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Elevated Work Platforms

Elevated work platforms allow us to perform various tasks at heights that otherwise may be unreachable.  The potential is there for serious injury or death when operated in a careless manner.  Electrocution, falls, crushed body parts and tip-overs are just a few examples.

Operating Aerial Work Platforms Safely
Product Code: OPAW

Aerial work platforms are essential tools used to safely elevate personnel.  This program discusses some of the common hazards as well as safe work practices and operating techniques associated with aerial work platforms.
Workers attempting to avoid serious injury while operating a variety of elevated work platforms
Elevated Work Platform Safety
Product Code: EVWP

While there are many different styles of lifts designed for various applications and site conditions, they all have one thing in common: the potential for serious injury or death when operated in a careless manner.
A worker on a scissor lift or aerial work platform using safe work practices to avoid injury
Aerial Work Platform Safety
Product Code: AWPS

This live-action program demonstrates safe work practices for operating aerial work platforms, such as: articulating and telescopic boom lifts, scissor lifts, etc.
An industrial worker using a personal fall arrest system to illustrate the proper safety procedure
Surviving the Fall: Your Personal Fall Arrest System
Product Code: FSF

Falling just a short distance can generate huge forces and cause injury, even if you don't hit the ground. The proper use of fall protection equipment reduces these forces and prevents injuries.
Walking and Working Surfaces: Comprehensive Training
Product Code: WLK

This program discusses the requirements addressed in the recently-updated OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D, titled “Walking and Working Surfaces", so that viewers can make sure the surfaces on which they work or travel are safe and secure.