Certified Onsite Forklift Training For OSHA Compliance
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WORKER FATALITIES 4,821 workers died on the job in 2014
3/12/2016 IN: Joseph Klein fatally shot during store robbery.
3/16/2016 NE: Jason Weston killed after becoming entangled in grain bin auger.
3/19/2016 IA: Arturo Castor-Cavanzon asphyxiated in oxygen deficient atmosphere of storage tank.
3/22/2016 GA: Carolyn Robinson-Mangham died after becoming trapped inside walk-in freezer.
3/23/2016 IN: Robert Samples fatally crushed by scrap metal bailer.
3/29/2016 NJ: Clifford Michael LeMay killed in fall from roof.
4/5/2016 IL: Vincente Santoyo struck and killed by falling beam during bridge demolition.
4/8/2016 TX: Ryan Peterson killed in fall through opening in floor of apartment building under construction.
4/12/2016 VA: Charles Cooper died after falling into vat of boiling water and oil.
4/12/2016 TX: Dennis Henneke and Jesus Gonzalez Jr. killed in gas pipeline explosion.
4/18/2016 WI: Carlos Puentes killed in fall from roof after being struck by lightning.
4/20/2016 IA: Roger Purk killed when arm became caught in slaughterhouse hide removing machinery.
Certified Onsite Forklift Training For OSHA Compliance.
Get forklift certified at your facility, using your equipment by our certified instructors in complete compliance with federal and state OSHA requirements! Call Today 714-520-1608
Find out more details about our two main courses including minimum requirements, course options and costs and answers to some common questions about our courses:
• LF Forklift Licence (Licence to operate a forklift truck) – this licence allows you to use the most common types of forklift truck including high reach forklifts.
• LO Order Picker Forklift Licence (License to operate an order picker forklift truck) – this is the licence you will need to operate an order picker forklift.
The class is approximately four 1.5 hours long including classroom video training with a written test & hands-on driving. Hands-on driving will be performed using the customer’s equipment, in their actual work environment.