Forklift Train the Trainer: Training Certification for Foreman, Supervisors or Managers
Who is Train the Trainer Certification for:
- New and current CertifyMe.net customers using our proven online operator certification program now have the option to get an additional level of compliance by completing the Qualified Trainer/Evaluator Certification.
- Companies that already have a forklift training program in place and require the trainer/evaluator receive additional training and certification, for forklift operations, OSHA safety compliance requirements and hazard recognition.
OSHA Regulations on Trainers
“All training and evaluation must be conducted by persons with the necessary knowledge, training and experience to train powered industrial truck operators and evaluate their competence.”
An example of a qualified trainer would be a person who by possession of a recognized degree, certificate, or professional standing, or. . “who by extensive knowledge, training, and experience has demonstrated the ability to train and evaluate powered industrial truck operators.” – OSHA.gov
Who can be a Designated and Qualified Trainer/Evaluator?
- Shop Foreman
- Warehouse Manager
- Branch Manager
- Safety Officer
- Owner of the Company
Benefits of Online Forklift Train the Trainer Certification and Testing
- Fast – completed on breaks, before shift, or a long lunch
- Easy -anyone can do it.
- Affordable – only $149 per trainer.
- 24/7 Access – Class is ALWAYS in session!
Before employees can complete their OSHA-compliant forklift certification and receive their certificate, they’ll be required to pass a hands-on practical assessment led by a qualified instructor. The instructor will guide employees on each step of the assessment, and be there to make sure everyone is kept safe and that no damage is done to equipment or the worksite. To ensure the protection of all workers, instructors need to complete a quality train the trainer certification.
Do you need a quality trained instructor to pass your employees, but don’t want to travel to an offsite facility, pay for related expenses, and cover the cost of employee time-off? You don’t have to, when you use one of your own experienced operators in-house.
Here are the benefits of having your own in-house forklift trainer:
- Significant cost savings on travel, third party training, and time-off
- No loss in productivity at work while employees train
- Control what your new workers are taught
- Set the standard of training and testing with your own experienced operator
- Always have a trainer onsite for all new employees
Now that you are convinced that you need your own forklift trainer in-house, keep reading to learn the benefits of an online forklift train the trainer program.
IMPORTANT: OSHA does not certify, accredit or approve any forklift trainers or training programs. The responsibility for OSHA compliant forklift operator training rests with the employer. There are no special or additional “Train the Trainer” requirements to use this site. The person(s) responsible for operator training and evaluation are strongly encouraged to read and become familiar with the requirements of OSHA Standard 1910.178 for Powered Industrial Trucks.
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