What We Do:
Aerial Equipment Services’ provides comprehensive aerial lift inspections for any make or model you have! We have decades of experience and we perform lift inspections that are compliant with ANSI/SAIA.
Frequent inspections are ANSI / OSHA required every three months or 150 hours of operation, whichever comes first.
If a piece of equipment has been out of service for a period longer than three months, it will need to be inspected before placing the unit back into service.
Our inspection forms include everything that the manufacturer requires at the three-month interval. We inspect all functions and controls of the equipment. We inspect the machine to the standards of ANSI/OSHA and after an inspection is complete, we place an inspection label that is visible on the equipment that shows both the annual and frequent inspection dates.
In addition to frequent inspections, we perform annual inspections. These inspections are generally more comprehensive than the frequent inspections that are done on a 90-day basis. They cover every aspect of machine maintenance and operation. These inspections normally cover additional service requirements, like hydraulic oil and filters, for example.
These include, but are not limited to:
Safety is our number one priority at Aerial Equipment Services. Thousands of injuries take place every year due to equipment accidents. We want to provide the best training to help your team be safe and in compliance with all training regulations.
Operator error can injure someone and/or financially bankrupt your company. There’s a reason ANSI requires training. It happens everyday … someone gets hurt or worse. Don’t let this be you! Avoid the accident get your people trained!
Aerial Equipment offers classroom training and familiarization training for companies and individuals. Lift operator training teaches your employees safety features plus hands-on field training on a variety of boom and scissor lift equipment. All of our instructors are certified and have over a decade of field experience.
Upon completion of the 4-hour training, each employee will receive a wallet-sized certificate and a certification for the owner company.
No job is worth the loss of life. Boom and scissor lifts are normally pretty easy to operate, but they can cause serious accidents if proper training is not followed. Make sure your people are trained. We offer classroom and familiarization training for companies and individuals.
Lift operator training is offered in 2 types:
General Lift Training – Classroom type training, hands-on familiarization training – walk around the machine to learn safety features and characteristics of the boom or scissor lift.
Training on-site or off – 4-hour training program. Learn the value of protecting your company from a lawsuit! Each person is given personal instructions on our classroom training equipment.
Safety is our number one priority at Aerial Equipment Services. Thousands of injuries take place every year due to equipment accidents. We want to provide the best training to help your team be safe and in compliance with all training regulations. At the end of the training, everyone participating will receive a certificate of completion to keep on record.
Wear and tear happens and we are here to help get your equipment up and running. To ensure that your machine is back in service quickly, most of our repairs are completed the same day we come out to fix the problem.
Education, training, and experience make the difference in a good repair team. We have the very best in the business!