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training seminars  

Aerial Work Platforms: (AWP)

Boom Lifts: (straight and articulating lifts) ANSI A92.5  

Scissor Lift: (slab and rough terrain) ANSI A92.6

Manual Propelled 1 Man Lifts: ANSI A92.2

Bucket Truck and Trailer Mounted Lifts: ANSI A92.2

Fork Lifts: (power industrial truck PIT) 1910.178 

Warehouse: class 1, 4, and 5

Construction: (rough terrain) class 7

Earthmoving Equipment: (EME)
Skid Steer
Wheel Loader
Back-Hoe Loader

Mine Excavators



All above seminars are available in train the trainer on request


Training at your site  

All DEC Safety Training LLC training courses can be conducted at your facility or job site. All that is required is a meeting room conducive to training and have the equipment type being trained on. Instructor travel expenses may apply.  

Aerial work platform:

The employer shall have each employee who performs work while on an Aerial Work Platform (boom and scissor lift) trained/educated by a person qualified in the subject matter to recognize the hazards associated with the type of Aerial Work Platform (boom & scissor lift being used and to understand the procedures to control or minimize those hazards.

This Aerial Work Platform (AWP) safety course is designed for drivers, workers, and supervisors, emphasizing hazard identification and safe work practices that apply to all Aerial Work Platform.

Topics the program will cover include:

  • Purpose of Operator Training (General Training and Familiarization)
  • Your Responsibilities OSHA and ANSI A92 (owner, user, operator)
  • Pre-Operator Inspection
  • Function Test
  • Jobsite Inspection (recognize hazards)
  • Safety Rules for Safe Operation & Fall Equipment
  • Safe Fueling procedures
  • Parking, Stowing, and Shutdown
  • Written Review
  • Practical Exam Operate Equipment



Certification: The employer shall certify that each operator has been trained and evaluated as required by this paragraph (I). OSHA CFR 1910.178 mandates that all businesses with employees that operate forklifts must train and certify those employees in proper, safe operation and handling of the forklift.


An evaluation of each powered industrial truck operator's performance shell be conducted at least once every three years.


Topics the program will cover include:

  • Purpose and need of Operator Training
  • Your Responsibilities (OSHA 1910.178)
  • Pre-Operator Inspections
  • Function Test
  • Jobsite Inspection (recognize hazards & hand signals)
  • Safety Rules for Safe operation (load chart principles & vehicle stability
  • Safe Fueling procedures
  • Parking, Stowing and Shutdown
  • Written Review
  • Practical Exam Operate Equipment

Included in each program:

Formal classroom instruction and practical exercises, all required course materials a operator Certificate & Identification card are presented to each participant who successfully completes the safety training course. If you are in need of Operator Safety Training on-site, please choose (quote needed) and let us know your specific training needs.



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