Aerial Lift Emergency Response, Evacuation and Extrication


 

Course Description

This course is designed to educate Aerial lift operators in the most likely scenarios where they may have to respond to an emergency. Emphasis is on emergency preparedness, readiness and accident prevention. The importance of self-rescue strategies and understanding the ‘working alone’ definition reinforces the importance of emergency readiness. Participants are educated in the truths about tree work accidents and fatalities, information based on arborist statistics and industry reviews provides the basis for the specific rescue techniques trained and practiced. Participants are educated in key terms and definitions relating to rope parts, knots, hitches and specialized equipment. Rescue and evacuation systems complete this comprehensive course. This course involves hands on rescue opportunities and practice.

Applicable Standards

This course meets the ANSI/ASSE Z490 Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health, and Environmental Training as well as ANSI Z133 and A92, and OSHA 1910.331, 1910.38, and 1910.269.

*Due to license & insurance requirements, any participants wanting to perform work with an aerial lift device during the training program must arrange to bring their own device.

 
 

 
 

ISA and CTSP Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available for these trainings

 
 

 

For More Information:

To book a training or to receive more information, please contact us at 888-652-9116 or email mail us at INFO@NATSTRAINING.COM.

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