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Forklift Operator Training

OSHA regulations state, effective December 1, 1999, all employers whose workers operate lift trucks must implement an operator driver safety program. The training and evaluation of employees hired after December 1, 1999 must be completed before the employee is assigned to operate a powered industrial lift truck. Operators are also to be re-certified every three years.

Who should attend forklift operator training classes?

  • Forklift Operators
  • Warehouse Supervisors
  • Plant Managers
  • Distribution Managers
  • Anyone who may operate a lift truck

Why you should be certified or have your operators certified

  • It is the LAW
  • Reduce your insurance premiums
  • Save on lift truck maintenance costs from damage & abuse
  • Insure yours or your employees safety
  • Course qualifies as required Comp Safety meeting
  • Cut down on product damage & warehouse accidents         

All Lift Service Company offers site specific forklift truck operator training. On-Site or in our Classroom.Uniquely designed classes are tailored to each customer’s specific needs to meet current OSHA requirements for forklift truck operator training.

Our trainer has over 20 years experience providing forklift truck operator training courses. His training includes Instructor’s Class conducted by Clark and Portman Equipment in 1986. His training has been certified by the Industrial Commission of Ohio Division of Safety and Hygiene, Ohio Center for Occupational Safety & Health on 11/30/1988. 

Each training program will consist of a classroom presentation, written test and driving test. Upon completion, a portfolio containing Test Results,Certificates and Licenses for each driver will be presented for your records.

Contact us for questions or to schedule training for your operators.

March 18, 2015 – A new report generated by OSHA highlights the real costs associated with on the job injuries, who pays them and how this impacts the employee and taxpayers.

Whether an employee is working on a high-rise building or driving a forklift, employers have the responsibility, and what we feel is an obligation to protect their employees from injury. By investing in training and safety, employers get fewer injuries, lower costs, more productivity and an improved satisfaction which often leads to less turn over. But all companies do not feel that way. Many are finding ways to avoid responsibility for providing safe working conditions for their most dangerous jobs.

Read the Executive Summary

Download the full report

Download Our Free Safety Posters 

Creating awareness about the presence of pedestrians and forklifts at all times can help create a safer work environment for all your employees and visitors. Feel free to print and share as many as you like. Of course, if you need training assistance, please Contact  Us.

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All Lift’s Daily Forklift Inspection Forms

Daily forklift inspections aren’t only required by OSHA, they’re a great idea to catch small maintenance issues before they blossom into giant repair headaches. Download our free forklift inspection forms (created using OSHA’s guides), copy and use as needed. If you find a repair is needed, be sure to lock out the unit so that it can not be put into service and call our Service Department at 877-303-5438.

Daily IC Forklift Inspection Form

Daily Electric Forklift Inspection Form

Forklift Operator Experience Questionnaire
Before you hire and train a forklift operator,  it’s very important to understand his or her level of experience, what equipment they have operated and for what period of time. Has he or she had any accidents, what was the nature, did refresher training occur?
This form helps walk you through the process of deciding whether you are hiring a safe operator and how much ( if any) training is needed.  Download the questionnaire…

OSHA Aerial Lift Fact Sheet

This fact sheet, produced by OSHA provides you and your aerial lift operators with what you need to know before you operate aerial lifts. 

Knowing what to do before you board and aerial lift, what you need to know when you are operating it, and why is key to providing you and your employees with proper safety measures to keep them, and every one working around an aerial lift, safe.

Download the free OSHA Aerial Lift Fact Sheet.

Forklift safety is every operator’s most important job. According to OSHA, one in 15 forklift-related accidents is caused by improper maintenance. A thorough pre-shift inspection can identify maintenance problems before they cause an accident.
Safety begins with knowing as much as possible about each forklift model so it’s extremely important to read and fully understand the operator’s manual before operating the forklift.

See CLARK’s Forklift Pre-Shift Inspection Video

All Lift Service Company
4607 Hamann Parkway
Willoughby, Ohio 44094

Phone: 440.585.1542
Fax: 440.585.1990
Toll Free: 877.303.LIFT


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