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Aerial Lift- Protect Yourself

Aerial Lift- Protect Yourself

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Published by Jafar Khan
Aerial Lift- Protect Yourself
Aerial Lift- Protect Yourself

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Published by: Jafar Khan on Feb 03, 2013
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Aerial Lifts
Aerial lifts are vehicle-mounted, boom-supportedaerial platforms, such as cherry pickers or buckettrucks, used to access utility lines and other above-ground job-sites. The major causes of fatalities arefalls, electrocutions, and collapses or tip overs.Employers must take measures to ensure the safe useof aerial lifts by their workers if they are required touse this equipment in the course of their employment.
SafeWork Practices
Make sure that workers who operate aerial lifts areproperly trained in the safe use of the equipment.Maintain and operate elevating work platformsaccording to the manufacturer’s instructions.Never override hydraulic, mechanical, or electricalsafety devices.Never move the equipment with workers in anelevated platform unless this is permitted by themanufacturer.Do not allow workers to position themselvesbetween overhead hazards, such as joists andbeams, and the rails of the basket. Movement of the lift could crush the worker(s).Maintain a minimum clearance of at least 10 feet,or 3 meters, away from the nearest energizedoverhead lines.Always treat power lines, wires and otherconductors as energized, even if they are downor appear to be insulated.Use a body harness or restraining belt with alanyard attached to the boom or basket to preventthe worker(s) from being ejected or pulled from thebasket.Set the brakes and use wheel chocks when onan incline.Use outriggers, if provided.Do not exceed the load limits of the equipment.Allow for the combined weight of the worker, toolsand materials.
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U.S. Department of Labor
www.osha.gov (800) 321-OSHA (6742)
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OccupationalSafety and HealthAdministration

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