The Vehicle-mounted elevating and rotating work platforms standard, also known as 29 CFR 1910.67, is a safety standard established by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in the United States.
This standard applies to vehicle-mounted elevating and rotating work platforms that are used to position personnel, tools, and materials at elevated work locations. Examples of such equipment include cherry pickers, bucket trucks, and aerial lifts.
The standard sets forth requirements for the safe use of these platforms, including inspection, testing, and maintenance requirements, as well as requirements for training, operator qualification, and safe operation. Specifically, the standard covers design, construction, testing, and maintenance of vehicle-mounted elevating and rotating work platforms, as well as requirements for operator training and use.