FORKLIFT/TELEHANDLER OPERATOR SAFETY
Lift Trucks and mobile equipment accidents can be prevented and are unacceptable. Their widespread use requires that individuals working on and around forklifts recognize hazards associated with the equipment and the environment in which they are operated. Our Safe Operation of a Lift Truck program is designed in accordance with CSA B335-04 Safety Standard for Lift Trucks. Silecio will train you on the proper use.
- Class I: Electric Motor Rider Truck
- Class II: Electric Motor Narrow Aisle Truck
- Class III: Electric Motor Hand Truck or Hand/Rider Truck
- Class IV: Internal Combustion Engine Truck (Solid/Cushion Tires)
- Class V: Internal Combustion Engine Truck (Pneumatic Tires)
- Class VI: Electric & Internal Combustion Engine Tractors
- Class VII: Rough Terrain Forklifts (vertical mast, variable reach and Truck mounted)
The module on stability includes graphic illustrations of issues around the centre of gravity and the effect of the stability triangle and pyramid with various load types and mast positions including turning, reversing and braking. The need for and content of pre-operational checks are thoroughly reviewed using video. Safe operating procedures are covered extensively, including illustrative video. The characteristics of propane, battery (i.e. electric) and diesel fuel sources are included.
In order to receive a Certificate of Competency, the participant must achieve a passing grade on the written in-class test and the practical skills evaluation. The practical skills evaluation is to be performed at the workers place of employment.
The course is broken down into the following content modules:
- Hazard Identification
- Competency and General Responsibilities
- Stability Principles
- Pre-Operational Checks
- Safe Operating Procedures
- Fuel Sources
- Question and Answer
51.(2) A lifting device shall be operated,
(a) only by
(i) a competent person; or
(ii) a worker being instructed who is accompanied by a competent person
This course covers safety protocol for employees required to operate Forklifts. Many worksites will require practical, site-specific training (in addition to this theory training) before an employee is certified to operate machinery.
Average Course Running Time: 4 Hours
Last Updated: June 2014
|STANDARDS COMPLIANT Developed in accordance with Federal and Provincial legislation. Course content is updated regularly to ensure compliance.|
|PRINT CERTIFICATES ON COMPLETION Wallet & Wall sized certificates may be printed upon course completion. Hard-copy certificates may be mailed at additional cost.|
|LIVE STUDENT SUPPORT Phone, email, text and internet chat support is available 7 days/week Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 8:00 pm and weekends 12:00pm to 4:00pm Eastern Standard Time.|
|RECORD OF TRAINING Your courses are available 24 hours/day, seven days/week for up to 3 years from the date of purchase. Training records are stored securely during this time and may be accessed on demand from your account for record keeping purposes.|
|UNLIMITED EXAM ATTEMPTS Exams may be attempted until a passing grade is obtained. Upon failing an exam, it is recommended that you review your training materials before attempting the exam again.|
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