OSHA regulations state, effective December 1, 1999, all employers whose workers operate lift trucks must implement an operator driver safety program. The training and evaluation of employees hired after December 1, 1999 must be completed before the employee is assigned to operate a powered industrial lift truck. Operators are also to be re-certified every three years.
Who should attend forklift operator training classes?
- Forklift Operators
- Warehouse Supervisors
- Plant Managers
- Distribution Managers
- Anyone who may operate a lift truck
Why you should be certified or have your operators certified
- It is the LAW
- Reduce your insurance premiums
- Save on lift truck maintenance costs from damage & abuse
- Insure yours or your employees safety
- Course qualifies as required Comp Safety meeting
- Cut down on product damage & warehouse accidents
All Lift Service Company offers site specific forklift truck operator training. On-Site or in our Classroom. Uniquely designed classes are tailored to each customer’s specific needs to meet current OSHA requirements for forklift truck operator training.
Our trainer has over 20 years experience providing forklift truck operator training courses. His training includes Instructor’s Class conducted by Clark and Portman Equipment in 1986. His training has been certified by the Industrial Commission of Ohio Division of Safety and Hygiene, Ohio Center for Occupational Safety & Health on 11/30/1988.
Each training program will consist of a classroom presentation, written test and driving test. Upon completion, a portfolio containing Test Results, Certificates and Licenses for each driver will be presented for your records.
Contact us for questions or to schedule training for your operators.