Forklift Training Guide

OSHA Forklift Training Guide & Resources

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OSHA Forklift Safety Self Inspection Checklist (PDF)

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Train the Trainer Guide:

5 Things Everyone Should Know About Forklift Operator Safety and Training (PPT)

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Comparison Chart of Online Forklift Certification with Off-Site and On-Site Options For Employers (PDF)

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How-to Guide:

10 Steps for Evaluating Your OSHA Training Needs
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OSHA Small Business Handbook:

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  • Are employees properly trained in the use of the type of industrial truck they operate?
  • Are only trained personnel allowed to operate industrial trucks?
  • Is substantial overhead protective equipment provided on high lift rider equipment?
  • Are the required lift truck operating rules posted and enforced?
  • Is directional lighting provided on each industrial truck that operates in an area with less than 2 foot candles per square foot of general lighting?
  • Does each industrial truck have warning horn, whistle, gong, or other device that can be clearly heard above normal noise in the areas where it is operated?
  • Are the brakes on each industrial truck capable of bringing the vehicle to a complete and safe stop when fully loaded?
  • Does the parking brake of the industrial truck prevent the vehicle from moving when unattended?
  • Are industrial trucks that operate where flammable gasses, vapors, combustible dust, or ignitable fibers may be present approved for such locations?
  • Are motorized hand and hand/rider trucks designed so that the brakes are applied and power to the drive motor shuts off when the operator releases his or her grip on the device that controls the truck’s travel?
  • Are industrial trucks with internal combustion engines that are operated in buildings or enclosed areas carefully checked to ensure that such operations do not cause harmful concentrations of dangerous gases or fumes?
  • Are safe distances maintained from the edges of elevated ramps and platforms?
  • Are employees prohibited from standing or passing under elevated portions of trucks, whether loaded or empty?
  • Are unauthorized employees prohibited from riding on trucks?
  • Are operators prohibited from driving up to anyone standing in front of a fixed object?
  • Are arms and legs kept inside the running lines of the truck?
  • Are loads handled only within the rated capacity of the truck?
  • Are trucks in need of repair removed from service immediately?
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Forklift Training Guide Information

Why Should you get your Forklift Drivers Trained and Certified?

When the new administration took office, OSHA was instructed by the Department of Labor to conduct more frequent inspections and impose heavier fines. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 94 forklift operators have lost their lives in on-the-job incidents. OSHA rules demand that all forklift drivers be properly trained and licensed. Employees are required to undergo both formal as well as hands-on training. We provide both.

Why Should you use CertifyMe.net for your Online Forklift Training and Certification Needs?

We provide everything you need to make compliance with OSHA training laws convenient and easy. We have more than 12 years of experience helping companies comply with OSHA regulations. Online training is fast, affordable and can be accomplished by anyone. Our forklift training guide and our OSHA forklift training guide provide all the necessary information and are just some of the forklift training resources we make available to your employees when they are logged in to CertifyMe.net.

A trainee can complete the formal online training and testing in about an hour. This can take place before shift, during an extended lunch hour or while on a break. Class is always in session!

OSHA Forklift Training Guide
We also have the expertise to offer an additional level of OSHA compliance in the form of Qualified Trainer/Evaluator training and certification. The forklift training guide for this course includes instruction in hazard recognition and requirements for OSHA safety compliance. We can train your safety officer, shop foreman, warehouse manager, supervisor, branch manager or even your company owner to fulfill the requirements of a Qualified Trainer/Evaluator. Our OSHA forklift training guide and other forklift training resources make this quick and simple while maintaining a high standard of training.
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CertifyMe.net makes it easy to train and certify new hires. Three-year renewals are free. Among the forklift certification resources we make available online are a self-inspection checklist for compliance with OSHA forklift safety, a “train-the-trainer” forklift training guide, an OSHA small business handbook and more. Looking for how to get forklift certification? You found us!

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