OSHA Required Powered Industrial Truck Training
Shoppa’s Material Handling is offering the required safety training courses. This comprehensive menu of services is available to your company in several different course options. All of the options below meet and exceed the OSHA standard and will aide in providing operator productivity results.
This four hour course is scheduled to accommodate your employees during normal working hours. The course will be specifically geared to train the students on the equipment presently being used at your company. Upon passing the course, the employees will receive a wallet sized certification. This course is offered the second Tuesday of every month at the Fort Worth location and by appointment at your facility.
This option allows your managers to become a certified trainer. Once certified, this person would be responsible for the forklift safety training of your employees. The course can be completed in a five hours at the Fort Worth location. Upon completion of the course, certification will be issued along with a complete training kit. The kit includes a program binder, video tapes and five work books with wallet card certifications.
This training prepares an individual to understand the hazards involved in working on scissor lifts and aerial equipment. All training conducted meets all applicable OSHA standards.
Documentation of all course performance and attendance are supplied for your records. Completion certificates and licenses are supplied for your distribution upon completion of hands on evaluation at your facility, as required by law.
All industrial powered truck operators must be certified to legally operate the equipment. Re-certification is required every three years. It is important to check to see if your current operators are still in compliance.
To secure space for your operator at a safety training class, contact Shoppa’s today. Pre-registration is required. Payment must be made via an open account by PO number, company check or credit card in advance. All attendees should be corporately sponsored by their employer.