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With CertifyMe.net, you can meet your duty for forklift certification swiftly, quick and easy on-site. That’s right. By conducting both the formal classroom-style training and employer evaluation on your premises, staff downtime is not a factor. We provide everything you need in one simple, easy-to-use package.
OSHA forklift training is a two-step process. The first step, classroom-style training and testing, is conducted online and takes between 60 and 90 minutes to complete. The second step, hands-on evaluation by an employer, may be conducted by an individual with the experience, training and knowledge to train and evaluate forklift operators and assess their competence. The individual conducting this part of the training is not required to possess a special certification. We provide an evaluation form to download and print for this phase of the OSHA forklift training.
Forklift operator training can be conducted in the workplace at a time that is convenient for both the operator and the evaluator. The first step may be completed on an extended lunch break, in your employee’s home or anywhere they have access to the Internet. The second step, hands-on evaluation, is conducted in the workplace. Because your employee does not have to go off-site for their online forklift certification, this reduces staff downtime and also minimizes your potential liability for off-site conduct.
Forklift certification conducted offsite can cost hundreds of even thousands of dollars. Forklift certification with CertifyMe.net costs less than $50 per operator. We provide everything you need in one simple package, straight from the Internet.
Click here for 5 easy steps to get certified: To find out more about how we can provide low-cost, easy forklift certification, contact us here or call us on 1-888-699-480.
Done in 1-2 hours!
Register: 10 minutes
Train Online: 60 minutes
Test Online: 15 minutes
Receive Certification: Automatically print a copy of your operator certification cards the instant your employee completes our online program. An original laminated card with be mailed within 5 – 7 days.
Easily completed in-house, ANY TIME, ANYWHERE!
A computer and an Internet connection are all you need to complete the CertifyMe.net online forklift training and certification program!
There are no books or videos to buy, costly training facilities to rent or special times to schedule.
If it’s a 15 minute break, over lunch or after work … simply log in and start!
It’s NEVER BEEN FASTER OR EASIER to ensure that you get the proper forklift training and documentation necessary to meet OSHA standards.
These forms are personalized with your company name and may be used as aids in the practical or “hands-on” training and evaluation of forklift operators. The forms can be printed anytime after the employer has registered and paid.
How It Works
Open the Registered Company field on the Register a Student page and see for yourself.
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Forklift Training & Certification … “At your own pace . . . at your own place.”
Welcome to CertifyMe.net, your one-stop shop for all of your forklift training and forklift operator certification needs. Since December 1, 1999, OSHA standards require forklift training and certification for any employee who operates a powered industrial truck. OSHA itself does not conduct training or certify forklift operators. This is the responsibility of the employer. Operators who have had a near miss, an accident or seen doing unsafe acts are required to undergo refresher forklift training. Employers also have obligations regarding temporary employees.