Pallet truck training, the main objective of industrial low lift truck training certification course is to give employees a general understanding of how to safely and efficiently operate a Low Industrial Pallet Truck. Pallet truck training will show trainees how to identify specific health and safety hazards associated with the operation of a Low Industrial Pallet Truck. Customized for workplace illiteracy, reduces training by 50%.
We are lifting device specialists when it comes to onsite corporate safety training, Which means we can also offer you additional certified courses in manlift training and training for overhead cranes and lift truck training. If your company has more then just hand trucks, let us know at the time of booking so we can package these safety couses together for you.
Pallet Truck Training Outline:
Low Lift Truck Certification Time Frame?
Theory training takes approximately two hours. We can schedule whatever day, night or weekend is convenient for you
Objective of the industrial low lift truck evaluation
All drivers must have successfully completed the safe and efficient operation of a pallet truck in order to proceed to the evaluation. Every driver of a Low Industrial Lift Truck will be tested in how to safely and efficiently use their equipment. Whenever possible, this will be done during production hours.(This will allow for an evaluation under the conditions the drivers will be required to operate the machinery in. Upon successful completion of the program, participants will be “Certified” as a Low Industrial Pallet Truck Driver.
Duration Of Pallet Truck Evaluation
The average time to complete a “driver evaluation” is one-half hour, for experienced drivers. It is suggestion that “new” drivers be instructed for a minimum of four hours prior to being evaluated.
Where Do We Do Our Industrial Low Lift Training?
We will do hand pallet / rider truck training throughout Canada and the United States, we are proud to be serving our surrounding areas, Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Toronto, London, Kitchener, St. Catherines & Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Buffalo New York and Detroit Michigan U.S.
Headquarters - Hamilton, Toronto Area (Ontario, Canada)