the air so they may work safely is attached to the "bucket" or aerial work platform. They differ from more permanent lifts like an elevator in that they are transportable and used for temporary access. They differ from a crane in that they usually only have a weight capacity of one or two persons and a weight limit of less than one ton.

The boom can be articulated, which has more than one jointed segment, or it may be both articulating and telescoping, allowing the operator to modify the entire length. What then distinguishes them?

Bucket Trucks

As the name implies, a bucket truck is a vehicle with an extendable, hydraulic boom and a bucket for lifting employees to high, difficult-to-reach places. As we have discussed, they are essential to many different work sectors. Unfortunately, there aren't many companies that make bucket trucks, so they can be expensive to buy. Luckily, renting them is far more economical.

Many of the fundamental services offered by bucket trucks are also those of the bucket lift. Through the extension and rotation of the boom, they give access. Since the lift is attached to a full-sized vehicle, it can often support loads weighing between 400 and 2,000 lbs. A boom truck normally cannot reach as high. Additionally, the controls for the bucket are often operated from the truck's cab, necessitating the presence of at least two people (a good idea for safety anyway).

  • Ability to lift large objects
  • No trailer is necessary

Bucket Lifts

Because they have a smaller boom, bucket lifts—also known as boom lifts —are more adaptable. Many people can also move the bucket 360 degrees while remaining still. The disadvantage is that they are typically incapable of carrying large objects and were really only intended for one person. The bucket lift's primary disadvantage is that it cannot be driven without a license and must be pulled by a trailer to the job site. Typically, there are two types available.

Bucket lifts without propulsion are often lighter. Some are towed depending on their size. Others are transported on a truck's flatbed. They fit through a typical door frame even though they frequently lack motorized lifts and must be cranked or moved by hand.

  • Easily portable
  • Can pass through a door frame
  • Lightweight

Heavy-duty tires on vehicle-mounted bucket lifts allow access to a broader range of locales. They can squeeze through foot gates or into tight spaces between buildings because of their tiny bodies. This vehicle's controls are situated inside the aerial work platform, allowing the worker to steer the lift while working without having to get on the ground.

  • A smaller body is more adaptable to various spaces.
  • Can be operated from the bucket and can access higher work surfaces

How Do You Know Which One Will Accomplish the Job?

Consider the available area, the height at which you must operate, the weight you must lift, the method of transportation, and the ease of access you require to the controls when choosing the best boom lift for your project. Any of these may be suitable for some jobs. However, you could find it challenging to park the vehicle within a building.

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When you purchase (credits) you are essentially buying seats in a virtual classroom. You may assign any employee(s) to any class(es) at any time until those (seats) have all been assigned.

Whether you are looking to save on a few guys or your whole crew, we make it affordable for everyone to get safety training. These discounts are available on all of our online trainings! Look below to see the breakdown of what you can save when you buy your course seats (credits) in bulk with Hard Hat Training.

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Group Training

Wanting to train a group of employees with just one online training? It’s easy to do!

  1. You let us know the names of the employees that need training.
  2. We set everything up and send you the group login and an invoice.
  3. We also send you the exam, answer key and a practical exam guide.
  4. You log them in and start the training, then administer the exam.
  5. Once done, let us know. We send the certificate and wallet card.

Fill out the form below and we will get it set up for you.

FAQ's

FAQ's

What does each online class cover?

Generally speaking, each course covers the following: 1. Overview of the Course/Introduction to the Equipment 2. Anatomy, including pre-shift inspections 3. Stability Principles 4. Common Hazards/Accident Profiles 5. Safe Operation 6. Rigging and Hand Signals (for crane courses only).

How long is the course?

Trainees go at their own pace, but in general each class (including the exam) takes anywhere from 2 to 2.5 hours. We recommend planning for two or more so you don’t end up rushing through the exam.

Are these courses OSHA-compliant?

Yes, all of our Hard Hat Training online courses were built and continue to be updated by our trainers and inspectors using OSHA and ANSI guidelines. But it is important to understand that by OSHA-compliant, we mean it follows to the best of our ability the best practices and safety principles put forth by OSHA. In an online format, it is not possible to cover every code for every situation or hazard across every industry. For this reason, our safety training solutions are tools to further knowledge and help employers train and/or certify their crew. But just because a course or program is OSHA-compliant it does not necessarily mean a company as a whole will be compliant or avoid citation if OSHA were to audit them. There is so much more that goes into collective company compliance with OSHA. For example, workers need to be observed applying in the field what they learned in the classroom. This observation/practical exam should be done by trainers, supervisors, or other designated competent persons. Whether you use our training kits or online courses, we provide guides to help employers do this. Other things that need to be done for ultimate compliance may include but are not limited to: addressing with your crew any gaps in the training or additional hazards or principles specific to your work situation; creating, training on, and enforcing and abiding by written safety programs (also known as plans or procedures); and performing regular inspections and risk assessments.

Are the e-learning classes up-to-date with OSHA standards?

Yes, all of our Hard Hat Training online courses are up-to-date with the latest OSHA standards. As standards change, we make changes to the courses. If you purchase any of our online courses outright, though, it will then be your responsibility to update the course in accordance with any changes to the standard.

Does this course certify or qualify me?

There is a lot of confusion among operators and even companies about what it means to be certified or qualified. Simply put, no, a course does not certify anyone, only an employer does. Or, in other words, because it is the employer’s responsibility to make sure an employee is properly trained, it is also his or her responsibility to say when the employee is “certified,” “qualified,” or “competent.” The online courses, like our training kits on CD or USB Drive or even live training via a 3rd party, is just a tool to help them in doing so.

