Forklift 1 OSHA Safety Training Information
Part 1. On-Site Forklift Safety Training & Instruction
Part 2. Professional Forklift Safety Training Tools on CD & DVD
TO ALL OPERATORS, EMPLOYERS & PROFESSIONAL TRAINERS:
Forklift 1 is pleased to offer Forklift Safety Training in compliance with all state and federal OSHA Safety Standards.
We offer a full range of services to meet your needs and your budget, ranging from our Web Site on the Internet and Free Personal Consultations and Needs Assessments to Full Safety Training Sessions On-Site at your facility plus our latest Safety Training on CD and DVD.
PART 2. FORKLIFT SAFETY TRAINING ON CD and DVD:
Proven Effective On-Site and Online, Forklift 1 Safety Training Modules® on CD and DVD, to fulfill U.S. Federal and State OSHA Training Requirements. Concise and focused yet comprehensive.
A Highly Versatile approach to Training Personnel. eLearning goes anywhere you go - anywhere you’ve got a PC or laptop. Adapt these Modules to your company, by adding materials of your own, inserting your company name or other information into the files and documents.
For Summary or In-Depth Study, there are abundant resources, including the complete Federal and state Safety Standards.
Interactive Software built in a Windows Operating System and utilizing Microsoft Office 2000 PowerPoint, Word and Excel.
OSHA’s Final Rule expressly prohibits On-the-Job-Training. Employees must be trained and authorized PRIOR TO starting work. Give your employees the best Safety Training they can get, and save Time & Money in the process. The CD and DVD is designed not only to train and certify you, but also to fully develop your ability as a Trainer.
Employers Can Certify that their Forklift Operators and Trainers were trained according to OSHA Standards. Also included are Templates for Printing Certificates and Wallet Card Licenses.
INSTRUCTIONS: No installation required. Training Modules® come on a data CD and DVD and operate in Windows on Microsoft Office 2000, and Adobe Acrobat software.
KEEP UP-TO-DATE: Get Free Forklift Safety eUpdates from Forklift 1. Just send email with “eUpdates” in the Subject line. CD and DVD purchasers automatically included.
What are the requirements to be a Trainer? The OSHA Code the same requirements for Supervisors and Trainers: Knowledge of the law which is embodied in the Code Standards, Knowledge of and experience with forklifts, and Experience training and evaluating Operators.
Do I need to be a Certified Operator? Becoming a Certified Operator yourself is probably the best first step you can take. It trains you and allows you to interact with a lesson plan. That you may (or may not) want to use when you are the Trainer.
Do I need to be a Certified Trainer? Strange as it may seem, becoming a Certified Trainer is not necessarily required in order to train certify Forklift Operators! OSHA does not provide Accreditation, and as employer, you are responsible to determine the quality of training in your company.
How are trainers trained? You may work off Training Materials (like these), hire a Safety Consultant, have a Qualified Employee certify others, or even Certify Yourself! The real key is the CREDIBILITY of the Trainer and the quality and content of the training.
How do I make sure I am Up-to-Date? You can make sure you are Up-to-Date by: checking your state and the federal OSHA Web Site or calling your local state OSHA Consultation Service. Forklift 1 Safety Training Modules® are Up-to-Date effective the date of sale. Updates can be purchased at future dates at a minimal cost to customers.
How can I be sure I’ve covered everything? The Bases you must cover, in the most basic form are as follows: Have a Company Safety Policy in place and proceed top enforce it. Make a diligent “GOODWILL” effort at Compliance with all OSHA Standards. Document your Training in writing and keep a Forklift Safety File in a convenient location. Always train personnel BEFORE placing them in service. Make a plan and follow it. Training improves safety.
1. All materials on this disk are current date of shipment of your order and may be subject to change.
2. Forklift Safety Modules® include the code sections directly relevant to most training situations. They are not and are not intended to be a verbatim reproduction of those laws.
3. All materials are intended as Training Supplements. They are not designed to replace any laws, regulations or standards. Please refer to the actual codes and laws in the final consideration.
4. It is OSHA’s express intention that Trainers, Employers and other parties freely interpret OSHA Standards to the best of their ability and disseminate OSHA materials together with Training Aids accordingly.
