Alberta Boom Lift License

Boom Lift License Alberta - To be able to operate an aerial boom lift, operators should be qualified through training that could be attained using both classroom sessions and practical training and by attaining a boom lift license. Instruction should be given with respect to the kind of aerial lift that will be used on the job. A License is required for anyone who works on or operates an aerial boom lift.

Various kinds of vehicle-mounted aerial devices consist of extensible boom platforms, aerial ladders, vertical towers, articulating boom platforms, and any combination of these kinds.

When utilizing a boom lift, there are a few basic safety regulations that apply to all boom lifts. Safety of the worker is a top priority while they are working within the basket. The worker should at all times have on a body harness and lanyard, attaching it to the boom or basket. Never tie off to an equipment, an adjacent pole or a structure. Workers should stand on the basket floor, and never sit or climb on the basket edge. The manufacturer's load limits should be adhered to.

Lift operators must be certified to operate an aerial lift. The manufacturer's instruction manual must be kept inside the lift and the operator must know all aspects of that particular unit. Operators are responsible for ensuring that safety measures are followed in the operation of the lift. Testing lift controls everyday should be done. Position outriggers and set brakes (if they are used) on pads or a stable surface. When working on a slope, utilize wheel chocks.

Never move an aerial lift truck with an elevated boom whilst workers are in the basket. Extensible boom platforms and articulating boom used as personnel carriers should have plainly marked, accessible, upper controls. Except for in emergency conditions, lower controls should not be utilized to override upper controls unless permission has been given by the individual inside the lift.

While working from an aerial lift, do not wear tree or pole climbers.
Do not alter the insulated portion of the aerial lift.
Make sure that the booms are thoroughly checked, that the machine is properly cradled and the outriggers are in the stowed position prior to moving.
Make sure that lifts being used near or in power lines are di-electrically tested and conform to local regulations.

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