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Aerial Boomlift Operator Requalification Notepad


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The Aerial Boomlift Operator Requalification Notepad contains all the documentation you will require to requalify eight previously qualified aerial boomlift operators. Each notepad contains the following documents:

(8) Aerial Boomlift Requalification Theory Tests

Designed to re-test the operator’s knowledge of basic equipment theory.

(1) Aerial Boomlift Requalification Theory Test Answer Key

A theory test answer key for the program trainer's use.

(8) Aerial Lifts Operator Practical Re-evaluation Forms

Grade and record the operator’s practical demonstration of competence.

(8) Requalification Certificates of Completion

This 8 ½” x 11″ certificate contains the operator name, original qualification number, the requalification number, date of re-training and re-evaluation as well as the qualification expiry date. It also documents the type of equipment used and the trainer’s name and qualification number.

(8) Requalification Wallet Cards

This wallet-sized version of the Certificate of Completion and can be presented to the successful operator to carry on his/her person.

(8) Record Sheets

Record all the vital information for the employee file such as operator’s name and requalification number; company name and location; type of equipment used including capacity and attachments; application and date of training; date and location of re-evaluation; theory test and practical re-evaluation results; trainer’s name, qualification number and qualifications; and additional comments.

Notepads also come as part of our Requalification Packages, which also include 8 study guides which are an excellent reference for providing theory review. Save 15% by ordering as a package! Login for accurate pricing and availability.

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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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