Posts Categorized: Bucket Trucks

While bucket truck operators should have received training before going out on a job, everyone could use a reminder of the tips for safely operating an aerial lift, more commonly known as a bucket truck. This includes administrative workers, company executives, and owners. Fatalities may happen because of electrocution, falls, tip-overs and collapses. Employers are…

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Accidents could easily happen when operating a bucket truck. While you won’t be able to prevent some of the accidents caused by others, you could definitely minimize the hazards. Safety isn’t just about ensuring that the equipment is working properly. Safety at the work site and ensuring that rubberneckers don’t run into the truck, the…

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Through the years, we have worked on several types of bucket trucks, ranging from 29 feet to over 200 feet of working height. We even put together bucket trucks for off road use. However, the bucket truck is much older than Drake-Scruggs.