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Able Safety Consulting - Aerial Work Platforms / Aerial Lifts Training

Aerial Work Platforms / Aerial Lift Training

Our Aerial work platform and aerial lift training course will demonstrate the functionality and potential hazards of working on an aerial work platform. The purpose of this training is to maximize safety for AWP operators and surrounding personnel. 

An aerial lift is defined as any vehicle-mounted device used to elevate personnel. Aerial lifts are aerial ladders, extendable boom platforms, articulating boom platforms, and vertical towers. Each year, many workers are injured or killed due to in proper use of these machines. Completing this course can help to minimize potential hazards and prepare you to work safely while operating an aerial lift.






  1. 100% attendance for the Aerial work platform / aerial lift training
  2. Completion of Continuing Education and Training Registration Form
  3. Active participation in all class exercises (determined by course instructor)
  4. Completion of required pre-and post-quiz assessment
  5. As applicable, achievement of minimum passing score on required end-of-course examination
  6. Participation and submittal of end-of-course evaluation form (must provide name on form to receive credit)



Upon completion of this aerial work platform / aerial lift training , the student will be able to: 

  1. Understand aerial work platform hazards
  2. Describe Aerial work platform requirements
  3. Demonstrate how to perform different types of safety inspections on AWPs
  4. Understand the basic principles and regulations required by OSHA

What you need:

  • Computer, Tablet or smartphone


What you get:

  • Aerial Work Platform / Aerial Lift Online Course (certificate upon completion)

Course Content

Aerial Lift Safety Training
Learning Objectives
Aerial Lifts can be hazardous
Accident Prevention Recommendations
Aerial Lift Requirements
Inspection Requirements
Frequent Inspection Requirements
Frequent Inspection Requirements II
Frequent Inspection Requirements III
Frequent Inspection Records
Periodic Inspection Requirements
Periodic Inspection Requirements II
Periodic Inspection Requirements III
Periodic Inspection Requirements IV
Periodic Inspection Requirements V
Periodic Inspection Records
Maintenance Requirements
Aerial Lift Modifications
Pre-Start Inspection
Weather Conditions
Work Area Hazard Survey
Protection from falling objects
Moving aerial lifts
Vehicle Stability
Working Requirements
Working Requirements II
Things to Know
Aerial Lift Operator Safety
General Industry and Construction Standards
Fall Protection
Confined Space
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Stairways and Ladders
Fire Extinguishers
Accident-Prevention Signs and Tags
Eye Washes
Aerial Work Platform Safety
Aerial Lift Deaths
Aerial Lifts : Falls
Aerial Lifts : Tip-overs
Operator Training
Qualified Person
Before Operating a Lift
Aerial Lifts
Aerial Lifts ii
Aerial Lifts Do List
Aerial Lifts : Inspect the following daily
Fall Protection
Preventing Tip-Over
Preventing Tip-Over : Positioning of lifts
Aerial Baskets
Aerial Baskets ii
Fall Protection
Preventing Electrocutions
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