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Scissor Lift Safety Checklist Template


Regardless of where you are using a scissor lift or why, you should always follow a standard operating procedure when lifting people, materials, or equipment. This prioritizes safety, prevents falls, and minimizes damages and injuries. Before operating the scissor lift, employees should inspect the following components:

  • • Floor
  • • Tires
  • • Beams
  • • Guardrails
  • • Anchors
  • • Mechanics
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Scissor Lift Safety Checklist Template

Audit

Main Info

Serial Number

Hour meter

Nominal capacity

General info

Tires in good conditions

Presence of fire extinguishers

Beams stability

Platform: Absent of loose or missing pieces

Floor

Absent of any structural damages

Absent of holes

Absent of cracks in the welds

Absent of grease and/or dirt

Guardrail

Ease of movement

Interlocking

Locking

Fall prevention

Floor anchors available

Information

Plates, danger and warning labels that are clean and readable

Mechanic

Fluids levels

Leaks

Loosened connections

Checking operations

Horn

Headlights/rotary headlights

Warning lights and sounds

Emergency cutoff

Primary controls

Secondary controls

Indicating dials

Brakes

Stabilizers

Scissor elevating system

Sign off

Operator

Supervisor

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