Mobile Elevating Lifting Platform Training - SA Platforms
Mobile Elevating Lifting Platform Training
For real, relevant and relationship-based training, talk to SA Platforms. They have been doing great things in this industry for years now. For comprehensive and professional Mobile Elevating Lifting Platform Training, which is endorsed by the Services Seta and Institute for Work at Heights (IWH), they offer:
- Full course for novices (Minimum 3 days)
- License re-certification course (Minimum 2 days)
- Recognition of Previous Learning (RPL) option (Minimum 2 days)
- Type-specific training is also available (1 day per type) Note: all learners attending our courses, will be given in addition to usual learning material:
- Laminated pocket pre-inspection checklist
- Laminated pocket risk analysis checklist
- Actual A4 risk analysis and pre-inspection documentation ready for use
Contact details: Marcell – 082 850 5226 – email@example.com
SA Platforms is an excellent company that rents and sells Cherry pickers under the Genie brand. Since they started they have experienced incredible growth because of their commitment to customer satisfaction and safety. They not only offer good advice but also exist to make your work safe, effective and efficient. That means they help you enhance workplace productivity, which they believe to be a socially responsible practice.
They have a reliable source of Genie Lifting Platforms enables them to sell and rent out a variety of Cherry Pickers (Lifting Platforms) to suit your needs.
- Scissor Lifts
- Telescopic Boom Lifts
- Articulated Boom Lifts
- Aerial Work Platforms
- Deliver the Cherry Picker (Lifting Platform) to your doorstep
- Train and certify Cherry Picker (Lifting Platform) Operators in order that they can safely, and effectively operate Lifting Machines
In the event that you do not have an operator, they will source and train an operator for you.
There are many types of cherry picker machines, some of which are trailer mounted and driven by diesel motors or electric or even both. To get a better idea of some of the most popular machines you can go to their website.
They also have a Facebook page.