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Aerial Lifts Study Guide


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Aerial Lifts Study Guides are an excellent reference for providing theory review for previously qualified aerial boomlift and scissor lift operators. These workbooks are condensed versions of the original Operator Reference Manual. As the trainer leads the operators through a comprehensive review of each page of the Study Guide, they will fill in the blanks while refreshing their knowledge. Each Study Guide covers the following topics:

  • Rules & Regulations
  • Types of Aerial Lifts
  • Main Parts & Their Functions
  • Factors Affecting Capacity & Stability
  • Safe Operating Procedures
  • Parking/Shutdown
  • Fueling/Charging

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Study Guides also come as part of our Requalification Packages, which include a Requalification Notepad containing all the documentation needed to requalify 8 operators. Save 15% by ordering as a package!

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Did you know?

Employers and/or users of aerial lifts (aerial boomlifts and scissor lifts) should offer additional upgrade or refresher operator training in the following situations:

  • The operator is observed to be operating the equipment in an unsafe manner.
  • The operator causes an accident or near-miss incident.
  • An evaluation of the operator indicates that additional training is required.
  • The equipment that the operator is assigned to operate is changed and/or modified (familiarization training required).
  • The environment that the operator works in is changed and/or modified.

Even if none of the items listed above happen, an evaluation of the operator’s knowledge and skill is re­quired at regular intervals. The time interval between operator evaluations is dependent on the employers observation of the operator. However, adherence to a three year cycle would constitute diligent best practice.

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