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  Aerial Lifts - aerial lift, aerial lifts, aerial lift equipment, scissor lifts, articulated boom lifts, boom lift, ...
Scissor lifts are especially useful in the sort of situation where you don’t have the room it takes to extend the long arm or arms of a boom lift or articulated boom lift.
An aerial lift, contrary to popular belief, may not be terribly expensive – though “terribly expensive” is a term that can carry a lot of ambiguity depending on the size of your pocketbook.
An aerial lift, whether articulated boom or scissor style, is not a fundamentally complex piece of machinery, but it is a very powerful and potentially destructive one.
articles.directorym.com /Aerial_Lifts-a800221.html   (2089 words)

  
  Aerial lifts. - 1926.453
Aerial equipment may be made of metal, wood, fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP), or other material; may be powered or manually operated; and are deemed to be aerial lifts whether or not they are capable of rotating about a substantially vertical axis.
Aerial ladders shall be secured in the lower traveling position by the locking device on top of the truck cab, and the manually operated device at the base of the ladder before the truck is moved for highway travel.
An aerial lift truck shall not be moved when the boom is elevated in a working position with men in the basket, except for equipment which is specifically designed for this type of operation in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs (a)(1) and (2) of this section.
www.osha.gov /pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_table=STANDARDS&p_id=10754   (878 words)

  
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www.openfos.com /search/cat.221018100.Aerial_Lifts_Supply.htm   (331 words)

  
 Skilifts.org - Glossary of Aerial Lift Terms
Any lift in which skiers are transported while suspended off the ground, as opposed to surface lifts, which move skiers and snowboarders up the hill while their skis or boards are in contact with the snow.
Every new lift undergoes a load test prior to being put into service, and all aerial lifts are load tested periodically according to the tramway laws in their state.
Lift manufacturers and ski areas also consider the terminals at either end of a lift to be towers.
www.skilifts.org /glossary.htm   (3890 words)

  
 Key Switch Controlled Elevating and Rotating Aerial Lifts
Co-workers tried to lower the aerial lift further, but could not operate the lower controls because the control key had been removed and was not available to them.
On the lift involved in the accident, the keyed switch controlling the lower and upper sets of controls works as follows: Prior to starting the engine, the emergency stop button must be pulled out, and the key turned to the right or left depending on the desired operating mode.
Aerial lifts used in general industry on in construction activities must meet the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.67 or 29 CFR 1926.453 standards respectively.
www.osha.gov /dts/shib/tib020411.html   (998 words)

  
 Man Lifts at Liftequipment.Net
We specialize in used lift equipment, including boom lifts, scissor lifts, aerial lifts, cranes etc. Man Lifts related phrases are on Liftequipment.Net.
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Lift Poles are planned to assist personel within moving the elements of RBS-05 in addition to RBS-10 skimming schemes.
www.liftequipment.net /MANLIFTS.html   (695 words)

  
 What are Aerial Lifts?
Aerial lifts are commonly used to handle routine maintenance in buildings with high ceilings, but can be used for a number of tasks involving high, hard to reach areas.
For example, aerial lifts can be used to repair lines on telephone poles, paint trim on large buildings or two-story homes, raise heavy items to shelves high off the ground, and trim tree branches.
Scissor aerial lifts, which can be classified as mobile scaffolding, use criss-cross braces that extend and stretch upward.
www.wisegeek.com /what-are-aerial-lifts.htm   (428 words)

  
 Hydraulic Lifts - Hydraulic Lift Manufacturers - Hydraulic Lift Suppliers   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Aerial lifts are most often scissor lifts, which extend to dramatic heights, and are usually hydraulic.
Lift tables are platforms or tables that have adjustable heights; height variations can range from a few inches to dozens of feet, depending on the intended purpose.
Platform lifts are very similar to lift tables, except the platform is often larger and the lift is usually stronger for larger loads.
www.iqsdirectory.com /hydraulic-lifts   (1467 words)

  
 eLCOSH : Deaths From Aerial Lifts
Two-thirds of the deaths from collapses/tipovers of boom lifts occurred when the bucket cable or boom broke or the bucket fell; almost one-third were due to tipovers.
The causes of scissor lift falls were unknown for over half of the fall deaths; in one-fifth of the falls, the worker was ejected from the scissor lift, mostly when the scissor lift was struck by an object.
Three-quarters of the tipovers of scissor lifts resulted in fall deaths; for the rest, workers died from being struck by the falling scissor lift.
www.cdc.gov /elcosh/docs/d0400/d000484/d000484.html   (747 words)

  
 Skiing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In skiing's traditional core regions in the snowy parts of Scandinavia, as well as in places such as Alaska, both recreational and competitive skiing is as likely to refer to the cross-country variants as to the internationally better known downhill variants.
For many people, "skiing" refers to recreational downhill skiing where one visits a ski resort, purchases a lift ticket, dons cold-weather clothing, skis, ski boots and ski poles, and embarks on a chairlift, gondola lift, or other means of mechanical uphill transport.
Upon reaching the summit, the skier disembarks from the ski lift and travels downhill, propelled by gravity, usually along a marked route known as a piste, 'run,' 'trail,' or 'slope'.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Skiing   (3688 words)

