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Fork Lift Rough Terrain

Hybrid
Who Should Attend:
  • Rough Terrain Forklift Operators

  • Site Safety Managers

  • Site Safety Engineers 

Did You Know:

Rough terrain forklifts are essential material handling equipment on many worksites. These powerful machines can handle very heavy loads and operate on all kinds of difficult terrain. Because of the nature of their work and the environments in which they operate, using rough terrain forklifts can also pose numerous hazards.

This rough terrain forklift safety training course will teach employees about the hazards and explain what you can do to prevent accidents and injuries when operating these lift trucks.

Learn How To:
  • Perform a detailed pre-shift inspection that includes all parts of the lift

  • Properly operate a forklift to avoid death or injury

  • Take responsibility for the safe operation of the forklift 

What You Will Learn:

This class  has been developed to include discussions of the equipment itself, such as system of controls, hydraulics, steering mechanisms, seat belts and other safety equipment, as well as the environment in which the equipment may be used. Sample inspection checklists will be used. Participants will operate the equipment demonstrating knowledge and skill. 

Course Topics:
  • OSHA Regulations and ANSI Standards

  • Equipment Specifications

  • Warnings & Precautions

  • Controls & Instrumentation

  • Capacity & Stability

  • Operating Limitations

  • Load Composition

  • Common Accidents

  • Inspections

  • Pedestrian Traffic

  • Hazards & Classifications 

Includes materials, breakfast snacks and lunch

* Class size is strictly limited to 10 seats.

Class Location: 

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8:30 am-12:30 pm

Class Time: 

Price: $225 

NSC Member Price: $140

Upcoming Classes:

On-Site At Your Location

PRIVATE ON-SITE TRAINING OPTION

This course can also be conducted at your location

Contact us for more information.

On-site
On-line

ONLINE Fork Lift Rough Terrain Courses 

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