Electrical Testing of Insulated Aerial Lift Devices
Insulated aerial lift devices are used extensively throughout the electric utility industry to provide both primary and secondary electrical protection to the utility worker. Knowledge and skills in conducting aerial lifts provide the needed electrical protection.
This program is designing to impart and improve knowledge and skill required for performing high voltage testing of aerial lifts and for interpreting of results. Primary emphasis on the use of high voltage D.C. although the use of high voltage A.C. will be covered.
Who Should Attend
This training program is for personnel that conduct high voltage tests on insulated aerial lifts, those that have supervisory responsibility for such work, and those in the safety department. The program includes acceptance and maintenance testing both articulating and telescoping lift trucks. The program also includes use of continuous current monitors for bare hand hot line work.
Course Fee and Registration
The Course fee of $450.00 per registrant includes the following:
Compilation of A92.2 Standards
Text notes by the instructors
Technical Articles of interest
Transportation to and from the test site
Morning and afternoon coffee/soft drink breaks
Advanced registration is recommended since the class size will be limited due to the hand-on instruction. Refund requests received less than 5 days a session will be subject to a $25.00 charge.
Classes will be conducted at the Drury Inn & Suites Birmingham Lakeshore Drive 160 State Farm Pkwy, Birmingham, AL (google map) (205)940-9500. Contact the Drury Inn directly at (205)940-9500 for room reservations and request our special group rate ($104.00) Reference our group name of "VON Corporation.". Each registrant is responsible for meals except those outlined under "Course Fee and Registration. Reasonably priced eating facilities are within walking distance. Cab fare to the Drury Inn is approximately $35, and Birmingham has Lyft and Uber service from the airport.