As the construction season ramps up, it is important for companies to be prepared by conducting equipment training before an incident resulting in a negative outcome occurs.
Author: Kyle Paddock
THIRST FOR KNOWLEDGE! MOBILE ELEVATED WORK PLATFORMS
Join the Indiana Subcontractors (ISA) and the Coalition for Construction Safety (CCS) for a virtual Thirst For Knowledge Education Series.
Kevin Donohue with SRI will cover specific areas including design changes, the new knowledge/training requirements for Users, Operators, Occupants, and Supervisors.
ASK IF YOU CAN PRACTICE ON THE JLG 1850SJ ULTRA BOOM BOOM LIFT
Kevin Donahue, consultant for Safety Resources, Inc., was afforded the opportunity to operate the world’s largest self-propelled aerial lift!
JUST THE FACTS WITHOUT THE SNACKS - 1ST QTR
Mobile Elevated Work Platforms: The Changes you Need to Know. ANSI A92 Aerial Lift Standards have undergone significant changes in in the recent months. Please join us Wednesday, February 10th, as Kevin Donohue and Ryan Bruner focus on these changes and explain how they affect everyday use and operational aspects.
AERIAL LIFTS: WONDERFUL TOOLS FOR PERFORMING OPERATIONS AT GREAT HEIGHTS
Aerial lifts are a wonderful tool for performing operations at heights well above ground level. However, only certified individuals should operate these machines.
AERIAL LIFT SAFETY OPERATIONS
Browning Chapman workers are observed preparing for the start of their shift to utilize an aerial lift.
SAFELY OPERATING AERIAL BOOM LIFTS
Is there anything better than clear skies on a beautiful summer morning? How about looking up at those skies and observing laborers safely operating an Aerial Boom lift on a worksite?