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Mobile Elevating Work Platforms: Safe Use and Requirements

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Learn to correctly use a mobile elevating work platform.

23 minutes   |   SKU: 5111    |    Language(s): EN    |    Produced 2020








23 minutes

Training Objectives

Operating MEWPs safely
Identify potential hazards
Proper platform positioning
Emergency procedures

Course Overview

Mobile elevating work platforms, or MEWP's, are critical components of most maintenance and construction operations. When a worker must perform a task above ground, a platform, such as a scissor lift or boom lift is often utilized to complete the job in a safe and efficient manner. Also known as aerial work platforms, these powerful vehicles are available in many different sizes and configurations; however, all of them have one thing in common: They can be very dangerous. To better protect operators, other platform occupants and workers on the ground, the American National Standards Institute, ANSI, in conjunction with the Scaffold and Access Industrial Association, SAIA, has adopted revisions of its A92 suite of mobile elevating work platform regulations that focus on the design of these vehicles, their safe use and the training of all personnel who participate in aerial lift operations, including operators, occupants, maintenance workers and supervisors.

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