Genie Safety Minute is intended to facilitate health and safety discussions on the job site.
Your aerial equipment fleet is a huge investment for your rental company, so it’s important that your service technicians are properly trained to perform the necessary maintenance and repair work needed to keep your investment up and running.
“Uptime” is a frequently used industry buzzword that simply refers to the time equipment is on the job and in use.
Quality and safety are built into all Genie® mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs). We use safety and product notices to communicate vital information that may impact the well-being of the operator or the long-term performance of the machines we make.
On Genie® mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) equipped with Deutz engines, it is important to know and understand the machine’s display information in order to control maintenance repair time because controlling maintenance repair time is critical to lowering fleet costs.
Controlling the cost of a MEWP rental fleet is important to be a profitable rental company, but where to begin?
Good operating condition and extended life expectancy of mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) are largely influenced by regular care and maintenance.
There are reasons some aerial work platforms (AWP) is considered a top-tier brand, maintains its value and garners a fairly premium price in the used market.
Rental applications often include demanding tasks that increase the risk of damage for mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) on jobsites.
To aid customers recovering from the damage done during the flooding...
In the mobile elevating work platform (MEWPs) industry the terms “certified” and “qualified” are often used interchangeably in connection with employees who maintain this type of equipment.
Having worked in the Genie® field and phone support for over 20 years, I’ve noticed a couple of things about machine reliability.
For mobile elevating working platforms (MEWPs), ground slope is a major contributor to machine stability and, ultimately, the operator’s safety.
Training in the aerial industry is very important — a life is at stake each and every time someone gets into a piece of aerial equipment.
All preventive maintenance is important, but the manner in which your boom’s extend/retract cables are maintained is vitally important.
You have some satisfied, even delighted, customers.
Having worked in the Genie® field and phone support for over 20 years, I’ve noticed a couple of things about machine reliability
As we celebrated Genie turning 50 in 2016, a lot of people asked what our secret was; how have we succeeded in the aerial industry for over 50 years?