If you are working at height on an aerial lift, you may be required to use fall protection equipment to prevent you from falling. The specific type of fall protection that is required will depend on the height of the lift and the type of work you are doing. For example, if you are working at a height of 2 meters or more, you may be required to use a personal fall arrest system, which consists of :
- a full-body harness,
- a lanyard,
- a anchor point.
You may also be required to use guardrails (quick reminder that all Klubb aerial work platforms are designed with guardrails) or other protective barriers to prevent falls. It's important to follow all applicable safety regulations and use the appropriate fall protection equipment when working on an aerial lift.
Are different training modules available for various types of aerial platforms?
Yes, aerial platform training programs offer various modules tailored to the type of Aerial Work Platform (AWP) your employees will use. Although these training programs may seem similar, they distinguish themselves from others in specific aspects. Let’s take a closer look.
What safety procedures are emphasized during aerial platform training ?
Aerial platform training is required for ensuring the proper use of AWP by your employees. During an AWP training they will learn more about safety procedures than how to use an AWP. These safety procedures emphasized during AWP training, like the IPAF training are listed below...