Telehandler Training and Certification On-Site

Course outline

  • Legal Responsibilities
  • Inspection and Maintenance 
  • Incidents and Accidents
  • Re Fueling
  • Knowing Your Machine
  • Hazzard Assessments 
  • Forklift Types
  • Hierarchy of Controls
  • Classifications
  • Rescue Plans
  • Attachments
  • PPE
  • Capacity and Stability
  • Pre-Inspection
  • Capacity Load Chart

Topics covered in this course include but not limited to:

This Telehandler Training and Certification course identifies the knowledge, practical skills and evaluation requirements needed by telehandler operators. The practical evaluation requires the telehandler operator to demonstrate competency skill level equal or greater to the industry accepted measurements. This Telehandler Zoom Boom Operator Training program is designed using the CSA B335-04 Safety Standard for Lift Trucks, the Ontario Regulation 851 for Industrial Establishments program is designed using the CSA B335-04 Safety Standard for Lift Trucks, the Ontario Regulation 851 for Industrial Establishments, and the Ontario Regulation 213/91 Construction Projects.

You must receive the proper Telehandler Training and Certification that includes both a theory course and hands-on practical training on the telehandler you will be using. You must read the operator’s manual and understand the safety signs on the machine. You must also understand the function and location of all safety devices and controls before using the machine.

Our certified trainers will train your operators at your location using the equipment they will be using everyday. Onsite training will consist of morning theory training followed by an exam. Afternoon will consist of practical evaluations. In order for an employee to become certified, both theory and evaluations must be completed and passed before you are certified to operate your specific machine.

So, what are the benefits to have AI Forklift Training come to your facility and train your employees on site?

  • No travel costs saving you time and money
  • Ability to train multiple employees at the same time
  • Employees are trained on the equipment they use everyday\


Training takes 4-5 hours of theory and practical evaluations depending on experience.

 

Course outline

  • Legal Responsibilities
  • Inspection and Maintenance 
  • Incidents and Accidents
  • Re Fueling
  • Knowing Your Machine
  • Hazzard Assessments 
  • Forklift Types
  • Hierarchy of Controls
  • Classifications
  • Rescue Plans
  • Attachments
  • PPE
  • Capacity and Stability
  • Pre-Inspection
  • Capacity Load Chart