Forklift Training in Clare , Limerick, Tipperary, Galway and surrounding areas.
Clive Kelly is an RTITB trained Forklift Instructor. We also carry our new entrant and refresher training as per HSA requirements.
Why do Forklift Training?
The consequences of not getting your forklift training up to date can be very serious. It can lead to down time in production, financial cost, injury to staff and the possibility of personal injury insurance claims. For example, many accidents are caused because people think that a forklift is easy to operate but statistics show that this is not the case and many accidents and fatalities have been caused by the incorrect understanding and use of controls. Our trainers understand the risks and can guide your staff to use the forklifts in a safe and proper manner.
The Safety, health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 places a duty on every employer to ensure so far as is reasonably practicable the safety, health and welfare at work of all their employees which includes provision of the appropriate information, instruction, training and supervision.
Please note that machinery for all courses is provided by the trainee on the trainee’s premises.
At the end of the training course participants should have the ability to operate safely and know the capability of a counter balance Forklift, to assess tasks, and operate in a fashion that will:
- Not harm him or herself or any one else
- Not damage any material, structure or vehicles he or she may come in contact with
- Be able to conduct a pre-shift check on a counter balance forklift and report any defect found
- Safety responsibilities of an operator
- Pre-shift inspection of a forklift truck
- Forklift Stability
- Battery care for battery powered or refuelling for diesel or gas powered
- Safe operation of a forklift truck:
– Load handling
– Racking systems
– Irregular loads
– Vehicle loading
– Weight assessment
– Theory and practical assessment
We also offer a motorised pallet truck training course.