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    Training is vital to optimize the security and efficiency of your operation.

    Our forklift operator training solutions can help ease the burden, helping to protect your employees, equipment, and materials.

    With a comprehensive and immersive set of smart training solutions that may also assist with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance.

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OSHA Forklift Certification Process

OSHA requires that all operators of industrial lift trucks be trained and certified in the use of their equipment before being allowed to operate it as part of their job. The certification process can be grouped into three main categories.

  • Step 1:
        Formal Lecture

    Background information, such as equipment type, workplace hazards, and general safety requirements, is delivered through a classroom or web-based training course.

    Safety on the Move can be delivered in-person through traditional classroom training provided by Certified Operator Trainers from your local Solutions and Support Center.

    E-Learning can be completed online in a comprehensive, yet modular program to meet the learning needs of both new and seasoned forklift operator.

  • Step 2:
        Practical Demonstration

    Practical exercises are completed as the operator is on the forklift while the trainer provides hands-on instruction.

    Hands-on training can be conducted by Certified Operator Trainers from your local Solutions & Support Center.

    Virtual Reality Simulator can be used to create an engaging learning environment with real-world challenges and real-time feedback by putting operators on an actual lift truck in the most realistic virtual warehouses available.

  • Step 3:
        Operator Evaluation

    Trainer will assess how well the forklift operator performs in a variety of applications and situations related to his or her workplace.

    Certification or re-certification of operators can be conducted by Certified Operator Trainers from your local Solutions & Support Center.

Once the initial certification is completed, employers are required to train and evaluate all of their operators at least once every three years. A training course can also be provided at any time if operators do not meet performance standards.