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Aerial Lifts Study Guide Spanish

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Aerial Lifts Study Guide Spanish are an excellent reference for providing theory review for previously qualified Spanish-speaking aerial boomlift and scissor lift operators. These workbooks are condensed versions of the original Operator Reference Manual. As the trainer leads the operators through a comprehensive review of each page of the Study Guide, they will fill in the blanks while refreshing their knowledge. Each Study Guide covers the following topics:

  • Rules & Regulations
  • Types of Aerial Lifts
  • Main Parts & Their Functions
  • Factors Affecting Capacity & Stability
  • Safe Operating Procedures
  • Parking/Shutdown
  • Fueling/Charging

This product is also available in English and French.

Study Guides also come as part of our Requalification Packages, which include a Requalification Notepad containing all the documentation needed to requalify 8 operators. Save 15% by ordering as a package!

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Did you know?

Employers and/or users of aerial lifts (aerial boomlifts and scissor lifts) should offer additional upgrade or refresher operator training in the following situations:

  • The operator is observed to be operating the equipment in an unsafe manner.
  • The operator causes an accident or near-miss incident.
  • An evaluation of the operator indicates that additional training is required.
  • The equipment that the operator is assigned to operate is changed and/or modified (familiarization training required).
  • The environment that the operator works in is changed and/or modified.

Even if none of the items listed above happen, an evaluation of the operator’s knowledge and skill is re­quired at regular intervals. The time interval between operator evaluations is dependent on the employers observation of the operator. However, adherence to a three year cycle would constitute diligent best practice.

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