Utility line work is dangerous. Each year, workers suffer serious injuries and even death in accidents where overhead power lines are involved. The two leading causes are falls and electrical shocks. Electrocutions occur when lifts, cranes, ladders or other equipment read more
If you’re in the market for a scissor lift, the purchasing process can certainly be confusing, exciting, and anxious – especially if you’ve never been involved with buying one before.
Aerial lift workers are relied on for a near-endless array of job tasks. From heavy machinery maintenance to large-scale construction work, one thing’s for sure: without aerial lift operators and other aerial work platform (AWP) employees, many crucial jobs would read more
Tipping over is the main cause of injuries and deaths associated with aerial lifts. To reduce the risk of tilting, short metal legs called outriggers are attached to aerial work platforms (AWPs). The purpose of outriggers on scissor lifts and read more