Forklift & Aerial Lift Operator Training and Safety in Norfolk, VA

Operator training to avoid accidentsOperator Training is Essential – Don’t Put Your Team or Equipment at Risk!

Let Atlantic Lift Systems be your guide for all your forklift & aerial lift operator training and safety needs.

A well trained workforce is the key to preventing accidents. Staying informed is the first step. Did you know that as an operator of powered industrial trucks and lifts, one must be fully trained and employer certified as required in recent ANSI federal regulation? As part of the regulation, truck operators are required to complete formal classroom training, practical hands-on training and an evaluation. Employers like you need an effective and comprehensive training program. For more information or assistance in developing a training program, contact the Atlantic Lift Systems forklift & aerial lift operator training and safety  specialists in Norfolk, Virginia for a free consultation.

OSHA Guidelines (1910.178) require Safety Training for all forklift & aerial lift Operators by a trained, knowledgeable, and experienced trainer. Classroom and hands-on training is required. The employer must certify that operators have been trained and evaluated and maintain records to verify the training. Re-evaluation must be done at least every three years. Refresher/remedial training must be conducted after a near miss, an accident, or if unsafe operation has been observed. Visit OSHA online here.

We can help you meet and exceed OSHA standard 1910.178 by offering specialized and comprehensive training materials and programs. We provide Forklift & Aerial Lift Operator Training and Safety Programs and include the following subjects:

Operator Training is OSHA requirement

  • OSHA regulations
  • Truck specifications
  • Warnings and precautions
  • Controls and instrumentation
  • Capacity and stability
  • Steering and maneuvering
  • Operating limitations
  • Accessories
  • Surface conditions
  • Load conditions
  • Load compositions
  • Material handling
  • Common accidents
  • Truck inspections
  • Pedestrian traffic
  • Hazards and classifications
  • Ramps and slopes
  • Personal protection