Forklift Safety Training

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Forklift Safety Training
$249.00

This training video provides information on the most common types of forklifts used in general industry and warehouse environments; it does not cover rough terrain forklifts, aerial work platforms, or forklifts with extendable booms.


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Forklift Safety

Training Time: 49 minutes (31 minutes video time, 18 minutes test time)

Give your forklift safety a boost. This course covers basic forklift operating procedures intended to increase safety and help prevent the most common forklift accidents. This course includes important information required by OSHA’s general industry standards (29 CFR 1910.178) as well as best practices on operating powered industrial trucks.

This course can be used as an introduction to forklift safety and operation or as a refresher on forklift basics. This training video provides information on the most common types of forklifts used in general industry and warehouse environments; it doesn’t cover rough terrain forklifts, aerial work platforms, or forklifts with extendable booms.

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Each Convergence Training DVD includes a link to download and print quizzes designed to maximize the effectiveness of the course. Other helpful documents available via the download link include course leader guides, answer keys, and completion certificates. 

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Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between handling a forklift and an average automobile (rear-wheel steering, weight)
  • Identify the most common forklift accidents
  • Describe steps for refueling
  • Describe steps for recharging batteries
  • Describe the center of gravity and stability triangle
  • Describe load capacity and load center
  • Describe forklift pre-operation inspections
  • Identify safety guidelines and best practices for forklift operation
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Training Time: 49 minutes (31 minutes video time, 18 minutes test time)

 

Based on: 29 CFR 1910.178: Powered Industrial Trucks Recognized industry best practices Content contribution by Frederick "Rick" Heath: industry expert on material handling equipment, Principal of Heath & Associates

 

Languages: Available in English & Spanish