Aerial Lift Certification Announces 10 Keys to Aerial Lift Safety in 2015

Aerial Lift Certification offers OSHA compliant training for aerial work platform operators. Safety is the #1 priority of ALC, and with this in mind, they are releasing a list of 10 Keys to Aerial Lift Safety in 2015.

Phoenix, AZ, December 24, 2014 --( Aerial Lift Certification, a leading provider of online industrial equipment training, has recently announced their “10 Keys to Aerial Lift Safety” for 2015.

This information arrives at an opportune and crucial time for many warehouse supervisors, work crew leaders and anyone else involved with aerial lifts, aerial work platforms (AWPs), boom lifts and other similar lifting equipment.

“A new year can bring new changes to OSHA rules,” said an Aerial Lift Certification executive. “And while not all new years are the same, one thing that should never change is safe aerial lift work practices.”

ALC has stressed 10 points to make aerial lift operations in 2015 as safe as possible. The full list can be found on their blog:
1) 1). Watch for overhead hazards. These include telephone lines, tree branches, signs, building overhangs and other obstacles

2). Ensure the aerial lift terrain is stable and sure-footed. Many accidents happen when the aerial lift shifts due to poor stability, uneven surfaces, debris and other easy-to-overlook hazards

Click here to read the rest of ALC's aerial lift safety tips.

“With OSHA guidelines always changing, we thought it would be a good idea to stay one step ahead of the curve heading into 2015,” an ALC spokesperson said. “This is just one more initiative that sets Aerial Lift Certification apart from the competition.”

Aerial Lift Certification also supplies timely updates on their website blog, which includes industry news, OSHA updates, accident reports and more.

About Aerial Lift Certification:
Aerial Lift Certification provides OSHA-compliant training for all types of aerial work platform operators. As part of the CertifyMe family of online training (, and, ALC is an effective & affordable solution for all your aerial lift training requirements. With 3 types of custom-tailored training available, Aerial Lift Certification can handle all of your OSHA safety needs. For more information about our company and how we can help, please visit the Aerial Lift Certification contact page, or call us directly at (888) 278-8896.
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Tom Wilkerson