With so many different types of forklifts available, each with their own set of features and options; our course covers the basic operation of all classes as well as an in depth look into the machine participants will be operating day to day. The primary benefit to on-site forklift training, is the ability to familiarize each participant with the forklift they operate on a daily basis. Whether its a Linde Baker with hydrostatic drive, or a Toyota with SAS and fork leveling assist, or even a 3 wheeled electric sit down unit, each participant will be familiar with their particular machine and all of its unique functions and characteristics. To finish, each participant will be tested in their actual operating environment to acquire their forklift certification.
This course covers all apsects of the safe operation of all classes of lift trucks. Upon completion, each participant will have a deep understanding of their forklift and its unique operating characteristics.
- OHS Regulations
- Lift Truck Fundamentals
- Forklift Stability / Principles of Balance
- Proper Load Handling
- Pre-operational Inspection
- Forklift Types / Classes
- Proper Fueling / Charging Procedures
- 8:00 - 11:30 Forklift Theory
- 11:30 - 12:00 Theory Test
- 12:00 Lunch break.
- 1:00 - 2:30 Practical Examination
- 2:30 - Practical Examination
All AFSC programs, including content and structure, meet or exceed all existing regulations and standards, including OSHA 29 (CFR 1910.178), Canada Labour Code (R.S.C., 1985, c. L-2, plus Part II), Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Code 2009, Canadian Safety and Health Regulations (SOR/86-304), WCB Alberta, CSA (B335-04) ANSI/ITSDF B56.1-2012