What Will I Learn?

  • OSHA/ANSI operator requirements 
  • How to conduct an aerial lift inspection 
  • Recognizing unsafe conditions in the work area 
  • Fall protection while operating a scissor/aerial lift 
  • Electrical hazards 
  • Dynamics of tip-over 
  • Manipulation of operational controls 
  • Steering and maneuvering

Description

Scissor Lifts and Aerial Lifts are utilized for many activities in both general industry and construction. While using aerial lifts is generally a safer way to perform tasks at heights compared to using a ladder, they can also be very dangerous and costly for untrained operators not aware of the hazards involved in operation and functionality of the machines. 

This 1-day certification course will educate individuals in the safe operation of scissor and aerial lifts per OSHA and ANSI standards. Participants will receive both classroom training along with hands on operation of scissor and aerial lifts.

Walk Away With:

  • Authorized Operator status that will legally allow you to operate both scissor and aerial lifts on the job 
  • Training workbook, with extensive notes, to use during the course and on the job site 
  • Certification of Completion provided by CSI Workforce Development and Training 
  • Aerial & Scissor Lift Operator Wallet card (valid for 3 years anywhere in the United States)

Who Should Attend?

This course is recommended for anyone that operates an aerial or scissor lift. This includes painters, carpenters, maintenance workers, iron workers, window installers, roofers, etc. who require certification or refresher training on scissor lifts and aerial lifts.

Instructor Bio

Davy Gadd
Davy Gadd brings a unique skill set to the Workforce Development and Training team at the College of Southern Idaho. Through combining his experiences as a teacher and over 15 years in commercial/residential construction, he has become an effective safety instructor. The past six years he was the senior safety consultant for Norther California’s leading OSHA safety training center and Turner safety.

What Will I Learn?

  • OSHA/ANSI operator requirements 
  • How to conduct an aerial lift inspection 
  • Recognizing unsafe conditions in the work area 
  • Fall protection while operating a scissor/aerial lift 
  • Electrical hazards 
  • Dynamics of tip-over 
  • Manipulation of operational controls 
  • Steering and maneuvering

Description

Scissor Lifts and Aerial Lifts are utilized for many activities in both general industry and construction. While using aerial lifts is generally a safer way to perform tasks at heights compared to using a ladder, they can also be very dangerous and costly for untrained operators not aware of the hazards involved in operation and functionality of the machines. 

This 1-day certification course will educate individuals in the safe operation of scissor and aerial lifts per OSHA and ANSI standards. Participants will receive both classroom training along with hands on operation of scissor and aerial lifts.

Walk Away With:

  • Authorized Operator status that will legally allow you to operate both scissor and aerial lifts on the job 
  • Training workbook, with extensive notes, to use during the course and on the job site 
  • Certification of Completion provided by CSI Workforce Development and Training 
  • Aerial & Scissor Lift Operator Wallet card (valid for 3 years anywhere in the United States)

Who Should Attend?

This course is recommended for anyone that operates an aerial or scissor lift. This includes painters, carpenters, maintenance workers, iron workers, window installers, roofers, etc. who require certification or refresher training on scissor lifts and aerial lifts.

Instructor Bio

Davy Gadd
Davy Gadd brings a unique skill set to the Workforce Development and Training team at the College of Southern Idaho. Through combining his experiences as a teacher and over 15 years in commercial/residential construction, he has become an effective safety instructor. The past six years he was the senior safety consultant for Norther California’s leading OSHA safety training center and Turner safety.

What Will I Learn?

  • OSHA/ANSI operator requirements 
  • How to conduct an aerial lift inspection 
  • Recognizing unsafe conditions in the work area 
  • Fall protection while operating a scissor/aerial lift 
  • Electrical hazards 
  • Dynamics of tip-over 
  • Manipulation of operational controls 
  • Steering and maneuvering

Description

Scissor Lifts and Aerial Lifts are utilized for many activities in both general industry and construction. While using aerial lifts is generally a safer way to perform tasks at heights compared to using a ladder, they can also be very dangerous and costly for untrained operators not aware of the hazards involved in operation and functionality of the machines. 

This 1-day certification course will educate individuals in the safe operation of scissor and aerial lifts per OSHA and ANSI standards. Participants will receive both classroom training along with hands on operation of scissor and aerial lifts.

Walk Away With:

  • Authorized Operator status that will legally allow you to operate both scissor and aerial lifts on the job 
  • Training workbook, with extensive notes, to use during the course and on the job site 
  • Certification of Completion provided by CSI Workforce Development and Training 
  • Aerial & Scissor Lift Operator Wallet card (valid for 3 years anywhere in the United States)

Who Should Attend?

This course is recommended for anyone that operates an aerial or scissor lift. This includes painters, carpenters, maintenance workers, iron workers, window installers, roofers, etc. who require certification or refresher training on scissor lifts and aerial lifts.

Instructor Bio

Davy Gadd
Davy Gadd brings a unique skill set to the Workforce Development and Training team at the College of Southern Idaho. Through combining his experiences as a teacher and over 15 years in commercial/residential construction, he has become an effective safety instructor. The past six years he was the senior safety consultant for Norther California’s leading OSHA safety training center and Turner safety.

What Will I Learn?

  • OSHA/ANSI operator requirements 
  • How to conduct an aerial lift inspection 
  • Recognizing unsafe conditions in the work area 
  • Fall protection while operating a scissor/aerial lift 
  • Electrical hazards 
  • Dynamics of tip-over 
  • Manipulation of operational controls 
  • Steering and maneuvering

Description

Scissor Lifts and Aerial Lifts are utilized for many activities in both general industry and construction. While using aerial lifts is generally a safer way to perform tasks at heights compared to using a ladder, they can also be very dangerous and costly for untrained operators not aware of the hazards involved in operation and functionality of the machines. 

This 1-day certification course will educate individuals in the safe operation of scissor and aerial lifts per OSHA and ANSI standards. Participants will receive both classroom training along with hands on operation of scissor and aerial lifts.

Walk Away With:

  • Authorized Operator status that will legally allow you to operate both scissor and aerial lifts on the job 
  • Training workbook, with extensive notes, to use during the course and on the job site 
  • Certification of Completion provided by CSI Workforce Development and Training 
  • Aerial & Scissor Lift Operator Wallet card (valid for 3 years anywhere in the United States)

Who Should Attend?

This course is recommended for anyone that operates an aerial or scissor lift. This includes painters, carpenters, maintenance workers, iron workers, window installers, roofers, etc. who require certification or refresher training on scissor lifts and aerial lifts.

Instructor Bio

Davy Gadd
Davy Gadd brings a unique skill set to the Workforce Development and Training team at the College of Southern Idaho. Through combining his experiences as a teacher and over 15 years in commercial/residential construction, he has become an effective safety instructor. The past six years he was the senior safety consultant for Norther California’s leading OSHA safety training center and Turner safety.