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Train-the-Trainer Class for New Aerial Lift Standards

Be prepared as new industry standards are on the way. Standards A92.22 and A92.24 make sweeping changes to how the safe use and training for aerial equipment are addressed and administered. The new rules are placing a significant emphasis on the responsibilities of the user. Our training program will address the impact these changes will have on your fleet and operators.

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New ANSI Standards for Aerial Lifts. Are you ready?

The ANSI (American National Standards Institute) has implemented extensive changes to Standard A92. Once final, all aerial equipment brands and manufacturers serving the North American market and users of the equipment will have one year to comply. Here we will touch on the new standards for the safe use (A92.22) and training (A92.24) as it relates to aerial lift equipment. These changes go into effect March 2019.

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The Safety of Your Forklift Operators Starts with Training!

Are your forklift operators up-to-date with their training and certification? Action Lift can provide you with the ability to train, evaluate, and certify your operators—utilizing your own personnel.

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We Support National Forklift Safety Day

On June 12th, 2018, the fifth annual National Forklift Safety Day will be held by the Industrial Truck Association (ITA). The objective of National Forklift Safety Day is to educate individuals on the best practices regarding forklift safety, the importance of operator training and the need for daily equipment checks.

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Respect the Forklift! The Importance of Certified Training Programs

Did you know that 20,000 employees are seriously injured in warehouse forklift-related incidents every year in the United States? Aside from keeping your employees safe, increasing productivity and promoting awareness, OSHA and the Department of Labor require an employer to provide training and certification for each person permitted to operate powered industrial trucks or aerial work platforms.

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