To accommodate everyone, we offer two different training options; operator training to get certified or trainer training to get your own certification and learn to train others as well. Our goal is to provide you with easy and affordable compliant OSHA safety training solutions.
Online is for those who prefer self-paced training from any location or for employers who need to assign and monitor employee training progress and exam scores. Online training is also eligible for bulk pricing discounts for groups of 16+ trainees.
DIY Kit Training
This kit is for those who want to do the fully compliant OSHA training themselves for a group of people anytime, anywhere. It includes a power point presentation and supporting materials. If you need to train a trainer, we offer a "train the trainer" course.
Train The Trainer
Train the trainer courses are online and meant to certify a single individual to use the training kit to train others. The kit (an instant downloadable file available immediately after purchase) is included with the train the trainer online course for no additional cost and is reusable. Results in a lifetime certification.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is a Scissor Lift?
Scissor lifts are a classification of manlift often found in construction and facility maintenance applications designed to elevate workers and their tools to working heights ranging from 19 ft (5.9 m) to 59 ft (17.9 m).
Do you need to be certified to use a scissor lift?
Yes, you do! At Scissor Lift Training we offer easy and affordable solutions to help you get certified. Our OSHA compliant scissor lift certification teaches how you can stay safe while operating a scissor lift.
What Are OSHA Scissor Lift License Requirements?
Scissor lift operators must hold a valid license – without exception. If an operator uses a lift without a license, he or she can expose their employer to multiple risks. In the aforementioned scenario, an unlicensed scissor lift operator risks costly and dangerous accidents. He or she can also put their employer at risk of receiving OSHA penalties.
Is it dangerous to operate a scissor lift?
Yes – without proper scissor lift training or knowledge of OSHA scissor lift requirements. Like any other AWP or MEWP, scissor lifts require a solid understanding of the unique hazards associated with the equipment, along with maintenance requirements.