Aerial Lift Certification Upgrades Website | Construction News

Aerial Lift Certification, Phoenix, Ariz., has announced that is has made its website friendly to access by all types of electronic devices and easier to use.

The company says that no matter what device visitors use -- computer, mobile phone, or tablet -- the site has an easy-to-navigate design and responds to all interactions.

Owner Tom Wilkerson said, "We learn more about our customers
each day, and we know that they are on the go more than ever before. Of our monthly visitors to ALC, 20% are coming to our site on a mobile device. We want to keep our user experience pleasant and make our website easy to navigate, no matter how our customers are accessing it.”

With this new responsive design, Aerial Lift Certification has made it easier than ever for customers to get employees certified on aerial lifts. The company offers on-site training that can be completed on the customer's schedule in about an hour.

ALC also offers a “Train the Trainer” program, in which a customer can have one employees become certified to train others in the proper use of aerial and scissor lifts. Using that program has proven to reduce the overall cost of training employees, increase safety and awareness of proper lift use, and significantly decrease workplace accidents and OSHA-imposed fines.

Aerial Lift Certification says that its website has been growing in popularity, and Wilkerson says, "We've seen a huge jump in member sign-ups in recent months. We believe that this is because we offer our customers something of significant value at an affordable price.”

The company says its goal is providing simplified, cost-effective, and efficient aerial lift training programs for businesses. Each of its programs is designed to offer full training by experienced, seasoned, OSHA-certified operators in the existing workplace, helping to create a safer environment for workers while avoiding unnecessary off-site training expenses
and overtime fees.