This program is designed to provide the forklift operator with an understanding and awareness of forklift operations and hazards.This training program meets OSHA's new training requirements for forklift operations (OSHA 1910.178).The course consists of classroom study (course manual provided), a written exam, video presentation, on-site hazard assessment, equipment inspection and a "hands on" performance evaluation of each operator. ** Participants will receive a Photo I.D. Wallet Card (a Certificate of Completion card valid for three (3) years upon successful completion of this course - this card is not a Hoisting License). The customer will receive class rosters and course evaluations. In some states you may be required to obtain a Hoisting License. This operator safety training certificate is a pre-requisite to obtaining a hoisting license. Also, Hoisting Licenses are not reciprocal. If you operate in more than one State, i.e., MA & RI, if you are required to have a hoisting license, you will need to obtain one in each State.
It is up to you as the Employer/Contractor/Employee to obtain all necessary licenses required by the states that you operate in. Including, if required, a Hoisting License.
Topics to be Discussed - Most serious forklift accidents - Types of forklifts - Responsibilities of a forklift operator - Site evaluations - Equipment inspection - Recognizing hazards and forklift stability. Course Materials Provided:
- Forklift Safety Handbook. - Pre-operational forklift inspection checklist. - Certificate of Training Card.
Warehouse Forklift Training
Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Understand technical and stability aspects of forklift operations.
- Understand how to identify work place Hazards. - Causes and results of forklift accidents. - Demonstrate how to conduct a site and equipment safety inspection. - Demonstrate through a written exam and "hands on" training, their understanding of safe forklift operations. - An evaluation shall be completed at the time of the initial training and every 3 years thereafter.
Re-fresher Training Re-training is required when there is an accident or near miss, when a different machine is introduced, when the work location changes, or when an evaluation indicates the need. (OSHA 1910.178)
Minimum Class Size: 4 Cost:Call for Pricing
**Must have a forklift available on site for the hands-on portion of this training.