FORKLIFT & CRANE SAFETY
Raise forklift and crane safety standards to new heights. We have loads of titles to choose from.
Industrial counterbalance lift trucks are the forklifts that do most of the materials handling work in industrial facilities today. They get these tasks done quickly and efficiently, but they can also be dangerous… killing more than 100 workers and injuring thousands more every year.
OSHA Forklift Safety Standards (1910.178) requires operators complete mandatory safety training before operating forklifts. This compliance package includes Forklift Basics: Safe From The Start and Forklift Maneuvers: All The Right Moves, ten employee handbooks that correspond to each program and a Compliance Guide.
OSHA Standard 1910.178 on powered industrial truck safety also includes safety requirements for powered low-lift trucks. Make sure your workers are safe and compliant when working with their “walkies” and “walkie/riders.”
When a job demands that workers go "above and beyond," aerial lifts can make the job a lot easier. Ensure workers in your organization understand both how to operate safely and the dangers resulting from working with and around aerial lifts.
Review the various types of scissor lifts, and ensure employees are aware of the hazards that are associated with these lifts, and give them the information required to work safely whether they're using a lift or working around one.
Driving a forklift is not like driving a car. Give your safety meetings and your forklift drivers a refresher lesson on forklift safety and operation. This course shows important safety steps in the daily operation of forklifts and other powered industrial trucks.
Review the most important forklift safety issues from operating conditions to load manipulation. With this important training, your drivers will be equipped to operate forklifts safely and avoid accidents. Help your workplace comply with OSHA’s forklift safety standard (OSHA 1910.178).
Help your organization comply with OSHA’s revised Cranes in Construction Standard 29CFR1926 Subpart CC. This training focuses on vital information on the different types of cranes used in construction, the roles and responsibilities of crew members and hazards associated with working with and around cranes.
Bucket trucks make jobs at high elevations easier, but if they're not operated safely major accidents can occur. Train all of your truck operators on life-saving safety tips to ensure safe operation of this highly efficient, highly hazardous piece of machinery.
In an effort to decrease the staggering number of injuries and fatalities, OSHA established a Powered Industrial Trucks Standard (1910.178). This forklift training resource demonstrates how to secure the platform and the load, explains safe forklift speeds and turning, and details how to work safely around forklifts and pallet trucks.
Perhaps nothing emphasizes the significance of this new program better than the beginning of the DVD: "This training program presents re-enactments of four actual accidents which occurred on or around forklifts and walkies. Your life may depend on learning from the mistakes of these victims." Ideal for training and re-training.