Safety Training

ACT SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAMS MEET AND EXCEED OSHA STANDARDS.

Who is responsible for the safe operation of your facility?

The employer is responsible. This means that to reduce the health and safety risk involved in day to day operations, the employer should do everything in their power to provide their employees with a safe work environment reasonably free of any hazard to their health and safety.

How do you provide a safe work environment?

Go above and beyond required training for operating forklifts, aerial work platforms and electric powered hand trucks to arm your employees with the knowledge and skills needed to safely do their work, protecting themselves and others around them. Contact Atlantic Coast ToyotaLift today to have a conversation on how you can lower your risk of costly OSHA fines and avoidable incidents at your facility by training your workforce to be safe and productive.

How many forklift accidents occur each year?

There are roughly 85 forklift deaths and 34,900 serious injuries each year due to forklift accidents (data from 2007), according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). 42% of the forklift fatalities are caused by forklift drivers being crushed by a lift truck that tips over.

How many American workers are seriously injured in forklift accidents each year?

Nearly 100 workers are killed, and 95,000 injured every year, while operating forklifts. Most fatalities occur when a forklift tips over.

85

Average forklift deaths each year

34,900

Serious injuries each year due to forklift accidents

42%

Fatalities are caused by forklift crushing lift truck driver.

$38,000

Average cost of a work related injury.

Customized Training Programs are available for any type of equipment.

OSHA Forklift Operator Safety Classes and Training
  • All Training paperwork must be dated after January 2017 to be in compliance with OSHA according to Regulation 1910.178 (I).
  • Operators must be Trained and Authorized by their Employer.
  • Trainers must have knowledge, training and experience.
Regulations from OSHA 1910.178
  • Training must be Company, Application and Equipment specific.
  • Different classes of equipment require specific training.
  • All operators must receive refresher training after every three years.
  • Watching a video and taking a test is NOT approved training.
  • Training records must include all information required by OSHA
  • If your document is not complete, you are not OSHA compliant.

Train-the-trainer for CL I, IV and V (Counterbalanced)

$850 per class

CL II (Narrow Aisle). Includes 1 Training Kit

Each additional Trainer from same company in same class

$600 ea. person

Operator Safety Training, 2 person minimum

$150 ea. person

Operator Safety Training, CL I, IV and V or CL II (Max 10)

$850 per class

Electric Pallet Jack Safety Training at customer facility (Max 10)

$600 per class

Hands-on training for all equipment must be done by the trainer or the customer.

Aerial Work Platform Training

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  • Operator Safety Training Kits are available for all 3 types of powered industrial equipment
  • Training can be completed at ACT facility, or customer location.
  • If training is at the customer's location, a one time zone charge for each training day will be added.

(All Operator Safety Training kits are available in English or Spanish)

**Checks, Credit Card Payments or Purchase Order billing is accepted

Contact Gerald Wood at 1-336-803-0390

E-Mail: gwood@actforklift.com


***ALL TRAINING PRICES ARE FOR REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS***

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TRAINING FAQS

A: Any employee that operates a powered industrial truck must be trained.

A: No. An evaluation of each powered industrial truck operator's performance is required to be conducted after initial training, after refresher training, and at least once every three years.

Referesher training in relevant topics is necessary when the operator has been involved in an accident or near-miss incident.

The standard requires refresher training every 3 years, or when any of the below occurs

The operator has been observed to operate the vehicle in an unsafe manner.

The operator has been involved in an accident or near-miss accident.

The operator has received an evaluation that reveals that the operator is not operating the truck safely.

The operator is assigned to drive a different type of truck.

A condition in the workplace changes in a manner that could affect safety operation of the truck.

A: Our forklift training classes certify operators for Classes 1,4 and 5(Counterbalanced), Class 2 (Narrow Aisle) forklifts, Class 3(Motorized Hand Trucks) and Aerial Work Platforms.

A: No. The OSHA standard does not require employees to be licensed. An employer may choose to issue licenses to trained operators.

A: Yes, powered hand trucks require operator training which we offer for this equipment.