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© Easy Guides Australia a work platform consisting of a work basket (platform), lifting mechanism and chassis that can raise and lower people and materials. They are commonly used when work must be done at a height without conventional access. A Scissor Lift is: This is not a boom-type elevating work platform. Scissor lifts are hydraulicly raised and lowered on linked, folding supports that draw together to lift the work platform. [See seperate guide for Boom Type Elevating Work Platform. A boom length of 11m or more requires a license.] The information in this show is for operating a Scissor Lift.
© Easy Guides Australia Platform Controls Basket / Platform Notice Signs (Decals) Ground Controls Wheels / Tyres Chassis Pothole Protection System SWL Scissor Arms Safety Prop Access Ladder Stabilisers Example of a Scissor Lift
© Easy Guides Australia Rated Capacity / Safe Working Load (SWL) Add the weight of the gear, the tools and the personnel together to determine the allowable load of the scissor lift. The answer must not exceed the SWL (Safe Working Load) of the scissor lift. 40 kg The gear 20 kg The tools 80 kg The people 140 kg SWL 200 kg combined weight of load For example: + + = Or Less than SWL Rated Capacity / Safe Working Load (SWL)
© Easy Guides Australia Avoid Falls and Tip-overs Accidents such as these can cause significant injury or death. Always be aware of the area around you and operate the scissor lift carefully when working around loading bays, docks or any other raised areas. Keep away from the edge of docks and ramps. Jolting from uneven surfaces is greater at the platform. BE ALERT
© Easy Guides Australia Entering the Platform Enter the platform only when it is fully lowered or when there is an approved landing area. Always face scissor lift and have 3 point contact while mounting or dismounting. NEVER CLIMB THE SCISSOR ARMS TO REACH THE PLATFORM.
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