IMPORTANT NOTE: MAJOR Aerial Lift Operating Training Standards Go Into Effect On June 1st, 2020
The NEW ANSI (American National Standards Institute) standards A92.22-2018 & A92.24-2018 (effective June 1st, 2020) affect all operators, owners and supervisors of aerial lift booms. This is the first time in over 10 years that any changes have been made to the rules governing safety for OSHA compliant use of Aerial Lift Machines.
This means that the current OSHA standards will be OUTDATED and you MUST comply with ANSI standards or risk being cited as an owner, operator or supervisor. These new mandatory standards require an updated training and certification to provide better and safer operation and maintenance of mobile Aerial Work Platforms, now referred to as Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWP).
While other Aerial Lift Certification courses may be outdated and invalid after June 1st, 2020... you can rest assured that CertifymeOnline.net has the most recent standards covered in our trainings, giving you peace of mind for a safe and injury free workplace!
Our team of course trainers and developers have ensured 100% compliance for these new ANSI standards to deliver you the new training you need to stay OSHA compliant.
You don't have to hassle with locating a "Safety Consultant" or wasting an entire day with a rental outfit to do a simple, but misunderstood task that you can easily do yourself in less than an hour.
At CertifyMeOnline.net, we help contractors and small businesses that don't have the luxury of big training budgets certify their operators for just $75.00/employee -- the very same day."
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