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OSHA Hazard Alert Reports Preventable Incidents That CertifyMeOnline.com Aims to Address


Phoenix, AZ, May 30, 2017 --(PR.com)-- In the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s latest Hazard Alert, a report of recommendations and descriptions of mandatory safety and health standards, it was reported that in a one-year period 10 preventable fatalities and more than 20 preventable injuries due to aerial lifts were investigated.

OSHA’s investigation found that a majority of these injuries and fatalities were the result of employers not addressing fall protection, stabilization and positioning of equipment. OSHA is urging that only trained workers operate aerial lifts and that employers provide training for employees that are in roles that require use of equipment.

Proper use of aerial lifts includes maintaining the equipment, following the manufacturer’s instructions, providing workers training and needed personal protective equipment, and implementing safe work practices.

“Safety is at the core of what we do at CertifyMeOnline.net,” says Tom Wilkerson owner of CertifyMeOnline.net. “For years, we have been the trusted source for aerial lift certification by employers, trainers and employees that need to comply with OSHA regulations. We strive to train aerial lift operators to identify and eliminate risk factors that will ultimately prevent injuries and fatalities like those reported in this OSHA Hazard Alert.”

OSHA standards employers are required to protect workers from hazards associated with operating equipment. Additionally, workers have the right to receive information and training in a language they understand regarding workplace hazards, methods to prevent them and the OSHA standards that apply to the operation of equipment. CertifyMeOnline.net has certification courses available online that satisfy these OSHA training requirements and ensure that companies will pass audits.

CertifyMeOnline.net offers OSHA-compliant operator training, aerial and scissor lift safety certification, operator cards and hands-on evaluation forms. In addition to CertifyMeOnline.net’s certification courses for employees and workers, it also offers courses for trainers and evaluators, and all training certifications are available in both English and Spanish.

Certifications with CertifyMeOnline.net begin at $75 per individual and can be completed entirely online. Trainees receive free three-year renewals, access to the training at any time and can print proof of training after the certification is completed with laminated cards mailed to the employer within a week of completion. Countless Fortune 500 companies and government agencies have trusted CertifyMeOnline.net to train employees and remain OSHA compliant without the hassle and expenses of in-person classroom training.

For more information on CertifyMeOnline.net including training opportunities, visit www.certifymeonline.net.

About CertifyMeOnline.net: CertifyMeOnline.net is an online training platform that provides training approved by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for aerial lift, scissor lift and aerial work platform (AWP) operators. All CertifyMeOnline.net instruction modules are available for completion from any device that can connect to the internet and do not require any in-person training or purchase of additional study materials. CertifyMeOnline.net is a preferred training supplier for many small, medium-sized and large businesses throughout the United States because of its quality training, schedule-friendly coursework and affordable rates. CertifyMeOnline.net has helped more than 20,000 companies obtain OSHA-compliant certifications without the hassle of scheduling time off or doubt that the training is OSHA approved. For more information about CertifyMeOnline.net, visit www.certifymeonline.net or call (602) 277-0615.
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