  
 Aerial Lift USA - Wholesale Aerial Lifts For Sale & Export
Aerial Lift USA is known for great selection, the lowest aerial lift prices, and two decades of wholesale / export experience.
Featuring hundreds of boom lift models in stock at all times, Aerial Lift USA invites you to compare their selection and pricing of quality new and used boom lifts with any distributor in the US.
Aerial Lift USA features hundreds of man lifts, construction equipment and specialty items to meet all of your aerial lift requirements.
www.aerialliftusa.com /lifts/site_map.htm   (180 words)

  
 Equipment World Online
Although all aerial lifts perform a similar function — lifting manpower and materials to an above-ground worksite — there are several types to choose from.
Boom lifts with platform heights of up to 150 feet are now available — perfect for construction applications requiring workers to reach the upper floors of some buildings.
Because of the larger platform space, scissor lifts are perfect for moving a lot of people or equipment straight up and down, and are available in a number of different platform heights.
www.equipmentworld.com /apps/news/articleeqw.asp?id=56436   (1187 words)

  
 08/01/2000 - Scissor lifts are not aerial lifts, are considered scaffolds.
The aerial lift requirements (§1926.453) incorporate by reference the definition of aerial lifts used in the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) A92.2-1969 standard.
Therefore, scissor lifts are not addressed by the aerial lift provisions of Subpart L. While there are no OSHA provisions that specifically address scissor lifts, they do meet the definition of a scaffold (§1926.451 - general requirements for scaffolds).
For example, since scissor lifts are mobile, the specific requirements for mobile scaffolds in the scaffold standard (§1926.452(w) - mobile scaffolds) must be met.
www.osha.gov /pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_table=INTERPRETATIONS&p_id=23874   (529 words)

  
 SCAFFOLDS AND AERIAL LIFTS REQUIREMENTS
Aerial lifts are considered any of the following: vehicle-mounted aerial devices to elevate personell to work areas not accessible from the ground; extendible boom platforms, aerial ladders, articulating booms, vertical towers, and a combination of any such devices.
Moving the lift - The lift must not be moved when the boom is elevated in a working position unless the lift is specifically designed to do so.
Lift controls - Lift controls must be tested daily prior to operating the boom.
web.princeton.edu /sites/ehs/healthsafetyguide/B17.htm   (834 words)

  
 Bautas - Mobile Aerial Lifts
Bautas is by far the largest company hiring out mobile aerial lifts in Norway.
There are many different types of lifts on which people are transported safely and effectively to the desired height so that they can carry out various types of work.
We currently have 760 personnel lifts available in Norway, with working heights ranging from 6 to 44 meters.
www.bautas.no /sw3412.asp   (105 words)

  
 Need operational and safety training on your aerial lift device?
One of our skilled aerial lift operators will conduct this training and will answer any questions you may have pertaining to the safe operation of your lift.
However, safety body belts may be used as 'positioning devices' in aerial lift equipment, where employees stand with both feet on the floor of the bucket or platform; and are an acceptable alternative to harnesses only in this application.
Because aerial lifts have passive fall protection systems, the intent of the belt is to keep the occupant(s) in the device upon impact.
www.mobilelifts.com /Safetytraining.asp   (434 words)

  
 Skilifts.org - Technical information for aerial lifts
The Trouble Shooting section is designed for people who work in the aerial lift industry to help them solve problems that they may face in the field.
Detachable lifts are one of the newest and fastest growing types of lifts in the aerial lift industry.
Sufrace lifts are no longer as popular as they once were when they were first invented; however, they are still have a unique character about them which everyone still loves.
www.skilifts.org /technical.htm   (469 words)

  
 Aerial Lifts For Sale - Classified Ad Listings - New Aerial Lifts For Sale / Used Aerial Lifts For Sale / Aerial Lift ...
Used Aerial Lifts / New Aerial Lifts / Personnel Lifts
Although an effort is made to ensure accuracy, we are not responsible for errors, omissions, or typographical errors.
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www.aerialliftsforsale.com   (313 words)

  
 Aerial Lift Service - Northern California Operater Training on boom lifts, scissor lifts, manlifts
Aerial Lift Service Company has been an industry leader in providing Operator Training and Certification programs.
Aerial Lift Service's programs are available off-site or at your location, 7 days a week with no shift premiums.
Aerial Lift Service's instructors are highly skilled facilitators and are qualified to operate and train on virtually all classes of Aerial work Platforms and lift trucks.
www.aerialliftservice.com /training.htm   (165 words)

  
 WMA for a Manufacturer of Aerial Lifts   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This plant manufactures aerial manlifts (for use by electric and telephone utilities), ventilating driers, and air driers.
Approximately 1,500 aerial lifts and several thousand miscellaneous items are manufactured annually during approximately 4,000 hr/yr of operation.
The lift parts are painted in the stand-alone paint booth.
es.epa.gov /techinfo/research/wmin/csu56-35.html   (1365 words)