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Training Customers Nationwide and Now in 20 Countries
* Allegheny-Rodney Metal Pico Rivera CA On Site Training
* Anderson Homes Corp Lodi CA Online Operator
* BP Amoco Chemicals Galena Park TX Online Trainer
* California State EDD On Site Operators
* Cessna Aircraft Company Wichita KS Online Operator
* Chevron Phillips Chemical Pasadena TX Online Trainer
* Comerica Bank Redondo Beach CA Online Operator
* Con-Agra Food Products Irvine CA On Site Operators
* Coca-Cola Bottling Mejia TX Training Modules CD
* DHL Worldwide Express Manama Bahrain Online Trainer
* Datron Technologies Simi Valley CA Online Operator
* De Boer Vinings Corp Atlanta GA Online Operators
* Dunn-Edwards Paint Commerce CA On Site Operators
* Fleischmann's Yeast Los Angeles CA On Site Operators
* Foster Farms Inc Modesto CA Online Operator
* Georgia Pacific Corp Lubbock TX Online Trainer
* Goodyear Tires St Petersburg FL Training Modules CD
* Harper Trucks Inc Commerce CA On Site Operators
* Home Depot Shady Side MD Online Trainer
* Kenyon International Clinton CN Online Trainer
* KitchenAid Whirlpool Greenville OH Online Trainer
* Millhorn Chemicals Los Angeles On Site Operators
* National Frozen Foods Seattle WA Online Trainer
* Parcel Distribution Los Angeles On Site Operators
* Rancho Foods Inc Vernon CA On Site Operators
* Rand-Scot Inc Ft. Collins CO Online Trainer
* Rena-Ware Intl Montebello CA On Site Operators
* Robert H. Peterson Industry CA On Site Operators
* SAS Safety Corp Long Beach CA On Site Operators
* Southland Meat Co Los Angeles CA On Site Operators
* Spacesaver Specialists Tualatin OR Online Operators
* Staff Control Personnel Los Angeles On Site Operators
* Susan Lucci Collection Commerce CA On Site Operators
* Trical Services Inc Los Angeles CA On Site Operators
* Will Tiesiera Ford Mercury Tulare CA Training Modules CD
* Unitron Incorporated Dallas TX Training Modules CD
+ California EDD,
New Jersey EPA, United States Post Office, U.S. Customs & Border Protection
Department of Homeland Security, Personnel on Active Duty in U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force
ENDORSED BY Cal-West Inspection & Audit Services:
(l)(1) Safe operation. (l)(1)(i) The employer shall ensure that each powered industrial truck operator is competent to operate a powered industrial truck safely, as demonstrated by the successful completion of the training and evaluation specified in this paragraph (l).
(l)(1)(ii) Prior to permitting an employee to operate a powered industrial truck (except for training purposes), the employer shall ensure that each operator has successfully completed the training required by this paragraph (l) …
(l)(2) Training program implementation. (l)(2)(i) Trainees may operate a powered industrial truck only:
(l)(2)(i)(A) Under the direct supervision of persons who have the knowledge, training, and experience to train operators and evaluate their competence; and
(l)(2)(i)(B) Where such operation does not endanger the trainee or other employees.
(l)(2)(ii) Training shall consist of a combination of formal instruction (e.g., lecture, discussion, interactive computer learning, video tape, written material), practical training (demonstrations performed by the trainer and practical exercises performed by the trainee), and evaluation of the operator's performance in the workplace.
(l)(2)(iii) All operator training and evaluation shall be conducted by persons who have the knowledge, training, and experience to train powered industrial truck operators and evaluate their competence.
The most recent updates in OSHA Forklift Safety Training are in the Final Rule March 1, 1999. These provisions mandate a training program that bases amount and type of training required on:
· the operator’s prior knowledge and skill
· the types of powered industrial trucks the operator will operate in the workplace
· the hazards present in the workplace
· and the operator’s demonstrated ability to operate a powered industrial truck safely
Refresher training is required if:
· the operator is involved in an accident or a near-miss incident
· the operator has been observed operating the vehicle in an unsafe manner
· the operator has been determined during an evaluation to need additional training
· there are changes in the workplace that could affect safe operation of the truck
· or the operator is assigned to operate a different type of truck
Evaluations of each operator’s performance are required:
· as part of the initial and refresher training
· and at least once every three years
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