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Customers often ask these two questions: How much light they need for a particular type of jobsite, and how much light output comes from a light tower that is used on site? OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) takes a bit of the mystery…
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Why does the location of the link stack matter on a scissor lift? Check out this months Aerial Pros Minute:
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The current ANSI and CSA standards for safe use and training have not been updated for many years (the current ANSI boom, scissor lift and manually propelled standards were last updated in 2006, and CSA standards go back even further). Now in an effort to…
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Learn more about the Genie Telehandlers through this 15 minute interactive presentation:        
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Training in the aerial industry is very important — operator safety is the number one priority each and every time someone gets into a piece of aerial equipment. I don’t say this for dramatic effect, I say it because it’s true. Read more at Genie Aerial Pros: http://aerialpros.genielift.com/2016/05/19/tech-training/
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Over the last 10 years, our rental customers have become extremely more proficient in the tracking of rental fleets by machine — revenue generated, rental rates, time of utilization, maintenance/repair costs, interest costs, downtime, warranty…
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Learn more about the Genie Boom Lifts through this 15 minute interactive presentation:
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Kicking the tires and lighting the fires isn’t enough A piece of equipment just returned off a rental contract and is scheduled to quickly return to the field. Before it does, it must be thoroughly inspected before the next rental. Every time…no matter…
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The number one priority on any aerial jobsite should be to promote a safe workplace for both the operators and the equipment. To do this, it is important for everyone onsite to follow safety rules and regulations set forth by industry agencies such as…
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We know keeping your equipment up and running on the job is at the utmost importance for your business. Uptime is what keeps your equipment in the field and out of the shop. Proper upkeep and maintenance is also critical to keeping your customers and…
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