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Forklift Safety Operations

Each year, tens of thousands of forklift-related injuries in workplaces. Many employees are injured when lift trucks are inadvertently driven off loading docks or lifts fall between docks and an unsecured trailer. Employees are also struck by a lift truck or fall while on elevated pallets and tines. Most incidents also involve property damage, including damage to overhead sprinklers, racking, pipes, walls, and machinery. Unfortunately, most employee injuries and property damage can be attributed to lack of safe operating procedures, lack of safety-rule enforcement, and insufficient or inadequate training.



    • Definition
    • Scope Of Standard
    • Forklift Accidents
      • Forklift Fatalities
      • Industries Where Powered Industrial Truck Accidents Occurred
      • Nonfatal Occupational Injuries And Illnesses By Source
    • Overview Of Forklift Hazards
    • Four Major Areas Of Concern:
      • General Hazards That Apply To The Operation Of All Or Most Powered Industrial Trucks
      • Hazards Associated With The Operation Of Particular Types Of Trucks;
      • Hazards Of Workplaces Generally and
      • Hazards Of The Particular Workplace Where The Vehicle Operates.
    • Training Requirements
      • Performance-Oriented
    • Safe Operations
    • Training Program Implementation
    • Training Program Content
    • Refresher Training And Evaluation
    • Evaluation Of Powered Industrial Truck Operator's
      • After Initial Training,
      • After Refresher Training and
      • At Least Once Every Three Years
    • Employer Certification Shall Include:
      • Name Of Operator
      • Date Of Training
      • Date Of Evaluation
      • Identity Of Person(s) Performing The Training Or Evaluation
    • Avoidance Of Duplicative Training
    • Certification
    • Components Of A Forklift
    • Classes Of Commonly-Used Powered Industrial Trucks
    • Explanation Of Types Of Powered Industrial Trucks
      • Class I -Electric Motor Rider Trucks
        • Counterbalanced Rider Type, Stand Up
        • Three Wheel Electric Trucks, Sit-Down
        • Counterbalanced Rider Type, Cushion Tires, Sit-Down (High And Low Platform)
        • Counterbalanced Rider, Pneumatic Tire, Sit-Down (High And Low Platform)
      • Class II -Electric Motor Narrow Aisle Trucks
        • High Lift Straddle
        • Order Picker
        • Reach Type Outrigger
        • Side Loaders, Turret Trucks, Swing Mast And Convertible Turret/Stock Pickers
        • Low Lift Pallet And Platform (Rider)
      • Class III -Electric Motor Hand Or Hand/Rider Trucks
        • Low Lift Platform
        • Low Lift Walkiepallet
        • Reach Type Outrigger
        • High Lift Straddle
        • High Lift Counterbalanced
        • Low Lift Walkie/Rider Pallet
      • Class IV -Internal Combustion Engine Trucks -Cushion (Solid) Tire
      • Class V -Internal Combustion Engine Trucks -Pneumatic Tires
      • Class VI -Electric & Internal Combustion Engine Tractor
        • Rough Terrain Straight Mast Forklifts
        • Rough Terrain Extended-Reach Forklifts
    • Stability Of Powered Industrial Trucks
      • Definitions
      • General
      • Basic Principles
      • Stability Triangle
      • Longitudinal Stability
      • Lateral Stability
      • Dynamic Stability


Who Should Attend

Forklift operators- Forklift area workers - area supervisors /manager


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