work platform rental ct

30′ Single Man
AWP Lift

  • Platform Capacity is 350 lb
  • Platform Size is 27 x 44.75 in.
  • Machine Width is  2 ft 5 in.
  • Outriggers out 5 ft 9 in.
  • Machine Weight is 777 lb
1 Day 1 Week 4 Weeks
$200 $375 $700
(Rates do not include trucking or taxes)

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work platform rental ct

40′ Single Man
AWP Lift

  • THIS WILL NOT FIT IN AN ELEVATOR
  • Platform Capacity is 300 lb
  • Platform Size is 27 x 44.75 in.
  • Machine Width is  2 ft 5 in.
  • Outriggers out 7 ft 5 in.
  • Machine Weight is 1,040 lb
1 Day 1 Week 4 Weeks
$300 $500 $1,000
(Rates do not include trucking or taxes)

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Aerial work platform, also known as an AWP, is an industry favorite due to its ease of use, convenience in transporting and flexibility when getting through tight spaces. A quick, one-person setup and simple operation — ideal for use in light-duty construction and indoor maintenance applications.

Things to consider: Ground or surface hazards, holes, slopes (grade of the ground), ramps, drop-offs, ruts, depressions, puddles (may be hiding a pothole), mud, septic tanks, manhole covers, sidewalks, curbs, rocks, speed bumps, etc. Avoid electrocution by maintaining a minimum safe distance of 10 ft from all overhead power lines and always assume that the lines are energized.

Customer Responsibility: Daily service & cleaning, lubrication, insurance, fill batteries daily, tire damage, engine oil, equipment damage, and battery damage. Customer “must” call to terminate rental. Charges will be applied if the machine is not properly maintained, returned dirty, or in damaged condition.

Rental Duration: A monthly rental is comprised of 28 days (4 Weeks)

Aerial Lifts
Protect Yourself

Aerial lifts are vehicle-mounted, boom-supported aerial platforms, such as cherry pickers or bucket trucks, used to access utility lines and other aboveground job sites. The major causes of fatalities are falls, electrocutions, and collapses or tip-overs. Employers must take measures to ensure the safe use of aerial lifts by their workers if they are required to use this equipment in the course of their employment.

Safe Work Practices

  • Make sure that workers who operate aerial lifts are properly trained in the safe use of the equipment.
  • Maintain and operate elevating work platforms according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Never override hydraulic, mechanical, or electrical safety devices.
  • Never move the equipment with workers in an elevated platform unless this is permitted by the manufacturer.
  • Do not allow workers to position themselves between overhead hazards, such as joists and beams, and the rails of the basket. Movement of the lift could crush the worker(s).
  • Maintain a minimum clearance of at least 10 feet, or 3 meters, away from the nearest energized overhead lines.
  • Always treat power lines, wires, and other conductors as energized, even if they are down or appear to be insulated.
  • Use a body harness or restraining belt with a lanyard attached to the boom or basket to prevent the worker(s) from being ejected or pulled from the basket.
  • Set the brakes and use wheel chocks when on an incline.
  • Use outriggers, if provided.
  • Do not exceed the load limits of the equipment. Allow for the combined weight of the worker, tools, and materials.

For more information:

OSHA Occupational
Safety and Health
Administration

U.S. Department of Labor
www.osha.gov (800) 321-OSHA (6742)

OSHA 3267-09R-13