Course Code: 027

Scissor LiftThis hands-on training will provide the participant with the opportunity to apply the previously learned theoretical knowledge to the proper operation of an aerial work platform. This is the second part of a two-part requirement to become a qualified aerial work platform operator.

Participants will:

  • Recognize and understand all limitations and warnings, operating procedures and operator’s responsibilities for maintenance of the equipment.
  • Demonstrate familiarity with the Operating Maintenance and Parts Manual and Operator’s Manual provided by the manufacturer for the specific make and model he or she will be using.
  • Learn how to apply employer’s rules and any government-related regulations.
  • Demonstrate his/her ability to understand and properly operate the work platform as shown by a qualified person.

Evaluation of practical demonstration
Leadership positions and employees who are required to operate elevated work platforms and/or booms

Please note: All new operators must have a minimum of 4 hours of Supervised practice time on each machine before being assessed. Supervision must be completed by a competent person.
  • 45 minutes per person
  • Course materials and wallet cards provided