FAQ

Global Safety & Equipment is committed promoting and creating a
safety-culture for its customers. Through effective operator training,
worksite hazard identification consultations, and safety program
planning, our goal is ZERO incidents!
 
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Do operators of AERIAL WORK PLATFORMS need formal training?

Yes! Both to satisfy regulatory compliance(OSHA)1926.454(a) & ANSI (generally) Section 7.6 and to ensure operators are familiar with their responsibilities.

What types of training is required for Aerial Work Platforms?

  • General Operator Training Course
  • Model Specific Familiarization.

Who is required to provide training?

Whenever the user (employer) directs or authorizes an individual (employee) to operate an aerial work platform, the user shall ensure the person has been trained, familiarized, made aware of their responsibilities, and be retrained when required.

Why choose the GSE Operator Training Course?

Global Safety provides a comprehensive and interactive training experience that educates candidates of regulatory governing bodies, their roles and regulations that shall be adhered to, techniques to achieve effective hazard identification, and avoidance planning. Furthermore, trainees shall learn procedures for effective job site analysis, machine inspection, proper operation, and the utilization of required fall protection devices. Finally, after successfully completing the course, operators will lead by example in the care, custody, and control of AWP’s.

What are the collateral advantages of using GSE?

Industry born training. GSE is built on 25 years of experience in the aerial work platform and rental industries. Equipment safety is what we do! GSE is also an active member and contributor to industry guiding regulatory associations.

Can GSE help me manage my safety program?

Yes! Upon successful completion of the course attended, graduates will receive a wallmount certificate of completion and/or wallet card. GSE offers additional programs in periodic evaluation, retraining, fall protection device inspection, and effective enforcement (and enforcement programs) to facilitate a safety culture for your business.