Is your company up to date with OSHA And ANSI regulations regarding the testing of Vehicle-Mounted Elevating or Rotating Aerial Devices?
OSHA 1910.67(c)(3) Standard:
"Electrical tests." Electrical tests shall be made in conformance with the requirements of ANSI A92.2 - 2001, Section 5. However, equivalent DC voltage tests may be used in lieu of the AC voltage test specified in A92.2 - 2001. DC voltage tests which are approved by the equipment manufacturer or equivalent entity shall be considered an equivalent test for the purpose of this paragraph (c)(3).
ANSI A92.2-2001 Standard:
5.3 Electrical Tests For Insulating Aerial Devices
...5.3.2 Qualification Test
Each insulating aerial device shall be tested in accordance with Section 5.4.2 to insure compliance with the Electrical Qualification requirements as appropriate.
If the aerial device is altered or modified by the installer after the Qualification Test is performed, the original Qualification Test is not valid.
If not..... Then let POWER TECH Test and Certify your equipment.