What is an aerial lift OSHA?
Just so, what is considered an aerial lift?
An aerial lift is any vehicle-mounted work platform that can move vertically and/or horizontally. Some aerial lifts can even rotate around a vertical axis. Aerial lifts are used to lift workers to difficult work positions that aren't able to be accessed by other equipment, even scissor lifts.
Furthermore, 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.
Beside this, does OSHA require aerial lift certification?
The simple answer is no. Currently, there are no requirements set forth by OSHA or the manufacturers of aerial lifts for operators to be certified. According to OSHA Subpart L, 1926.453(a)(2), “only authorized persons shall operate an aerial lift.”
Is a boom lift an aerial lift?
An aerial lift is a vehicle mounted platform that rotates and elevates. These devices include vertical towers, aerial ladders, articulating boom platforms, and more. Aerial lifts are also called boom lifts and are basically any vehicle mounted piece of equipment used to elevate a person.