Looking for Boom Lift hire in Brisbane? Flexihire makes it easy across our extensive range of Boom Lifts and Cherry Pickers for hire. Spanning market-leading brands such as JLG, Haulotte, Genie, Nifty and Snorkel, you’ll be guaranteed to find a boom lift suited to all of your height, reach and working environment requirements. Operating from three convenient locations in Greater Brisbane – Rocklea, Caboolture and Loganholme – the Flexihire range includes knuckle (articulating) booms and stick (telescopic) booms, across Cherry Pickers, Electric Knuckle Boom Lifts, Diesel Knuckle Boom Lifts and Diesel Stick Booms. We also have a range of rough terrain features available to ensure that you’ll have an easy time operating on your site. Flexihire can also provide transport for a Boom Lift to and from your location, no matter how remote the job site might be. Additionally, if you have questions about Boom Lift license requirements or other Boom Lift regulations, we’ll be more than happy to help. Contact Flexihire today for your Brisbane boom lift hire solutions.
How Much to Hire a Boom Lift?
The cost of hiring a Boom Lift will vary on the size and model you choose for your needs, as well as the length of time you require it for. We aim to provide the best possible deal on reliable equipment that’s ready to go when you need it most – so to get a fast, accurate quote on Boom Lift Hire, simply give us a call on 1300 353 944 or click here.
Do You Need a Ticket to Operate a Boom Lift?
Currently, Boom Lifts with a length of less than 11 metres doesn’t require a license. However, operating a Boom Lift is considered a high-risk activity – accordingly, Flexihire requires everyone who hires a Boom Lift of any height or size to be aware of this risk and be harnessed into the machine. Additionally, if you’re looking to hire a Boom Lift with a length of more than 11 metres, you must also demonstrate that you have the appropriate credentials. By signing the Flexihire Hire Agreement, the hirer agrees to ensure that the operator is competent to operate the equipment.
How High Can A Boom Lift Go?
There are multiple different types of Boom Lift, each of which is designed with different considerations in mind – for example, a Cherry Picker is typically designed to be used on flat, stable surfaces for functions such as tree lopping, painting or cleaning. An Electric Knuckle Boom Lift, by contrast, features an articulated arm which is used for reaching harder-to-access spots within an industrial context. Within these context, different models may also have slightly different specifications. Accordingly, Flexihire offers a broad range of Boom Lifts which be used for a variety of different functions. Our range currently includes Boom Lifts which reach from 10 metres to 38 metres.
Are There Any Regulations For Operating A Boom Lift?
In Queensland, Boom Lifts with a length of less than 11 metres don’t require a license. However, any Boom Lift which goes higher than this does require a certificate of competency, which is issued via the OHS authority. It’s important to note that having a license does not necessarily mean that you are qualified to operate all types of Boom Lift; make sure you consult your paperwork before deciding on a hire. Boom Lift models also have wind speed restrictions on their operation, in order to protect the device and the people operating it. If the maximum wind speed is 12.5 metres per second, that means the Boom Lift is only for indoor use. Boom Lifts must also not be used outdoors if there is the possibility of a lightning strike. Flexihire also has several safety requirements above and beyond current standards. When hiring a Boom Lift with a length of more than 11 metres, you must also demonstrate that you have the appropriate credentials and qualified staff to operate the device. Additionally, by signing the Flexihire Hire Agreement, the hirer agrees to ensure that the operator is competent for the task.
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