What is A Vehicle-Mounted Aerial Truck?

A bucket truck or vehicle-mounted aerial truck is also referred to as a cherry picker, aerial truck, or elevated platform. This type of truck is equipped with an extendable boom with a bucket attached at the end. It is designed to lift worker’s materials and tools to great heights and is mainly used for maintenance, repairs, construction, and tree trimming. The boom of a bucket truck can be articulated or telescopic making them very flexible and reaching different heights. This type of truck can also be equipped with additional attachments such as rotating booms or jibs for even more maneuverability.

CSA Standards

CSA sets standards for all vehicle-mounted aerial lifts and AI Forklift Training adheres to these standards. The standards are set to keep employees safe while they are working at heights using a bucket truck. Companies need to make sure that all employees operating this type of truck have the required training in order to stay compliant. Employees must renew their bucket truck license every 3 years in order to comply with standards.

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On-site Vehicle-Mounted Aerial lift Training

Onsite vehicle-mounted aerial lift training is a program designed to train workers safely and efficiently in the operations of bucket trucks. Hands-on training involves having workers familiarize themselves with the operation of this type of heavy equipment. Having AI Forklift Training come to your location and train your employees will give your employees the confidence they need to be successful and safe operators.

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What We bring  For The Training
  • Classroom Theory Training
  • Practical Training
  • Written Exam
  • Record of Training
  • Certificate of Completion and Wallet Picture I.D Card

A Passing grade on the exam is 80% in order to pass this training course.

 

Course Outline
  • Introduction to Vehicle-Mounted AerialTrucks
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Vehicle-Mounted Aerial truck Components and Operation
  • Hazard Identification and Risk Management
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Fall Protection and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Load stability
  • Job Site Safety
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