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Intended Audience: Anyone charged with operating a powered industrial truck, tow motor, fork lift, etc.

  • Helps satisfy the training requirements of OSHA's Powered Industrial Truck Standard (1910.178) and keeps you and your operators in compliance.
  • Provides training that is a logical bridge between required classroom safety training and performance-based safety training.
  • Can also be used for required refresher training after a forklift accident.

The program features scenarios shot in warehouses, yards and loading docks in a variety of workplaces, to best represent the situations that cause forklift operators the most trouble, including:

  • Keeping the forklift and load stable
  • Dealing with pedestrians and co-workers
  • Traveling on ramps, with or without a load
  • Backing in tight areas
  • Handling corners and intersections
  • Working in trailers
  • Operating with an obstructed view
  • Keeping all body parts in the protective frame
  • Traveling with or without a load
  • Inattentive driving
  • Placing loads
  • Mounting freight elevators
  • Crossing railroad tracks
  • Overhead hazards
  • Using attachments
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