One of the most common questions we receive at Genie is: “Will I be certified to work on/inspect/operate Genie® Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) upon successful completion of a Genie technical service or operator training course?”
Genie Safety Minute is intended to facilitate health and safety discussions on the job site.
Work always has to be done in the air, such as putting ventilation ducts in place, installing HVAC systems, painting ceilings or roofs, mounting electrical boxes, welding structures or trimming trees.
A “Super Boom” was the nickname first given to Genie® boom lifts, breaking through the industry's vertical height ceiling.
Controlling the cost of your rental fleet is important to be a profitable rental company, but where do you begin?
Learn more about light tower types in this month’s Aerial Pros Minute.
Learn more about Genie® Model Naming in this month’s Aerial Pros Minute.
From a training and safety perspective, one of the biggest challenges the industry sees right now is increasing awareness about why safety training is so important.
Capturing customer testimonials is a powerful marketing strategy.
Genie Safety Minute: Key Upcoming ANSI & CSA Changes
What if I were to tell you that, with a single hybrid articulated boom, you could efficiently complete both inside and outdoor projects?
The Chenaux Generating Station on the Ottawa River in Ontario, Canada, uses the river’s current to generate electricity to power nearly 150,000 homes on the grid.
Learn more about boom welder improvements in this month’s Aerial Pros Minute.
A huge thank you to everyone that participated in this Practical Innovations | Ask Me Anything event!
Did you know that Genie has not one but two websites to help you find exactly what you are looking for?
The first iPhone was introduced 10 years ago, which is why it’s so amazing to see how mobile devices (like smartphones) have changed the way much of the population lives and works.
One of the most frequently asked questions we get in the training department at Genie is “what is the different between ‘familiarization’ and ‘general training’ for aerial work platforms?”
Every day, your customers’ inboxes are flooded with newsletters, and it might be hard for your customers to differentiate your rental store’s effort from the competition’s.
The number one priority on any aerial jobsite should be to promote a safe workplace for both the operators and the equipment.
A telehandler is one of the most frequently used tools, and most versatile pieces of equipment on a jobsite.