Forklift Training Programs
Companies that have forklifts on-site must set up a machine specific program designed to train employees on proper operating procedures. This program must include a classroom training session, a written exam, and a driving practical. Employees who do not complete this training should under no circumstances be permitted to operate a forklift. ERS will ensure that the required training regimen is completed with company employees who use or could potentially use a forklift.
ERS will provide your company with the following:
- Employee training
- Driver evaluations
- Equipment inspections
All forklift operators at a company must be in compliance with the new OSHA safety training regulation 29 CFR 1910.178. If not, the company may be subject to expensive fines and possible denial of insurance coverage for forklift accidents.
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Are You Looking For Forklift Certification In PA?
A reliable forklift is one of the most widely used tools in any operation. From construction sites to factories; from warehouses to automotive repair facilities, everyone needs a forklift and a forklift driver who knows how to use it safely and effectively. Although a forklift may seem like a fairly mundane piece of equipment, forklift accidents can easily result in expensive damage, loss of product, injuries, or even death. Not only that, but OSHA inspectors will be looking closely at your forklift fleet and the people who drive it. If they find any forklift safety concerns, you may end up being shut down while you get up to code, meaning lost revenue and plenty of other headaches. Depending on the severity of your forklift certification infractions, they may even be able to levy hefty fines or bring criminal charges against you. That’s why forklift safety should be a critical concern for business owners in Delaware, Bucks County, and all over the country. Forklift operator training can help ensure that proper safety procedures are being followed and that every forklift driver knows about the safe operation of their equipment.
Companies that have forklifts on-site must set up a machine specific forklift training program designed to train employees on proper operating procedures. This program must include a classroom forklift safety training session, a written exam, and a driving practical. Employees who do not complete this forklift operator training should under no circumstances be permitted to operate a forklift. Allowing an unqualified operator to drive a forklift in your facility could cause a serious accident that results in injury, death, or costly damage. OSHA forklift certification and training from Environmental Risk Services will ensure that required forklift certification training regimen is completed with company employees who use or who could potentially use a forklift.Additional Information