Aerial Lift Training
Aside from the fact that OSHA requires training, it has been proven to reduce worker injuries and increase a company’s bottom line. ANSI/SAIA A92.22-2018 and A92.24-2018 have been in effect since June 1st 2020. These new standards apply to anyone who operates, supervises or occupies a boom lift, scissor lift, personnel lift, push around lift or atrium lift. OSHA rule 1910.178(l) regarding training responsibilities for operators of telehandlers has been required for years.
At ABLE Equipment Rental, we take training seriously. We have a robust in-house training program for our mechanics, drivers and yard personnel.
We make the same commitment to our customers. We offer several options for training on Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWPs) and High Reach Telehandlers. Whether you choose the online course or the classroom setting, you can be assured that your workers are being provided with the highest level of training possible.
Reduced workers injuries, increased bottom line, reasonable training plans - it’s a win win for everybody.
Reach out to us today to arrange your next training class.