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Course Description
This course gives the trainee the operation, hazards and safeguards of ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS. Strict observance and execution of ALL procedures set forth in this course will better qualify personnel to work safely using this type of equipment.

Course Prerequisites
Four Hour course is for experienced aerial device operators and must have equivalent working knowledge.

Course Objectives
Four-hour classroom instructions will include the following:
• Capabilities of the equipment, attachments and operating requirements
   concerning the vehicle mounted an elevating and rotating work platform 
   that may be operated.
• Purpose, use and limitations of platform controls, ground controls,
   emergency controls and safety systems.
• How to make daily pre-start inspections of the vehicle controls and
   reporting of equipment defects. Four hour hands on floor instructions
   and observation of the vehicle will include the following:
• The most efficient method of checking your machine by conducting
   a “Walk-Around Inspection.”
• Operations from the ground control station.
• Manual descent valve controls.
• Proper use of a safety harness and lanyard which is to be worn always
   whether inside or outside the work platform basket.
• Practice in operating an assigned vehicle safely.
• Platform positioning and lowering when the main power system fails using auxiliary power.

Intended Audience
Employees in the material handling and skilled trade departments will make up the primary target population for this course. All hourly and salaried employees who are involved with, or who operate and maintain a vehicle mounted elevating and rotating work platforms should be included in the training program.

This is an 8-hour program for inexperienced and 4-hours for experienced. 

Student Enrollment
To ensure optimum instructor/trainee interaction, a maximum class size of 12 trainees is recommended.

Delivery Method
Course materials are presented via operation and safety handbook, stand-up lectures using a whiteboard, overhead transparencies, and handout material.
After satisfactorily completing the training program, the operator will be tested for proficiency in vehicle operation.
The plant must provide aerial equipments.

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