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7 Jul Brief overview of ANSI A • Review/Discuss ANSI changes. • Discuss impact on A Publication/Effective Date. • Publication. ANSI/SIA A – for. Vehicle-Mounted Elevating and Rotating Aerial Devices. American National Standards Institute. 11 West 42nd Street New York, New. ANSI A Vehicle Mounted Elevating and Rotating Work Platforms. The BookReader requires JavaScript to be enabled. Please check that your browser.

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All unsafe items shall be replaced or repaired before use. Be the first to submit a comment.

A92.2: The 2009 Standard

The subcommittee worked on the standard from until its eventual approval in July A significant change found in the design of insulated units is a requirement that lower controls be readily accessible in all boom positions and be installed such that an operator is not placed in the electrical path between the aerial device and the ground.

Overhead obstructions and anei conductors. Of note was a clarification snsi to the role of the chassis insulating system: Switching and Tagging July-August Proper operation of interlocks. Controls return to neutral when released and not sticking. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Please first log in with a s92.2 email before subscribing to alerts. Upper controls that incorporate components for their electrical resistance should be tested to assure resistance by testing them at either 40 kV AC or 56 kV DC for 3 minutes with a maximum current level of microamperes for the AC test and 56 microamperes for the DC test.


Subscribe to this blog post Unsubscribe. The Draft of the Standard was balloted twice by the committee and by ANSI rules was opened for public comment a29.2 to final approval. The newly revised A Insulated Insulating Aerial Device — An aerial device with dielectric components designed and tested to meet the specific electrical insulating rating consistent with the manufacturer’s identification plate. Equipment Operations Safety Management.

ANSI Approves Revised A92.2 Standard for Vehicle-Mounted Aerial Lifts | Construction News

It clarifies the categories of insulated units with special attention given to the type of protection offered to the worker by the unit versus personal protective equipment. Add to Alert PDF. Upper controls that incorporate components for their electrical resistance shall be tested to assure resistance by testing them at 40 kV 60 Hz r.

It serves only to remind the operator that the outriggers have or have not been deployed. Live-line tool rods, tubes and poles shall be designed and constructed to withstand the following minimum tests: Excessive slopes, drop-offs, curbs and floor obstructions.

ANSI A Vehicle Mounted Elevating and Rotating Work Platforms

It is the responsibility of the purchaser to notify the manufacturer of the unit model and serial number and the name and address of the new owner within 60 days. Author’s recent posts More posts from author Friday, 17 December A Comments No comments made yet.


All damaged items shall be replaced andi repaired before the unit is returned to service. Road or worksite traffic. Instructional markings shall be provided for:.

Check functionality of emergency controls. If amsi winch line is used to lift energized apparatus, the energized apparatus shall be insulated from the jib tip with electrical protection devices that are rated, tested and maintained for the appropriate line voltage.

Since then, asi standard has been reissued in four editions inandand most recently in Insulating devices when used for bare-hand work Category A require shunting of an existing chassis insulating system. The revision of A If the owner uses other entities as agents, e. The strength requirement shall apply only to the anchorage s and their attachments to the boom, platform or platform mounting.

The operators section was also reorganized to match the inspection requirements in Section 8. Perform functional test to include, but not limited to, the following: Whenever a dealer or installer directs personnel to operate an aerial device inspecting, sales demonstrations or any form of usethe dealer or installer shall assume the responsibilities of users as specified in Section 9 of this standard.