Forklift Safety Training

We feature a collection of safety training videos geared towards learning more about the powered industrial trucks in your work environment. Each of our courses in the Forklift Safety Training helps certify your employees by exceeding OSHA compliance and providing them the skills they need to operate safely. They identify what the powered industrial equipment is capable of, their hazards, maintenance, different types, and more!

Forklift Operator – Orientation

Powered Industrial Trucks, also known as forklifts, are a common tool used in most industries. These powered industrial trucks can be used to raise, lower, or remove a variety of sized objects on pallets or various sized containers. While important in assisting industries for a variety of workplace tasks, these motorized tools can also be considered dangerous if you are not properly trained or certified. In most cases, these accidents can be easily avoided.

With each section of this course we will cover important learning objectives when it comes to handling and taking care of the forklifts in your environment. Also, identifying the workplace hazards you need to be aware of when operating these powered industrial trucks while going a bit in-depth as to the types that are available.

This course covers the Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s (OSHA) CFR code for 1910.178

Objectives

  • Types of Forklifts
  • Forklift Certification
  • Forklift Operations
  • The Fulcrum
  • Workplace Hazards
  • Forklift Maintenance

Forklift Operator – Operator Training

While the powered industrial trucks are one of the most important tools in many workplace environments, it is also the cause to many accidents and injuries. Forklift operator training is often overlooked or rushed when it should be more in-depth and considered mandatory prior to operating these powered industrial trucks. In this course we cover important items to identify and understand when it comes to the operation of these vehicles. You will need to be able to identify any issues during a vehicle inspection prior to operating the vehicle. You will also be able to identify your powered industrial truck’s counterbalance, stability, attachments, and platforms while ensuring you are following OSHA compliance and your company’s policies.

This course covers the Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s (OSHA) CFR code for 1910.178

Forklift Operator – Refresher

This course provides a quick refresher to assist with retention and comprehension of forklifts and powered industrial trucks for annual OSHA compliance.  The training course covers identifying workplace hazards, operating procedures, and equipment operation.

This course covers the Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s (OSHA) CFR code for 1910.178

Forklift Operator – Straddle Stackers

Powered industrial trucks are a common piece of equipment used in workplaces today. One of the specific classes of forklifts designed for compact warehouses and narrow spaces is a straddle or walkie stacker. Often these powered industrial trucks can be referred to as Electric motor hand trucks, Narrow aisle trucks, and Hand / rider forklifts. With this course you will learn to identify the operation and stability of the equipment. While educating on how to properly inspect the powered industrial equipment and comprehend how to prevent incidents from occurring.

This course covers the Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s (OSHA) CFR code for 1910.178

Objectives

  • Forklift Inspection
  • Operation and Stability
  • Incident Prevention

Forklift Operator – Supervisor Orientation

While powered industrial trucks are one of the most common tools used in the workplace today, they are also one of the most common for accidents. OSHA requires training and certification to operate these forklifts. As a supervisor, your goal is to assist your employees in comprehending the training and it’s workplace hazards to assist in the accident prevention with these powered industrial trucks. This course will cover how to train your employees, setting up driver evaluations, how to teach them about accident prevention, and how you should report an accident if it does occur.

This course covers the Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s (OSHA) CFR code for 1910.178