Is a boom lift an aerial lift?
In respect to this, when should an aerial boom lift be inspected?
Annual aerial lift inspections must be performed no later than 13 months from the date of the last annual inspection. Note: often the most recent date of inspection is posted on the aerial lift.
Beside above, is a bucket truck an aerial lift? Aerial lifts are vehicle-mounted, boom-supported aerial platforms, such as cherry pickers or bucket trucks, used to access utility lines and other aboveground job sites. The major causes of fatalities are falls, electrocutions, and collapses ortip overs. Movement of the lift could crush the worker(s).
Also Know, are hard hats required on aerial lifts?
The general PPE is recommended for all response/recovery tasks/operations; only the additional PPE that may be needed for a specific hazard is noted below. General PPE includes: Hard hat for overhead impact or electrical hazards. Eye protection with side shields.
What is the difference between a scissor lift and a boom lift?
There are two distinct types of access platforms, usually called scissor lifts and boom lifts (or sometimes cherry pickers). The difference between the two being that a scissor lift can usually only move vertically, whereas a boom lift has an outreach, to work above areas not accessible from directly below.