Mobile Elevated Work Platform Training
The Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulation 851 requires lifting devices be operated by a competent operator. Competent operators must know not only how to operate the particular class of aerial lift that they will be operating, but also demonstrate skills which will prevent injuries to themselves or others in the workplace.
- On-site training at your location – Contact MidSouthWest Training and Consulting to request a quote.
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- Review of Legislated Requirements
- Hazards Associated with the Operation of Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (People, Equipment and Environment)
- Pre-use Inspection of the Equipment
- Safe Operation of Mobile Elevated Work Platforms
- The Safety Rules that Must be Followed
- The Requirements for Fall Protection Equipment
- Inspection of Fall Arrest Equipment
- Operator Evaluation on the Equipment to be Used (if available)
The course takes 4 hours to complete.
Our program includes the following types of equipment:
- Boom lifts – Buckets on the end of extendable or jointed arms. Used to reach up and over obstacles.
- Scissor lifts – Flat platforms that travel straight up and down. Used for moving multiple people; equipment or product up and down.
- Personnel lifts – Single-user, vertical travel buckets.
Practical evaluations are conducted individually. Practical evaluations are required for complete certification.
This course contains 5 technical hours and may be eligible for HRPA and/or BCRSP CPD points.
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