Resource pages for "JLG"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
New scissor lift models offer 1,200-lb platform capacity and are rated for indoor and outdoor use.
The new 19-foot scissor lift is purpose-built for applications where stringent environmental regulations must be met.
JLG Industries introduced an Augmented Reality (AR) App to provide customers with mobile phone and/or tablet-based productivity and safety advantages on the job site.
The AccessReady XR training simulator combines cutting-edge technology with training experience that helps trainees build the hands-on skills they need.
The designer and manufacturer of access equipment created this online resource to share insights on equipment, industry regulations and technologies, and more.
SOLUTIONS 2018 provides a detailed look at facility management products and services designed to address your needs in the coming year, and beyond.
ClearSky is a fleet management telematics solution for access to critical engine and equipment operational data.
For light maintenance and facility work, low-level access equipment provides a safe, efficient alternative to ladders.
These low level vertical lifts require no batteries, hydraulics, oil, or controls.
Reaching 19 stories high with a capacity of 1,000 pounds, this lift provides operators the ability to move more tools and materials to elevated work sites.
At first blush, it sounds like a simple project: paint a champagne colored stripe on the wall of a movie theater lobby. But as general contractor Jesse Truesdale will tell you, the devil is in the details.
Is there a common practice for changing light bulbs and ballasts located above cubicle office furniture? Many of our fixtures are above cubicles in such a way that “hanging” off of a ladder becomes a dangerous proposition.
The Summer of Safety LiftPod Giveaway, which began on July 1 and will run through August 31, 2009, is open to those who require elevation platforms or ladders to do their jobs.