According to OSHA, all operators of heavy equipment must receive operator training. Proper training must include a classroom portion including a written exam, as well as a practical hands-on portion/exam wherein the operator is observed operating the machine. The online course satisfies the required classroom portion of the training. Upon completion of the course and written exam, the safety administrator of the company will receive a checklist which can be used to observe the trainee on the machine. When done successfully, the administrator signs the bottom of the form. At this point, unless further training is required by your employer, you have done everything required by OSHA to be considered by your employer as “certified,” “qualified,” or “competent.”

If I pass this class and exam can I take my certification and get a job anywhere?

See “Does this course certify me?” This will depend on your employer. Remember, it is their responsibility to see that you are trained and if there is ever an accident, it is they who will have to prove to OSHA that they trained you sufficiently. Because of this, while some smaller businesses may simply accept your certificate and a copy of your test, more often than not they will require you to go through their own training program. This is their right to do so. It is their further responsibility to train you in accordance with the job, site, equipment, etc. Having said that, we have fielded many calls from potential employers who wanted to learn more about the classroom portion of the training we offered. After hearing our explanation, they accepted the online class as satisfying the classroom portion of the required training and proceeded to do their own practical.

How long is the training good for?

OSHA standards dictate that safety certification needs to be completed at least once every three years. Since no online course can provide “certification,” these courses will combine with your onsite practical training to fulfill OSHA’s requirements for up to three years. Having said that, refresher training is required sooner if an employee changes sites or jobs, is asked to operate a different type of the equipment, is involved in a near-miss or accident, or is observed operating the machine in a dangerous manner.

Will I get a certificate?

Yes, upon successful completion of the course and exam, you will have immediate electronic access to your test, a certificate, and a checklist you can use for the practical hands-on portion of the training. Simply print them off.

How many people can use this course? Can I play it for several employees at the same time?

When a course is assigned to an employee, only that employee can take the course. There are many reasons for this, but most importantly the course is designed to train that one employee per OSHA regulations. Also, there is a final written exam at the end that will be linked to the trainee assigned. OSHA requires proof of training and if multiple people were to sit in on that one course, they would not get credit for taking it.

Can I customize the classes?

Your business’s learning portal can be completely customized for your employees including colors and logo. Additionally, if you purchase our courses outright to be used on your own company LMS (learning management system), you also get the right to rebuild them and customize them to meet your own needs. If you have Adobe Captivate, which we use to build our courses, customization is even easier.

Are SCORM/Tin Can options available for use on our own company LMS?

All of our online courses are designed to be SCORM-compatible and can be easily uploaded to your company’s current SCORM-friendly LMS. You can license their use annually or purchase them outright. Licensing or purchasing them outright does not, however, give you the right to resell or distribute our courses to parties other than those whom you are training.

If we buy or license the eLearning courses for use on our own LMS, can you customize them for us?

Yes, we have done and continue to do this for clients. Pricing depends on the extent of customization requested. Please contact us for a quote.

Can I resell these trainings?

We do have resale options available. Click here to contact us regarding resale opportunities.

9 reviews for Bucket Truck Online Training

  1. Darren G.

    It’s already good

    • Safety Inc.

      Thanks so much, Darren. We are super grateful for your feedback and for your high rating of the course.

  2. Miky Nando

    very demonstrative and easy to follow

  3. Sam D.

    This course functioned very well, hopefully the issues have been resolved and things continue to flow this smoothly

    • Safety Inc.

      Thank you, Sam. I'm glad that you didn't run into any issues with this course. If there is anything else we can do for you regarding your training needs, please let us know.

  4. Jany U.

    Keep up the good work! : ) Make more comparison to other jobs that have the same or similar means of operating the machine or worksite.

    • Safety Inc.

      Jany, we really appreciate the feedback on the course. We appreciate the encouragement, and we will definitely take your feedback into account for future trainings.

  5. Francisco R.

    very helpful if trying to learn and not knowing much.

    • Safety Inc.

      Thanks, Francisco. We try to keep our training as informative as possible, so we appreciate your comments.

  6. Rod K.

    easy to understand

    • Safety Inc.

      Hello Rod,

      We are glad you liked the training! Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review. Please let us not if we can help you with any other training in the future! And thanks for choosing Hard Hat Training.

  7. Chris H.

    Course was good

  8. Jones S.

    The information was great, but there could have been more emphasis on safety.

    • Safety Inc.

      Hello Jones,

      We are glad you liked the training! Thank you for your feedback, we are continually trying to update and improve our courses as well as our service to give users the most relevant information and the best experience. Please let us know if we can help you with any other training in the future! And thanks for choosing Hard Hat Training.

  9. Ronaldo W.

    Good list of courses, Material is covered to a good extent, Site is easy to navigate

    • Safety Inc.

      Hello Ronaldo, thanks for your review! We are glad that you had a good experience with the course and that you felt it was easy to navigate! Thanks for choosing Hard Hat Training.

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How Does Online Training Work?

Each employee or individual takes the online course at their own pace. Quiz questions are included along the way to prepare for the final exam (Employers or managers may assign employees to specific safety courses). Quiz questions are included along the way to prepare for the final exam. 

Instant access to your safety certification and wallet card is granted when the online course is completed and the subsequent online exam is passed. Once the online exam is passed, administer the practical exam. We suggest correcting any mistakes and having the trainee initial the edit on the practical exam sheet. Congratulations! You have finished your online safety training course.
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