Bucket Truck (4hr)
Bucket trucks provide aerial access for hard to reach locations, but they also cause accidents that result in 26 fatalities per year, according to the Bureau of Labor. Deaths occur from falls after lifts are struck by vehicles, cranes or crane loads, when a lift suddenly jerks or from electrocutions when overhead power lines contact the bucket.
Bucket truck operators must be trained to use them properly and comply with the OSHA standard for aerial lifts (1926.453).
Our course does this by discussing the following items:
Part 1- Introduction to bucket truck hazards
Part 2- Incident Reports
Part 3- The OSHA Regulations
Part 4- Temporary Traffic Control Principles
Part 6- Avoiding Contact with Power Lines
Part 7- Preventing Falls
Part 8- Lift Usage
Part 9- Preventing Lift Overturn
Part 10- Review and Written Test
USD ONETIME PER ATTENDEE
This is a 4 hour training
Retraining every 3 years