Articulating and telescopic booms are designed to carry personnel to elevated work locations.
Equipment maintenance vs. rental: The delicate balance every rental company plays.
Genie Safety Minute: Safety On Slopes
There are many ways to buy used aerial work platforms in today’s technology-driven world.
Genie Safety Minute: Pre-Operation Inspection
Many customers ask: “Can I use my Genie®battery-powered aerial in cold environments, like food processing facilities, cold storage units or in cold climates?”
There are specific hazards associated with operating Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs).
Genie Safety Minute is intended to facilitate health and safety discussions on the job site.
Beep… beep… It’s a familiar sound on any construction site meant to warn others that a piece of construction equipment is backing up.
In addition to the terminology and language changes in the new ANSI A92 and CSA B354 standards, which are projected to go into effect in 2020, the standards also include several big changes to the equipment itself.
For the first time in 25 years, fines levied by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will increase, under a provision in the new budget deal President Obama signed into law on November 2, 2015.
One of the most important rules when operating an aerial work platform is that it must only be elevated on a firm and level surface capable of supporting the weight of the machine.
Equipment decals: The cool, informative and potentially life-saving ink found on all aerial work platforms.
We know keeping your equipment up and running on the job is at the utmost importance for your business.
Safety is at the core of the Genie culture, and we want it to be at the core of your company culture too.
Today’s business climate demands that you carefully consider how best to manage your fleet to maximize the rental return on invested capital (rROIC).
After decades of preparation, aerials with Tier 4 Final engines are beginning to find their way into your rental fleets.
ANSI A92 and CSA B354 standards are about to get a facelift.
With rental equipment constantly going out and coming in, less time in the shop translates to more time out on rent.
Rental fleet managers work hard to find the precise balance between a machine’s age, hours, maintenance and depreciation expenses to determine the optimum time to retire or replace a machine.