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© Easy Guides Australia A boom-type elevating work platform means; a powered telescoping device, hinged device or articulated device or any combination of these used to support a platform on which personnel, equipment and materials may be elevated to perform work and which has a boom length of 11 metres or more. Note: A boom-type elevating work platform with a boom length less than 11 metres does not require a certificate to operate. HOWEVER, YOU MUST BE TRAINED TO OPERATE THIS MACHINE.
© Easy Guides Australia An example of an elevating work platform outrigger/stabiliser Frame Tower Boom Tower Lift Cylinder Turntable Upright Upright Level Cylinder Main Lift Cylinder Main Telescopic Cylinder Main Boom Slave Level Cylinder
© Easy Guides Australia Question 1: What equipment must be worn at all times when you are working in the basket of an EWP (Elevating Work Platform)? Answer: All persons in the basket must wear: a) a safety helmet b) a safety harness with attached lanyard c) other personal protective equipment (PPE) for the job you are doing. EWP basket
© Easy Guides Australia Question 10. How do you know how much load an EWP can carry ? Answer: Add the weight of the gear, the tools and the people. This must not be more than the SWL (Safe Working Load) of the Elevating Work Platform. ++= or less than SWL the gear 40 kg MUST KNOW COMPETENCY the tools 20 kg the people 80 kg140 kg SWL 250kg
© Easy Guides Australia Question 17. When chemicals are being used from the basket of an EWP, what safety action must you take? Answer: TRY NOT TO PUT DIFFERENT CLASSES OF CHEMICALS TOGETHER Make sure MSDSs (Material Safety Data Sheets) have been supplied by the supplier. The MSDS will tell you: the right PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) to wear for those chemicals. what to do in case of a spillage or emergency in the EWP.
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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.
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