Two Post Vehicle Lift Toolbox Talk (UK) Mobile App
Two post vehicle lifts are used throughout the motor vehicle repair (MVR) industry, particularly in tire and exhaust fitting centers.
How does it work?
Two-post lifts have gained popularity over the last 20 years and now outsell more traditional four-post lifts because they are available at increasingly lower cost. Two-post lifts have been used in garages mainly for car and truck inspection and routine vehicle servicing, and now are also commonly used for major work activities. Two-post vehicle lifts typically comprise two upright columns - a master or powered column plus an auxiliary (sometimes referred to as a slave). Some columns are connected by a structural overhead beam, which keep the columns rigid under the load. Of course, there are some hazards using lift equipment. There have been a number of occasions where vehicles have fallen from raised lifts, mostly resulting in vehicle damage, and there is always a risk of serious or fatal injury. Before using a two-post lift, take time to peruse the Two Post Vehicle Toolbox Talk (UK) app and get acquainted with safety features and PUWER regulations.
You can find more Toolbox Talk forms for the UK in the GoCanvas store.