About this Webinar

The new ANSI A92 standards require everyone who uses a Mobile Elevating Work Platform (MEWPs) to reevaluate or create a safe use plan, including a step-bystep process for assessing risks and hazards on a job. Operators have died when trapped in the MEWP or when the machine has overturned. Great care must be taken to improve safety in the design, use and training of MEWPs. Formerly called aerial work platforms, MEWP standards affect all owners, operators and supervisors of aerial lifts, including booms and scissor lifts

This informative webinar includes information on:

  • The types of MEWPs and why it’s critical to minimize
    risks associated with each type of equipment.
  • The most fatal and serious injuries involving MEWPs.
  • Control measures that make using MEWPs in the
    workplace safer.
  • What specific training must be provided to operators
    and their supervisors by the company.
  • Requirements for inspection, maintenance and
    examination.
  • How your company can get certified by attending
    a recognized operator training course.

Who

This event is for Owners, Presidents, Safety, HR, and Plant Management; Superintendents, and Project Managers

Speakers

Tim Peterson, CHST, is a 25-year veteran of OECS, performing thousands of employee trainings and audits across general industry and construction. As Vice President of Operations and a member of the company’s leadership team, he manages field operations throughout the Midwest, helping clients manage their regulatory issues with his extensive experience

Kasey Clowe is a safety consultant and field associate with OECS, starting with the company in 2020 after serving for 20 years as Safety Director/Project Manager for a commercial construction company, where his work included being directly responsible for managing the safety and risk associated with construction projects and company operations. Projects included US Bank Stadium, Target Field, Bill Snyder Family Stadium, TCO Performance Center, Soldier Field and many of the highrise buildings in the Midwest.

Presented by OECS

OSHA Environmental Compliance Systems (OECS) is the Midwest’s leading consulting firm. For almost 30 years, OECS has provided the highest-quality workplace safety consulting services to small and mid-sized manufacturing and construction firms. We implement a proven process with clients that helps them obtain their safety goals year in and year out.

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