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Know the Risks of Aerial Lifts

How to not be a statistic when working on or near these machines

To some extent, an aerial lift offers the stability of scaffolding with the mobility of a ladder. OSHA defines “aerial lift” as “any vehicle-mounted device used to elevate personnel.” OSHA says aerial lifts include:

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