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Operator Training and Certification is essential for a safe, and secure work environment, and is required by OSHA regulations. Operator training courses improves plant and operator safety, reduces the maintenance costs incurred at your facility, and the operators will run more efficiently improving productivity and reducing product damage. Properly educating forklift operators may also reduce insurance costs.

Our Operator Training:

  • Meets OSHA and ANSI Requirements
  • Improves Plant & Operator Safety
  • Reduces Product Damage
  • Improves Operator Productivity
  • May Reduce Insurance Costs
  • Programs Tailored for Specific Models
  • Classroom Instruction available Live or online

MEWP & Forklift There are over 850,000 Forklifts operating in the US. Nearly 1 in 10 will be in an accident. 85 will be fatal, and 34000 will be serious injuries

Call 616.455.2376 or Contact Us today about operator training.

Frequently Asked Questions about Operator Training

Who should attend operator training?

  • Forklift Operators
  • MEWP/Aerial Lift Operators
  • Electric Pallet Jack Operators
  • Warehouse Supervisors
  • Plant Managers
  • Distribution Managers

OSHA requirements for operator training

  • Classes are required by law
  • Operators must receive both hands-on and formal (classroom) training by a qualified instructor
  • The must receive hands on training with the specific forklifts and MEWPS they will be using.
  • Operators require a refresher training course every 3 years

What does OSHA consider a Powered Industrial Truck?

  • Sit Down Rider (classes I, IV, V, electric and internal combustion engine)
  • Narrow Aisle (class II, electric, order picker, reach truck and stand-up rider)
  • Powered Pallet Truck (class III)
  • Tuggers (class VI)
  • Rough Terrain (class VII)