As a global aerial lift manufacturing company, we put operator safety first. It is the most important consideration in the design and production of every piece of equipment at Versalift, and at our sister brands. Operator safety begins with safe and reliable equipment, but it is maintained through ongoing training. Experienced linemen are highly safety conscious, and they are always careful on the jobsite. Versalift offers a suite of equipment training programs, including live, on-site training sessions led by experts from local Versalift distributors.
Safe Operation Requires Ongoing Equipment Training
Additionally, self-paced equipment training courses are available for individual Versalift units at https://versalift.com/aerial-lift-training/, where course participants are taken through an interactive set of courses on equipment safety, basic operation and emergency procedures are learned and quizzed. While operators can familiarize themselves with safe operating procedures on-line, there is no substitute for hands-on training.
Time Manufacturing Company
All of Time Manufacturing Company brands focus on safety. Our sister company Aspen Aerials makes under bridge inspection lifts. These trucks have multi-boom lifts just like Versalift, however they are designed to articulate down instead of up. Nonetheless, safety is paramount. In the coming months, Aspen will offer a detailed safety school, and we thought that Versalift customers might want to learn more about this as Aspen Aerials and Versalift share engineering teams. A lot of learning across both types of companies is shared among the teams.
Aspen Aerials Safety School
Aspen Aerials, a Time Manufacturing Company brand, offers a popular annual in-person service school to bridge inspection equipment operators and technicians.
Underbridge Inspection Equipment: Factory Training For All Experience Levels
Underbridge Inspection Equipment Service School at Aspen Aerials is popular among the industry’s top technicians and engineers who use and maintain Aspen Aerials equipment. Even the most experienced operators & technicians will benefit from this classroom and “hands-on” troubleshooting course. Instruction in hydraulic systems, electric controls and limit functions will be provided. At Service School, technicians, inspectors and engineers stay up-to-date on the most recent safety and regulatory procedures, as well as the latest technology on the brand new bridge inspection equipment.
Underbridge Inspection Equipment Service School 2022
Underbridge Inspection Equipment Service School is offered by Aspen Aerials each year. This two-day learning and training event enables bridge inspection engineers, contractors, and service providers to keep their operators and service technicians up to date on the service and maintenance of underbridge inspection equipment. This year, Service School will be offered Sept. 27-28th, 2022, at the Aspen Aerials facility in Duluth, Minnesota.
Underbridge Inspection Equipment Service School – Train On State Of The Art Equipment
Underbridge Inspection Service School at Aspen Aerials features the use of state-of-the-art equipment for instruction in inspection, maintenance, repair and safe operation. Over the two days of both group and individual learning sessions, Service School participants will learn how equipment has been updated and how to operate the new equipment safely and efficiently. Service School covers equipment troubleshooting and service for hydraulic systems, electric control systems and limit functions. Participating technicians will receive training on principles of safe equipment setup and operation. Participants will also receive training on how to perform a detailed ANSI A92.22 & A92.24 safety inspection review.
Reserve Your Seat Now For Underbridge Inspection Equipment Service School
The cost of Bridge Inspection Equipment Service School is $2,725 which includes meals, 3 nights of lodging, local transportation and all training materials and supplies. Get additional details from our page at Bridge Inspection Equipment Service School, where you can download and print an attendance form. You can also contact Cami or Darin, Aspen Aerials Product Support Personnel, at (218) 624-1111 to reserve your seat. Space is limited and fills up quickly, so please consider submitting your application early.