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Course Description
The courses are designed to increase the knowledge and improve the operator’s ability to properly and safely operate powered industrial vehicles.

Course Prerequisites
Four Hour course is for experienced lift truck operators and must have equivalent working knowledge.

Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course each student will be able to operate and drive a powered industrial vehicle in accordance with safety rules and practices contained in the Industrial Lift Truck Operator book.

Four hours classroom instructions will re-emphasize the following:
• Principles of safe operation
• Stability factors
• Capabilities of the equipment and attachments
• Purpose, use and limitations of controls
• How to make daily checks of the vehicle and reporting of equipment defects
• Identifying malfunctioning equipment
• Relationship of proper maintenance to longevity
• Knowledge of Federal and State standards and rules

Four hours floor instructions and observation shall include:
• Practice in operating assigned vehicles through their functions
   necessary to perform the required job
• Conduct performance evaluations for lift truck operators
• This course is conducted in-plant utilizing existing equipment and
   material or at an off-site location simulating normal operator workplace conditions.

Intended Audience
Intended for lift truck operators, supervisors and operator employees in the material-handling department.

This is an 8-hour program for inexperienced and 4-hours for experienced. 

Student Enrollment
To ensure optimum instructor/trainee interaction, a maximum class size of 8 trainees is recommended.

Delivery Method
Course materials are presented via stand-up lectures, using a whiteboard, overhead transparencies, and handout material.
Fork truck vehicle for operator evaluation is to be provided by plant.

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Forklift Truck Operator 4 hour course
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