With proper telehandler training and aerial lift training, you can walk onto the job site knowing you have the right credentials. AccessReady connects operators with JLG-qualified trainers to complete OSHA and ANSI compliant training.
Learn more at: https://www.jlg.com/en/training/operator-training
What if you could radically simplify the sizing and configuring of aerial lifts for your construction projects? And, what if you could instantly access an OEM’s operation and safety manuals, as well as a variety of video content, from the palm of your hand?
Those are just two of the capabilities offered by the JLG® Augmented Reality app to help your operators better understand and use their machines, part of the company’s growing suite of connected solutions.
This free tool, available for Apple and Android smartphones, enables you to properly select equipment for your projects and configure it with the accessories you need to get your work done efficiently. It also assists with controls familiarization, decal translations and annual inspections, helping your operators work more proficiently.
The JLG AR app puts focused information that equipment owners, operators and service technicians need at their fingertips, in the field, displayed in useful formats on tools they already own.
In this whitepaper, we take a closer look at how this technology offers solutions to two of the most common challenges in the construction industry today:
Sizing and configuring equipment
Helping operators better understand and use their machines
This whitepaper is a resource to help you better understand how leveraging augmented reality technology can streamline your work and save you time and money.
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Ideal for outdoor construction and industrial applications, Genie® engine-powered articulating Z™ booms provide lifting versatility with a combination of up, out and over positioning capabilities and outreach that’s second to none.
ANSI A92.22 & CSA B354.7
This standard governs the safe use of MEWPs by specifying proper application, inspection, training, maintenance, repair and safe operation. One of the main requirements is developing a safe use program to guide MEWP use as it relates to job site safety.
To develop an effective safe use program that complies with new requirements, it’s important to perform a site risk assessment before starting a job. This assessment should:
- Define the task, location and timing of the work
- Inform MEWP selection
- Evaluate MEWP-related, job-specific and additional risks
- Identify controls like proper training and rescue planning
Step 2: Once a safety plan has been developed, it should be shared with everyone who will be on site during the work. The updated standards outline new requirements for many roles as they relate to a safe use program.
- Operator: Is trained and authorized to operate the MEWP
- Occupant: Has knowledge of MEWP use and safety, including fall protection systems
- Supervisor: Monitors use of MEWP to ensure safety plan is followed
- Technician: Performs MEWP maintenance in line with manufacturer’s requirements
A safe and convenient attachment for handling rebar and rebar cages. A popular attachment with metal building erectors. Used for handling long metal building beams as well as sheet metal roofing and siding. Universal Fit - “slip-on-forks” - Designed for use with rough terrain forklifts, either straight mast or extendable reach. It comes equipped with fork pockets that will accept up to 7” wide x 3” thick forks.
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