J&R Material Handling, Inc.
J&R Material Handling, Inc.

Aerial Lift Operator Training

All employees that require Aerial Equipment training must first complete Operator safety training.

Training
The employer is responsible for arranging for the training of all authorized users of the lift through the Safety Department.  No personnel shall operate or ride on an aerial platform lift if they have not been trained. (see section IV of this policy).

The employer shall insure that aerial platform lift maintenance is performed only by personnel who are trained in aerial lift maintenance.

OSHA Regulation 1926.453

Occupational Safety & Health Administration
www.osha.gov
Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR)
Aerial lifts. - 1926.453
Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR) - Table of Contents
  • Part Number:1926
  • Part Title:Safety and Health Regulations for  
    Construction
  • Subpart:L
  • Subpart Title:Scaffolds
  • Standard Number:1926.453
  • Title:Aerial lifts.

Responsibilities
1.Risk Management and Safety Responsibilities
2.Policy

To develop an aerial platform lift policy and revise it when necessary.

1.Training

To provide for the training of operators and users of aerial platform lifts, upon requests by departments and to maintain training records.

1. Technical Support

To provide technical support to departments and employees when questions or concerns arise with regards to aerial platform lift safety.

 

 

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