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Forklift Certification for Different Forklift Models and Worksites

Forklift Certification for Different Forklift Models and Worksites

Forklift safety is an essential part of operating a successful workplace, and an OSHA compliant certification for forklifts is mandatory. Anyone who operates a forklift at work needs to be properly trained and tested to ensure safety standards are being upheld. But safety is rarely one-size-fits-all. You’ll want to make sure your training covers everything possible, from sit-down trucks to standing, and electric- to diesel-powered.

Any mobile power-propelled truck that you use to push, pull, lift, carry or stack materials falls under the umbrella of a powered industrial truck. This means that operators will need certification.

Our forklift driver training material kits will satisfy OSHA requirements for use on most types of trucks that may be used on site:

  • Rider Trucks
  • Narrow Aisle Trucks
  • Hand Trucks
  • Solid- or Cushion-tired Trucks
  • Pneumatic-tired Trucks

Just as important as what you’re operating, is where you’re operating. The elements surrounding your work environment can also come into play. You’ll need to know what to do with certain physical conditions, ramps and grades, narrow aisles, enclosed areas and more.

Types of Forklifts

Forklift Operator Safety

Operating a lift without training can be deadly. Thousands are injured every year because of forklifts, and many of those accidents could be avoided with proper training. Beyond injuries, the costs of an accident can really add up in damaged equipment, lost product, levied fines and missing man-hours.

OSHA compliance

OSHA compliance is not something to be taken lightly, and not just because you want to avoid accidents. If you or your team are found to be operating forklifts without up-to-date certification, you could be looking at thousands of dollars in fines. And that number only multiples in cases of severe negligence.

OSHA Certification: Ease of use

Our OSHA certification for forklifts comes in three steps. Formal instruction, practical training and evaluation. We can help you take care of all three stages. Regardless of whether you’re coming to us to receive your first certification, or you’ve got a team that needs an on-site refresher.

Start your new career today, or make sure your team is ready to go with a current OSHA certification for forklifts. Forkliftsafety.com has experience and expertise in the industry and offers a variety of cost-effective ways to certify yourself or your crew for new forklift models and sites. Get the process going by getting your forklift safety training material today!

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