Powered Industrial Trucks, Parts 1-7 (IACET CEU=0.1)

Using powered industrial trucks, such as forklifts, safely enables operators to lift, carry, stack, push or pull materials that are too large or cumbersome to move by hand. Whether you are an operator or someone who manages operators, this series of courses will help you understand some basic safety principles that will lay the foundation for hands-on training about the specific equipment and hazards at your workplace. You are required to complete all courses and pass all assessments within this suite in order to receive the stated CEU Credits.

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Course Objectives:

  • Know what a powered industrial truck is; Classify types of powered industrial trucks; Recall how power sources affect which powered industrial truck to choose for different jobs; Use data plates and markings to find information about a truck, including its weight and lifting capacity; Know how to ensure that an operator is ready to operate a powered industrial truck; Know how to evaluate five key pre-operation inspection points; Recall what is included in an operational inspection; Know what happens during truck maintenance and inspection follow-up; Recall general safety procedures to take when refueling, changing and charging batteries; Know about the factors that influence the stability and safety of powered industrial trucks; Know what operators should do if their powered industrial trucks tips over; Recall how to pick up, handle and place loads; Recall safe practices for operating powered industrial trucks at loading dock areas
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