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Skyjack Electric Boom lifts

Skyjack Electric Boom lifts

Aerial Lift Training
There are different work applications which rely on aerial lifts. Like for instance, construction and telecommunications are common industries. These machines are used to string wires in high ceiling buildings and in telephone poles. If you are thinking of applying for a job in one of these fields, it is more than likely that your employer would want you to complete an aerial lift safety course. There are a variety of different kinds of training programs offered. There are on the job training and classroom sessions which people can complete.

On-line Training and Videos
A common method to complete aerial lift training in a company is by a video. Many of these videos are provided by companies who are working in conjunction with OSHA or HRSDC. Their standards are usually made available by the businesses who train and employ lots of individuals on the lift equipment.

When newly hired to a company, you might have to sit on a short training session where video instruction is employed. In addition, the company may need you to be licensed through an outside agency who provides the program in a video series or on line.

Course Points
There are different important points that would be covered whether you receive a classroom training course or a training course video. For example, the first item of business will be selecting the correct lift for the job. There are many kinds of lift mechanisms and many various sizes of scissor lifts. The lift size refers to its maximum height. For example, a 20 foot scissor lift could extend up to 20 feet. Also, the hydraulic arm lifts utilizing a bucket and a boom crane could lift a person up to 40 feet. How to effectively and safely use these lifts would be provided in your training.

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