Canada and USA

Scissor lift training is key when it comes to workplace safety. In industries where these elevated platforms are used, training courses help educate operators on the safe and efficient use of scissor lifts. Workers need to be trained and certified on these machines before they are allowed to operate them.

What Is A Scissor Lift

A scissor lift is a type of Mobile Elevated Work Platform (MEWP) it is a platform mounted on folding supports that raise and lower workers. There are a variety of scissor lift types and styles each one with different height functions and safety controls. These types of machines are used for construction, maintenance and manufacturing, and warehouses.

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On-Site Scissor Lift Training

AI Forklift Training has one of the best on-site training available. We have a tailored approach when it comes to training your employees. Our methods cater to your unique workplace and address some of the challenges workers might face. By training your employees on the machine that they will operate every day, we can tailor the training program that best suits you.

With customized content that aligns with your company’s goals and industry requirements, onsite training ensures that employees gain the knowledge and experience for success in their roles. This approach is cost-effective and contributes to increased efficiency and productivity.

 

What AI Forklift Training Brings To The Training

  • Classroom Theory Training
  • Practical Training Assessment
  • Written Exams
  • Employee Record of Training
  • Picture I.D Card and Certificate of Completion
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Scissor Lift Compliance

AI Forklift Training follows the standards set out by CSA (Canadian Standards Association). The B354.2 standards state that all scissor lift operators must renew their scissor lift license every 3 years or sooner.

Training Course Outline
  • Introduction to Scissor Lifts
  • Scissor Lift Power Sources
  • Stability and Load Centre
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Pre-Operational Checks
  • Operational Best Practices.