Forklift Operator Training objectives are to ensure the participant understands their legal requirements, the associated hazards with driving a forklift, and the procedures for safe operation. This training also ensures that a forklift operator is competent by meeting the OH&S Act and CSA standards, while also reducing the risk of product damage, property damage and accidents.

Forklift Operator Training

Forklift Training Theory & Practical Outline (8 Hours):
  • Legal requirements under the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Industrial Regulations
  • Pre-use/ shift inspection
  • Load limits and capacity
  • Lifting, moving and placing loads (counterbalance)
  • Standard safe practices
  • Controls and basic forklift operation
  • Understand hazards associated with a forklift
  • Understand procedures for forklift safe operation
  • Learn about forklift stability
  • Complete a written test
  • Complete a practical evaluation

Forklift Operator Training

Types of Forklift Operator Training Offered by CBHM:

  • Class I: Electric Motor Counterbalance Rider Trucks
  • Class II: Electric Motor Narrow Aisle Trucks
  • Class III: Electric Motor Walk-Behind and Rider Hand Trucks
  • Class IV: Internal Combustion Engine Counterbalance Lift Trucks
  • Class V: Internal Combustion Engine Counterbalance Lift Trucks
  • Class VI: Electric and Internal Combustion Engine Tractors
  • Class VII: Rough Terrain Forklifts

Note: Lift codes will determine what is to be trained

 


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