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This program reviews the requirements for operating a forklift safely. From pre-trip inspection requirements through refueling, it educates viewers on the many kinds of awareness needed to operate a forklift truck properly.
This program teaches viewers what they need to know to become professional lift truck operators. It covers the following other important aspects of forklifts: classifications; the functions of the various parts of a forklift; maximum load weights; load center; and lift weight.
This video provides a step-by-step checklist for conducting both a physical/exterior and Operational inspection, including all parts and systems.
Current Regulations require that lift trucks be inspected at least once a day. This video will teach viewers how to conduct pre-operation inspection of a lift truck powered by an internal combustion engine, as well as the proper techniques for starting and refueling.
This program focuses on the personal responsibility of the operator and stresses the joint efforts of both employer and employee to ensure safe operation of the forklift truck.
The program uses a combination of warehouse footage and informative graphics to explain the basic types and principles of counterbalanced forklift trucks.
Issues concerning the stability triangle and load balance are addressed using 3D graphics and animation. Safety Issues concerning battery and LPG power sources are addressed and a variety of inspection and operational procedures are explained including: pre-start safety checks, recharging and refueling hazards, dock safety, safe driving techniques, and working around other employees.
This video shows operators how to avoid a lift truck accident. It covers step-by-step procedures for safely picking up a load, driving with a load, setting a load down, and parking.
This program uses a combination of warehouse footage and informative graphics to explain the basic types and principles of powered pallet movers. Powered industrial vehicle training requirements are outlined including new hire and refresher training requirements. Issues concerning the stability triangle and load balance are addressed using 3D graphics and animation.
This program outlines and explains the hazards of forklift operation. It details the reasons why forklifts can become unstable and tip over. It examines ramp and loading dock accidents as well as hazards that pose a threat to the safety of pedestrians.
Forklift accidents account for thousands of injuries each year — many of them serious and too many of them fatal. The big cause of these injuries is lack of stability — more specifically, tip-over.