Construction Safety Training Stand-up Forklift

Stand-up Forklift

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Description

This course presents material on the safe operation of powered industrial trucks, also known as fork trucks, lift trucks or forklifts. Among material handling equipment, none are as common as the forklift.

 

Course Objectives

This course presents material on the safe operation of powered industrial trucks, also known as fork trucks, lift trucks or forklifts. Among material handling equipment, none are as common as the forklift.

 

Topics Covered

PROGRAM OUTLINEBasic of Job Safety- Arrive at work rested and alert so you can give your full attention to the job.- Alcohol and drug use is prohibited. Violation can result in termination. Let your supervisor know if you are on prescribed medications.Equipment Safety- Before operating any type of equipment, you must be trained and given authorization.- Equipment with moving mechanical parts requires machine guarding.- Only authorized personnel are permitted to remove guarding for repair or maintenance.- Make sure all guards are properly placed before turning on the equipment.- Know the location of all emergency stop buttons and lockout procedures.- Machine operator has the responsibility to clear area before starting the equipment.- Do not leave a machine unattended if it is turned on.- If the equipment is malfunctioning, notify the supervisor immediately.Electrical Safety- Never use electrical tools or equipment near water.- Notify your supervisor of hazards such as damaged electrical switches, plugs, cords, receptacles or tools.- A broken ground prong could result in an injury.- A tool must indicate 'double insulated' and have a third prong or ground plug.Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)- Follow company procedures on proper PPE to be worn for a specific job.- Eye protection can be safety glasses, goggles, chemical and face shields.Proper Clothing- Do not wear torn or loose-fitting clothing around machinery.- Put long hair in a net or cap or keep it tied back.- Wear the proper gloves to protect hands from rough or sharp edges.Chemical Safety- Wear proper protective clothing and eye protection when working with chemicals.- Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are available for reference on each chemical or hazardous material.- Before beginning use of a chemical, check with supervision if you have any questions.Fire Prevention- Aisles, corridors and walkways should have at least a 44-inch clearance.- There should be an 18-inch clearance below sprinkler heads.- Electrical panels, transformers or switchgears must have clear access within 3 feet around them.- Know where fire extinguishers are located and how to operate them.- Know where the exits are located.- Follow the emergency procedure plan for your area. Ladder Safety- Do not use chairs, boxes or makeshift platforms to climb on.- Do not use a broken or defective ladder.- Do not stand on the top two steps of a ladder. This can overextend the center of gravity and the ladder could easily tip over.- Do not jump off ladders or platforms.Slips and Falls- Be careful where you are walking and look out for potential hazards.- Use only authorized walkways and aisles.- Always hold the handrail when using stairs.How to Prevent Back Injuries- Most back injuries are the result of improper lifting.- When lifting, get a good grip, bend your legs and use your leg muscles to lift the load, not your back muscles.- If you can't bend your legs, use one hand to provide additional support for your back or use your legs as a brace for support.- Prevent strains by not stretching when lifting.- Never twist your body when lifting.- Report injuries to your supervisor immediately.Safe Awareness- Safety is good common sense and awareness. Take time for safety.

 

Prerequisites

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Subject Matter Expert

Michael Millsap - Mike has over 20 years experience in Environmental Health and Safety and is currently a certified Outreach Training Instructor with 360training.com.

 

End of Course Instructions

Congratulations on completing your course, you may now print your certificate of completion.

 

Quiz Information

No Quizzes

 

Exams

The final exam consists of 10 questions and must be passed with 70% to receive your certificate of completion.

 

Additional Information

None

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