TRUCK MOUNTED FORKLIFT/MOFFETT FORKLIFT TRAINING
The Truck Mounted Forklift/Moffett Forklift Training course from Safety First Training is an OHSA based program that teaches the setup and safe operation of the Forklift. The course covers the steps of pre-operation inspections, overall equipment features, safe operation procedures and hazard avoidance. Training is offered around Southern Ontario including Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Markham, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Niagara, Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge.
We also offer Train the Trainer courses for various Forklifts like Moffett Forklift Training and more.
Note – we do not provide public sessions for individuals
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Truck Mounted Forklift/Moffett Forklift Training Course
This course is designed using parameters set out by:
- CSA Standard B335-15 – The CSA Safety Standard for Lift Trucks (B335-15) identifies the knowledge, practical skills and evaluation requirements needed by lift truck operators. The practical evaluation requires lift truck operators to demonstrate competency skill level equal or greater to the industry accepted measurements.
- The Occupational Health and Safety Act, REGULATION 851. INDUSTRIAL ESTABLISHMENTS as it pertains to lift truck safety.
Truck Mounted Forklift/Moffett Forklift Training Course Outline:
- Related Government legislation
- Truck Mounted Forklift Certification Safety Video
- Responsibilities of the workers, supervisors and employers
- Pre-operational checks
- Stability Principles
- Lift capacity and load limitations
- Fuel safety
- Safe operating procedures
- Pedestrian Awareness
- Practical Evaluation
Train the Trainer – Truck Mounted Forklift/Moffett Forklift Training Course
Our professional Train the Trainer certification course for Truck Mounted Forklift/Moffett Forklift allows our clients to learn how to teach OHSA based courses directly to their employees. When individuals or groups of employees need safety training, these train the trainer programs can be more cost effective than hiring outside training companies. We will train you to be an effective Counterbalance Forklift safety trainer for your company.
Our Train the Trainer Course Package includes:
- Professional Teaching Guide
- Participant Course Handout
- Evaluation Forms
- Wall Certificate/Wallet Card template
- Instructor Course Presentation
- Course Test and Answer Key
- Course Video Supplement
The course duration is up to 8 hours, depending on experience level.
A passing grade of 75% is required in order to receive a certificate.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive a PDF wall certification and PDF wallet card for their records.
Truck Mounted Forklift, Moffett Forklift Safety Tips:
Before Operation Check for Hazards
You should check the oil levels and check the tires to confirm they are suitable for road trips. The forklift operators can also perform a complete inspection in order to ensure that the forklift is safe for use before the operation.
Right before getting behind the wheel, here are some steps employers and employees should follow.
- Check the oil, water levels and signs for radiator leaks
- Examine the tires
- Ensure the forks do not have cracks
- Test the horn, lights, test brakes and the steering wheel
- Look for uneven surfaces, obstructions, other potential hazards, and overhead obstacles
Follow Floor Markings to Keep the Workers Safe
Floor markings can create aisles, warn of hazards, and improve workflow where the use of forklifts is imperative. Here are some ways floor markings make shuttling easier:
- Create Clear Pathways and Aisles: Pathways and aisles work in smart ways to alert pedestrians to the presence of forklifts. They safely direct traffic and create separate pathways throughout the facility. The printable tapes also indicate the directions of the traffic. These instructions help the drivers to operate safely as well as more effective in congested areas.
- The Signs Create Traffic Controls: The easy-to-read floor signs also warn drivers of all the speed limits in order to inform pedestrians of the forklifts nearby and notify workers when the forklifts and pedestrians should not cross the aisle.
- Reroute Pedestrians: The floor markings help to keep all the employees away from the operating, moving forklifts.
The best practice when it comes to maintaining safety is to check the truck mounted forklift before using and follow precautionary measures when using the vehicle.
Click here for a link to the Ontario Ministry of Labour outline for Forklift and Lifting Devices.