Don’t Drop the Ball (or Anything Else) with Aerial Lift Safety – Smart Strategies to Prevent Falling Objects

Smart Strategies to Prevent Falling Objects

When the subject of aerial lift safety is brought up, many hazards come to mind:

– Weather

– Stability (wet or uneven terrain, etc.)

– Power lines

– Tip overs

– Trees, bridges and other overhead dangers

– And many more

Here’s another hazard you might not think about often, but is still a significant danger: objects falling from aerial lifts and scissor lifts.

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The Financial Benefits of Compliance: How Training Saves You Money

The Financial Benefits of Compliance: How Training Saves You Money

Training costs money. And it also saves you money – much more than the actual cost of instruction, evaluation, and everything else related to the safety training process.

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that all forklift operators have thorough equipment training before using any aerial lift, scissor lift, or other type of aerial work platform (AWP).

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