  
 Module 21339   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This course prepares operators to perform work from JLG lifts, JLG Scissor Lifts, and Genie Booms.
Conduct a walk-around inspection, checking all the items on the guide list for the aerial lift on which training is being conducted
Operate the aerial lift, observing all rules for safe operation of the vehicle
home.quixnet.net /oakridge/syllabus/21339.htm   (199 words)

  
 The Office of Risk Management
Aerial devices are vehicle-mounted, elevated and rotating work platforms.
OSHA defines a vehicle as, "any carrier that is not manually propelled," and a platform as, "any personnel-carrying device (basket or bucket that is a component of an aerial device." Vehicle-mounted devices-telescoping, articulating or both - used to position personnel are considered aerial devices.
The George Washington University developed the Aerial Lift Program to ensure that these devices are properly used and personnel are appropriately trained.
www.gwu.edu /~riskmgnt/aeriallifts.cfm   (127 words)

  
 Lifts :: Scaffolding lifts, aerial scissor lifts, boom lifts, zero lifts
Lifts :: Scaffolding lifts, aerial scissor lifts, boom lifts, zero lifts
Pro-Lift has a wide range of lifts from simple to complex, for warehouses and offices.
Call our professionals for advice when you aren't certain what type lift you need for the job.
www.prolifthandling.com /lifts_scaffolding_lifts.html   (84 words)

  
 Aerial Lifts
Whether you need a material lift, portable aerial work platform, trailer mounted boom, scissor lift, self-propelled telescopic boom or articulating boom, Genie’s full line of products offers you unmatched performance and reliability.
Genie portable aerial work platforms safely reach working heights of up to 46 ft 3 in (14.1 in).
Each lift is completely portable and easy to maneuver.
www.equipmenttools.com /aerial_lifts.html   (451 words)

  
 1926.453 Aerial lifts.
(1) Unless otherwise provided in this section, aerial lifts acquired for use on or after January 22, 1973 shall be designed and constructed in conformance with the applicable requirements of the American National Standards for "Vehicle Mounted Elevating and Rotating Work Platforms," ANSI A92.2-1969, including appendix.
(viii) An aerial lift truck shall not be moved when the boom is elevated in a working position with men in the basket, except for equipment which is specifically designed for this type of operation in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs (a) (1) and (2) of this section.
(xii) Before moving an aerial lift for travel, the boom(s) shall be inspected to see that it is properly cradled and outriggers are in stowed position except as provided in paragraph (b)(2)(viii) of this section.
www.setonresourcecenter.com /CFR/29CFR/1926117.htm   (887 words)

  
 Aerial Lift USA - Wholesale Aerial Lifts For Sale & Export
Welcome to Aerial Lift USA, leaders in the distribution of wholesale aerial lifts, boom lifts, scissor lifts and man lifts.
Featuring hundreds of aerial lift models always in stock, let our experienced staff meet all of your national wholesale and international export requirements.
If you are in the market for a new or used aerial lift, check out fantastic prices on a sample selection of our boom lifts and scissor lifts.
www.aerialliftusa.com /index.html   (155 words)

  
 Comparing Teupen to JLGLifts
The lift is not mounted to the truck.
With 60 lb more platform capacity, air and welding outlets, and the ability to move the extended boom lift, the JLG 1250AJP is geared for heavy contstruction jobs.
The JLG 1250AJP is an articulating aerial lift, allowing access to difficult areas.
www.aboutaeriallifts.com /teupenvsjlg.html   (357 words)

  
 Aerial lifts lifting elevators aerial lift elevator
We have available any kind of aerial lifts: vertical, articulated, trapezium, diesel, electric, four weels drive, tracked, truckable.
We can hire an aerial lift for some minutes to several months, rapair e maintain of the elevators directly to the customer.
Repair and hire of the aerial lift for lifting and repair of hoists and lifting trucks.
www.albertoruggeri.it /lift-trucks/aerial-lifts.htm   (83 words)

  
 Genie Lifts used aerial Lifts scissor lifts boom lifts Snorkel lifts JLG lifts Genie Upright lifts Condor lifts
Genie lifts used aerial lifts scissor lifts boom
Genie Lifts used aerial Lifts scissor lifts boom lifts Snorkel lifts JLG lifts Genie Upright lifts Condor lifts
We sell every major brand of aerial lifts and have a HUGE inventory of both new and used lifts.
www.aerialliftsource.com   (118 words)

  
 Aerial Lifts for Construction (PureSafety) Syllabus
Aerial lifts are frequently used to perform work in areas that cannot be accessed from the ground or from solid construction.
When working with an aerial lift, an awareness of hazards is a must.
This course will introduce common hazards associated with aerial lifts and will discuss safe work practices that you should always follow.
www.elementk.com /s.asp?p=55948   (197 words)

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