Aerial Lift Training- Operator or Train the Trainer

Overview: ANSI/SIA A92.3, A92.5, A92.6, states concerning Operator Training – “Whenever an owner directs or authorizes an employee to operate an aerial platform (loading, unloading, inspecting or any form of use) the owner shall ensure the person has been”Trained. Familiarized with the aerial platform to be operated. Made aware of the responsibilities of operators as outlined in Section 8 of this standard. 


Topics covered in the classroom: Training Conducted on all makes of aerial work platforms Leading manufacturer training materials used Workbook/daily checklists/written exams Trainers use interactive videos for increased depth of knowledge Fueling/charging covered in-depth Fall protection training Personal certificate(s) completion 

Hands on and Testing: 
Workplace inspection 
Pre-start safety inspection using checklist 
Location and use of operator manuals 
Function test using checklist Inspection and proper use of fall protection (if required) 
Review all operational and safety functions 
Practice and demonstrate mobility and lift functions of vehicle 
Show understanding of how lift/travel speeds change with height difference

Classes available every month.  
Contact us at 717-843-8891 or email: training@mascpa.org


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