Forklift Safety

Forklift Safety

35. Forklift Operations: Carry The Load


Every forklift, every situation and every load is different and the risk of an accident is present. This program emphasizes the importance of these safety elements and teaches your forklift operators how to handle:


surface conditions

various loads and stability

proper load manipulation

stacking and unstacking

vehicle and pedestrian traffic

36. Forklift Maneuvers: All The Right Moves


Every forklift operator must be thoroughly trained before he or she starts work. Experienced operators must be retrained every three years and any operator must receive additional training after an incident or near miss.


This program reviews the most important forklift safety issues – from operating conditions to load manipulation. With this important information, your forklift drivers will be equipped to operate safely and avoid accidents.


Forklift Maneuvers: All The Right Moves is ideal for new and experienced forklift operators and will help them receive and maintain their OSHA certification.


37. Forklift Certification


Have your employees brush up on the basics of forklift use – design, capabilities and limitations. Make sure they can identify potential hazards and fulfill qualification requirements. Supplement your efforts to comply with OSHAs Powered Industrial Truck Standard (1910.178) with this forklift course which examines certification and training, controls and instrumentation, pre-use inspection, operation, stability, conditions and loads.


The Forklift

Design and Capabilities

Controls and Instruments?

Pre-use Inspection

Forklift Operations

Stability, Conditions and Loads

Load Manipulation

Travelling, Traffic and Pedestrians

Operating Safely

Forklift Hazards

Hazardous Locations

Hazardous Activities

Hazardous Environments


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