Elevated Work Platform Operator ~ EWP-02~ Monday December 18, 2017 ~ 1:00 pm

ID: 6904

$295.00 $195.00

Elevated Work Platform Training Certification

EWP1, EWP2 Course Length: 6 hours Course Overview

Paramount Safety Consulting Inc. provides Elevated Work Platform Operator Certification Training in a classroom based training environment which covers the theoretical and practical portion along with a written evaluation to prove due diligence.

This course sets out to ensure compliance with the safe operation of Elevated Work Platforms guideline. The employer shall maintain up-to-date written records showing who provided and who received training under this section and the date when it was provided. Paramount Safety Consulting Inc. will keep electronic records of each participant that are available at a moment’s notice.

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Product Description


Elevated Work Platform



The purpose of this training is to ensure the safe use, inspection and operation of aerial work platforms or elevating work platforms. Emphasis  in the control of the hazards associated with the use of this equipment. This comprehensive training program is designed to offer both theoretical and practical site specific onsite training to meet and exceed compliance requirements for both the employer and workers using this type of equipment. The EWP-01 and EWP-02 course objectives meets and exceeds the requirements under the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act, Section 143 to Section 149 Construction Regulation 213/91. This course also meets the requirements of the  Industrial Regulations 851 as well as the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) standards CAN /CSA-B354.1 for non-self-propelled and self-propelled elevating work platforms. Equipment covered within the program are commonly referred to as scissor lift, skyjack, genie, zoom-boom, and articulating.

Training Objectives:

  • Safe work practices Elevated Work Platform Operators
  • General operating procedures
  • Daily Operator Circle Check
  • Start up Procedures
  • Shutdown Procedures
  • Hazard identification
  • Information on workplace protections and worker’s rights
  • Recognition of hazards associated with Elevated Work Platforms


  • Training (of both operators and those working near lifting devices)
  • Safe Operating procedures
  • Elevated Work Platform selection criteria
  • Proof of prior training to be provided prior to course commencement.


  • Participant receives laminated certificate card.
  • Employer receives record of training.
  • Registered number assigned to Certification Card
  • Electronic registry