Calgary Manlift Training

Calgary Manlift Training

Calgary Manlift Training - Different manlift training courses consist of the review and content of manlift devices. An important portion of the course is the practicum where students show their knowledge and practical ability to safely operate a manlift. A requirement to Manlift training is the fall protection training, that could be incorporated in the training according to the particular needs of the customer.

Course Content
The course content consists of: the impact of doing unsafe acts or using unsafe machine, pre-shift equipment check and work area survey requirements, Review of load capacities, Lifting devise machine definitions, safety decals and specific machine requirements, Review of related sections of the CSA Standards as well as the OHSA Standards and Review site particular Dangers, along with controls for safely utilizing a lifting device.

Demonstration and Evaluation Content
The demonstration and evaluation part of the course includes: Using a spotter or a signaler when required; Proper personal protective equipment or P.P.E. as needed; using a lift only on solid and level ground; Making use of the proper fitting harness or fall arrest device; Aware of load limitations etc. and other specs set out by the manufacturer; Using the lift with all other staff clear of the job place; Having all associated machinery stored safely on the lift platform; Pre-shift work area survey and machine check; Ensuring a safe and smooth operating speed for different plant conditions and isolating off the work place when major work projects are to be done.

Each of the trainees will undergo testing to make sure that they can safely operate their machine.

Manlift Safety
Since the manlift is capable of lifting materials and personnel more than 20 feet in the air, these equipment pose a particular amount of risk and could be dangerous equipment if not operated correctly. Because the danger is so apparent, lift operators and owners are careful to properly maintain their equipment and follow proper operating procedures and safety measures. The ratio of accidents involving this particular machine is quite low.

The safety specifications for boom lifts and scissor lifts puts the burden for safe manlift operation on the user. You are responsible for understanding how to safely utilize the lift even if you just rent the equipment for a day. The most basic safety features on the machine are the operating guidebook and safety decals. These show essential information about the operating procedures, safety machinery and maintenance.

A new model of manlift will come with the necessary decals in place and operating guidebooks. The operating manual must be found on the equipment at all times. If you are purchasing a used lift, it is important to ensure that the instruction booklet is included and that vital decals haven't been painted over. The restraints that prevent operators from falling and the guardrails are other important safety features. These are mandatory and standard on all types of lifts.

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Our large number of programs should ensure that you will find the right one for you or your personnel. Additionally, we offer you two options for training. We can provide it on-site or at our place of operations. Our experienced team can tailor our instruction to your specific equipment at your location of operations.

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