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Powered Industrial Truck (PIT/Forklift) Operator Training With Superior Attachment

 

Forklift Operator Training and certification

 

“Train the Trainer” Instructor Certification for Powered Industrial Truck

 

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PIT (Powered Industrial Truck) attachment training and certification.

 

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Powered Industrial Truck (PIT/Forklift) Operator Training With Superior Attachment

 

Forklift operator training with attachment specific focus delivered at your site, using your equipment. Our ‘site-specific’ training consists of a combination of formal instructions (e.g. lecture, discussion and written material); a written test; practical training (demonstrations performed by the trainer and exercises performed by the trainee); and evaluation of the operator’s performance in the workplace.

The 4-hour class includes a visual presentation and discussion on Powered Industrial Truck and workplace related topics covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1910.178, review of the Operator Manual, a Pre-Shift Inspection and Operator evaluation. During the practical, the trainees complete a Pre-Shift as a group to ensure operators know how to complete the required task. A series of operational functionality tasks is outlined for each operator as they are evaluated. Attachment specific practices are included.

Upon completion, the operator is issued an AWPI identification card - valid for three years. The training meets or exceeds the standards outlined by OSHA standards 29CFR.1910.178.

“Train the Trainer” Instructor Certification for Powered Industrial Truck 

(Forklift) Instructor with Attachment

 

Delivered at your site, using your equipment, our ‘site-specific’ training consists of a combination of

Formal instruction (e.g., lecture, discussion and written material), Practical training (demonstrations

performed by the trainer and exercises performed by the trainee), and Evaluation of the operator’s

performance in the workplace. Attachment specific requirements, functions and operation are a specific

focus of the training.

Proposed is a one-day class on becoming a “Qualified” Trainer. A qualified person is one who, by

possession of a recognized degree, certificate, or professional standing, or by extensive knowledge,

training, and experience, has successfully demonstrated his/her ability to solve or resolve problems

related to the subject matter, the work, or the project.

Following is a suggested list of attributes a trainer will need in order to successfully educate operators:

Skills and Knowledge

• Must know the rules, regulations and standards

• Needs to have knowledge of the equipment, the operator safety manual, warning decals and

placards

• Possesses awareness of potential hazards and the means to protect against identified hazards

• Be able to identify and avoid potential workplace hazards

• Knows the consequences of improper use and application of the equipment

• Has a good safety record that is based on consistent implementation of the rules

Communication:

• Possesses good communication and presentation skills when speaking with groups or individuals

• Knows and understands the teaching methods and learning styles of adult learners

• Be able to obtain acknowledgement from the operator that he/she can implement the training

• Has the ability to deliver training in a manner and language appropriate to ensure understanding

by the audience

 

Qualities:

• Possesses a concern for the welfare of others so trainers can serve as a safety advocate

• Be intuitive and perceptive with people, i.e. can ‘read’ the audience

• Works in a confident and honest manner with people

Materials included:

• Training CD

• Booklet including OSHA regulations and Safe driving instructions

• Stability model

• Written test documentation (forms to be filled out by Trainer)

• Practical documentation (forms to be filled out by Trainer)

Upon completion, the operator is issued an AWPI identification card and diploma - valid for

three years. The training meets or exceeds the standards outlined by OSHA standards

29CFR.1910.178.

All training will be performed by a third party that specializes in training compliant with OSHA requirements that are outlined in the following link https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/regulations/standardnumber/1910/1910.178#1910.178(l

Their site is www.areaworkplatform.com