Forklift (Class I - VII)
A competent forklift operator knows and practices safe operating procedures at all times. Because of the variety of models and work environments that these machines can be used in it is extremely important to learn the safety essentials for the forklift and environment you will be working with.
This Forklift course is designed to introduce new operators to the theory behind safe operation of a forklift and to apply these theories in practice in a controlled environment. The course also serves as an excellent review for experienced operators.
- Legislation and regulations
- Understand the responsibilities of a forklift operator
- Understand employers safety responsibilities
- Properly identify the main parts of a forklift
- Find and interpret the information contained on the manufacturers data plate and operators manual
- How to perform a pre-shift inspection
- Identify the types and classifications of forklifts they will be using on their job site
- Understand the Occupational Health & Safety regulations where applicable
- Supervised practical operation in a controlled environment
Legislation requires that students receive a minimum 16 hours of training and we will work with you to meet that requirement in either a 1 or 2 day course.
For more information, contact us at (306) 757-3197 or by email.
"Course was fun. Instructor was helpful and very good at making sure that you know how to operate the equipment. "
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