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Aerial work platforms are common pieces of construction equipment used on the construction site. Despite their wide spread use in some cases workers are given little to no training. Further workers are not always required to do an inspection prior to their use. In order to ensure workers are safe while using lifts a safe work procedure in advance is critical. What is an aerial work platform safe work procedure and when should you use it on a construction site?
A safe work procedure for aerial work platform (lift) usage is a form that is completed on construction sites by workers and their supervisors before they perform activities involving lifts. It’s purpose is to do a general review of safety hazards to determine if any exist, and how the work should be performed.
Prior to use, the worker reviews the checklist. In the event of deficient items they either address them or bring them to their supervisors attention. Proper training and planning must go into the work before the checklist is given to the worker.
This check list template focuses on aerial work platforms and the surrounding areas. It includes the following fields:
This form has been created in Microsoft Excel but any modern day spreadsheet software should be able to open it.
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Please note that it is the responsibility of each contractor to customize this inspection form to meet all application local, regional and national code and safety requirements.
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