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Scissor Lift Precautions to Prevent Tip-Over and Fall Incidents

Scissor lifts can pose serious risks to workers if they are not operated properly and safely. Although certain safety precautions apply to most scissor lifts, each lift has different weight limits, specifications and hazard warnings.

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Understanding the Unique Potential Hazards of Aerial Lifts

Extensible and Articulating Boom Lifts are useful pieces of equipment with specialized features, uses, and also unique potential hazards. Learn more about the specific dangers of working with aerial lifts.

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Man Lifts: Aerial Lift Inspections and Fall Protection

Due to their convenience, mobility and flexibility, aerial lifts are often used in place of ladders and scaffolding. Whether using a manual or power operated aerial lift, workers must recognize and avoid safety hazards that can lead to injury, property damage, or death.

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Bucket Trucks can be Safe with Trained and Authorized Operators

Bucket trucks, sometimes called cherry pickers, are an excellent tool used in many industries to get to hard to reach areas. Bucket trucks provide a safe and stable work platform in a variety of situations when used in accordance with specific recommendations from the manufacturers.

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Scissor Lifts Allow Workers to Work at Heights Safely

Scissor lifts are safe and stable when used properly by a trained operator. But what are the common hazards that cause the most accidents with this vertical powerhouse?

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