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Fall protection for aerial lift operators and users, while straightforward in my mind, seems to be a mysterious phenomenon that bewilders the minds of many and produces myths worthy of aNew Yorkbest selling novel!  Fortunately, there is no need for it to be this way.  Admittedly, the Federal...
No assembly required?  That’s right.  Unload that aerial lift off the truck, hop on and away you go.  And go you will – just in ways you may not anticipate.  And that is the problem.  Too many users of aerial lifts think they are a no brainer to use.  They assume there isn’t anything to it.  Push a...
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, OSHA, has issued new construction standards that regulate the construction and use of scaffolds. These standards, identified as 29 CFR Part 1926, Subpart L, became effective on November 29, 1996 and apply to both the erectors of scaffolds and the...