Comprehensive Operator Safety Training (3 1/2 - 5 hours with “hands-on” testing) is an OSHA requirement every (3) years, Refresher Operator Safety Training (1 hour with ”hands-on”) is recommended yearly.
"Only drivers authorized by the
employer and trained in the safe
operation of industrial trucks or
industrial tow tractors shall be
permitted to operate such vehicles.
Methods shall be devised to train
operators in the safe operation of
Industrial Forklifts • RT & Telehandlers • Skid Steers • Backhoes • Mini & Compact Excavators • Aerial Booms & Scissors
Requires every employer regardless of size or
industry to provide safety training specific to
the employees job assignment. This means
training at your facility specifically with your
material handling equipment.
OSHA Regulation: 1910.67(c)(2)(i):
“Only trained persons shall operate an aerial powered Lift”
For more than 30 years, Forklift Aerial Safety has provided forklift and aerial equipment safety training services that top companies have used to help their equipment operators stay certified and "Safety Aware"'.
It's good for your business. Well trained "Safety Aware" Operators will affect your bottom line.
• You will see lower maintenance costs, higher productivity and safer drivers
• Safety conscious drivers reduce damage to goods, trucks, plant and equipment
• There are possible insurance savings and potential lower liability exposure
• Safer working environment, Heightened concern for quality, equipment and safety
• Knowledge that you comply and meet OSHA and SB198 Operator Safety Requirements
We will help you comply with OSHA and Cal-OSHA Safety Training Requirements and develop “Safety Aware” operators and drivers:
• Classes at your facility or Jobsite • Instructors “Master Trainer” Certified
• Timed for your busy schedule • Before or After Hours – Weekends
• A.V. and Classroom Discussion • Meets OSHA and SB198 Requirements
• Spanish and English Materials • Certificates for successful completion
• Competitive pricing structure • Train-The-Trainer courses available
It's just good common sense.
Everyone wants to be in a safe work environment and free from injuries and or deaths, for overall workplace well being and motivated employees. It is also something to be proud of to practice safety successfully when working in high risk workplaces that use heavy machinery and to have a good safety record.