Phoenix, AZ, November 20, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Handling inclement weather has always been a job hazard for aerial lift operators and other aerial work platform (AWP) workers. Even with thorough training, it’s hard to prepare for the unexpected.
Which unique weather-related hazards should aerial lift operators know about? Thanks to a new article and infographic from CertifyMeOnline.net
(CMO), the mystery of Mother Nature is a little less worrisome.
CMO recently published an article and infographic, How Climate Can Affect Aerial Lift
, with in-depth analysis of specific climate hurdles for aerial lift workers, along with tips & tricks to handle unexpected conditions.
“Dealing with bad weather is just one of those things aerial lift operators deal with on a daily basis,” explained Tom Wilkerson, founder & CEO of CertifyMeOnline.net. “AWP workers are expected to do their job, even when Mother Nature isn’t agreeable. With our new article and infographic, anyone can learn about the most common climate hazards, and also what to do in certain situations.”
The infographic covers a climate calendar’s worth of tricky weather conditions, including:
· Cold & ice
· Hot, humid temperatures
· Strong winds
· Slippery surfaces
· Unexpected weather fronts
· And much more
“This infographic and accompanying info supplements our entire OSHA training coursework,” said Mr. Wilkerson. “We wanted to put a creative twist on traditional safety information – instead of the bland & straightforward info you often ready on safety, this resource gives aerial lift employees a more descriptive and colorful platform to learn from.”
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.