Forklift Training Wichita, KS
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You receive an excellent classroom-like presentation when you work with ROI Safety Services. Our consultants also offer hands-on exercises to ensure everyone understands the forklift training. Wichita, KS, companies can learn about:
- Combined actions
- Operating hazards
- Stability triangle
- Pre-operation inspections
- Unloading and loading
- Safely operating a lift truck
- Railroad tracks and ramps
- Propane refueling
- Unattended forklift trucks
Our forklift training often takes two hours to complete, though this will vary based on your specific needs.
Before we begin training, we talk to the employers to ensure prospective operators have read the operator’s manual and understand the equipment’s controls. There should also be supervision when learning to use the forklift!
We do offer basic overviews of the operation and control of forklifts. However, it’s best that the team already knows this information before forklift training. Wichita, KS employees will learn to be responsible for their equipment, what they should be doing, the proper safety protocols involved, and understand how to be around such machinery.
When your forklift driver completes our course and passes, they’ll receive a Powered Industrial Truck Certification card, valid for three years.
Can We Train Multiple People Simultaneously?
Most company owners have multiple people available as forklift operators, so it’s crucial to get training that meets your needs. Our trainers can work with any size group, so there’s no fear. Whether there’s one newbie who requires forklift education or 100 employees to help simultaneously, we can handle it all.
Our forklift training in Wichita, KS, includes:
- Pre-shift inspections
- Driving and written tests
- Brake systems
- Battery and propane safety
- Data plates
- Load centers
- Operator responsibilities and environments
- Fundamentals of safe operation
- Characteristics of forklifts
- OSHA requirements
Does Your Team Require the Best Forklift Training Wichita, KS, Has to Offer?
You might wonder if you need forklift training courses in Wichita, KS. Isn’t it easy to read a manual and then follow the directions for operation? Generally, yes. However, OSHA requires operators to be trained and certified (29 CFR 1910.178), with renewable licenses every three years.
If your operators don’t have a valid certification, OSHA will impose penalties on your company. They could be anywhere from $7,000 to $70,000, and no one wants to deal with those.
Did you know that there are 100,000 forklift-related injuries annually in the US? Roughly 100 people lose their lives each year. It’s clearly worth it to seek forklift training for your team!
Choose ROI Safety Services for Certification
Your employees must be appropriately trained whether you utilize a Class II or Class III vehicle. In most cases, your team won’t need to get refresher training unless:
- The operator now drives a different truck class.
- The driver’s evaluation says that they’re not driving safely.
- There have been accidents or near-miss issues.
- It’s been three years since the driver was certified.
We know it can be hard to keep track of this information, so we can help you determine what you need. We offer Wichita, Kansas employers the best forklift training available to them. Please call us at (714) 520-1608 or use the online form to start today!