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WORKPLACE

Aerial Work Platforms

Aerial work platforms are used frequently in the construction industry and for a variety of maintenance applications.  The operation of any aerial work platform is subject to certain hazards that can only be protected against by having competent workers trained in its intended use, safe operation, maintenance, and service.

Course Description:

In this course students will learn the specific details to operating an aerial work platform in a safe manner and in accordance with all laws and regulations.  There will also be a focus on proper fall protection when operating the machine.

Topics Covered:

  • Legislation and regulation of aerial work platforms
  • Types of aerial work platforms
  • Major part of an aerial work platform
  • Aerial work platform operating features
  • Capacities, capabilities, specifications of the machine
  • Inspecting an aerial working platform
  • Hazard identification and how to avoid them
  • Balancing an aerial work platform
  • Fall protection for operators
  • Operation procedures such as movement

Legislation requires that students receive a minimum 16 hours of training and we will work with you to meet that requirement in either a 1 or 2 day course.

Students are required to complete the Fall Protection course before they are able to operate an Aerial Work Platform.

For more information, contact us at (306) 757-3197 or by email.

  • "Instructor was very knowledgeable, friendly, and kept it interesting. The most useful part of the training was the hands-on practical with different machines. "

    John
    Aerial Work Platform Participant

  • "Very Satisfied with AWP course. Got hands-on experience using the machines which was helpful. "

    Josh
    Aerial Work Platform Participant

  • "Took a similar course from a different company and this was set up better and (had) better detail. Clear and wasy to understand. "

    Floyd
    Participant in AWP Train-The-Trainer

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