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FORKLIFT (LIFT TRUCK) SAFETY TRAINING


2016-03-17_0918Our qualified trainers cover most sizes, makes and models of lift trucks and provide training on location for employees to understand the principals of safe operation on equipment they’ll operate. We offer on site training at your facility and if that isn’t possible call for alternatives.

Description & Objective

This Safety training course meets the requirements of WorkSafe BC and Canada Labor Code regulations. The focus is on the prevention of accident & injuries that may be caused by the improper and unsafe use of forklifts.

* Meets or exceeds ministry requirements for certification.

Course Details

This course will focus on operating instruction similarities to and differences from automobiles emphasizing total concentration & safe operation.

  • Pre-trip inspections and maintenance
  • Controls and instruments
  • Steering and maneuvering
  • Visibility
  • Fork and attachment adaptation
  • Operation limitations and stability theory . Practical operation and evaluation.

The training consists of a short classroom session and then moves outside for one on one practical training, which will conclude as an evaluation. Upon successful completion, each participant will receive a wallet card record of completion.

Course Requirements
Basic knowledge to drive a motor vehicle, Steel toed safety boots and dress appropriately for working outdoors in clothing that protects you from the natural elements to keep cool in summer or warm and dry in fall/winter.

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